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  • http://twitter.com/DianeSeidle Diane Seidle

    Jeff, I was just writing a column about Facebook to a group of late adopters. Thanks so much for this post. I will share it with all. -Diane Seidle

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks Diane for your comment and for sharing. You are awesome! :)

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  • http://www.facebook.com/leigh.grigaliunas Leigh Grigaliunas

    Thanks for another great post Jeff. I’m about to launch a family friendly employment website, so much of our core content like interview tips, employment stats and the like are pretty bland and don’t get heaps of FB love. We do throw in regular posts using images and humour though and one ended up with 60K reach just last week – http://on.fb.me/10w5ajE. Not bad for a page with an 8K fan base :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Salvatore-Thomas-Carbe/204800879 Salvatore Thomas Carbe’

    Good points Jeff! i would add a tip on point #5 for b2c companies – make sure if you are showing your Company on Faebook to let a pro photographer take your pics! On Facebook remarkable pics to The difference!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/comicram Ramzy Sweis

    I kept updating the date of my post to make it go 200+ but this loop-hole no longer exists.

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  • Robdog

    Hey How you doing…I’m new to this and I’d like to start some form of business online but am kinda green and don’t really have the true direction that’s needed. I keep trying to learn new things and it’s kinda overwhelming. My main trade was HVAC with 33 yrs into it. I got hurt and really cant work the trade no more so I’m kinda stuck on what to do! I enjoy your blog posts because you have an endless number of things I can learn from.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      A suggestion. Tap into your passion and start writing online about it. Take it from there and keep working on it. You may surprise yourself no matter what age you are!

  • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

    Thanks Estee. :)

  • http://www.nazito.com/ Nazito Naz

    Well-done Jeff. I don’t know about everyone else but for me it is pure gold. worth sharing it.

  • http://www.loveisamutt.com/ misschievous

    Image upload. Nice bait. People don’t usually read until something catches their attention. Since I don’t want to use blunt words on my post (blunt, explicit words usually rings the alarm), I use catchy pictures to lure them in. So when I use Colibri Tool in tracking my traffic, I can see that the facebook post has indeed compelled some clicks. Now, it’s the conversion that I am working on. I’ll try advertising on fb as you have suggested. Thanks!

  • Makemoneygal

    Nice tips here Jeff. You hear a lot about writing the perfect blog post. It’s nice to see a detailed guide on how to write the perfect Facebook post. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://twitter.com/saidBonnie Bonnie B

    Great copy and great photographs/imagery are a wonderful start. Thanks for the organized tips.

  • http://twitter.com/kirbyann_v kirby

    Thanks for the post! You make some solid points. I especially like the fact that you highlight that Facebook users are mostly logging on with their mobile device. People seem to discount that fact when they post on their accounts. I, personally, skim through my newsfeed so if your copy is more than 90 characters, there’s definitely a good chance I’m not consuming any of the information written on that particular post. Keeping just that one point in mind can significantly affect whether or not your audience is paying any attention to what your company has to say! Thanks again for the reminder!

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  • Susie QGuru

    Awesome job Jeff, and love the infographic, recommending it highly!

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  • http://www.koozai.com/author/ali-moghadam/ Ali Moghadam

    I’ll be sure to share this out – the quick, useful info is awesome (I like a long, detailed post as much as anyone else, but gimme the good stuff!).

    It’s all about images on FB – things aren’t all that shareable or interesting without them, especially from brands or businesses. In fact, even most images from brands and businesses aren’t usually particularly interesting and the ones with big budgets end up clogging news feeds.

    Small businesses with a stake in social need to make original, fun or provocative images to keep ahead. Easier said than done though! Time and budget can be a real pain sometimes!

  • sara

    I love the graphic, but I would like to see some examples of actual “perfect” facebook posts

    • Paolo_Sini

      Read @garyvee JJJGH book and you’ll find clear examples of perfect posts for Fb, Twitter, Pintetest