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  • http://warrenwhitlock.com/social-media-expert Warren Whitlock

    Seems to me that Facebook want you to get more LIKEs.. Using their ads :)

    Before running any promo, I’d consider how many could be reach if that budget went to awesome content and some ads

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  • WendyHJones

    Thanks for this Jeff. This is the most well laid out and reasoned article I have read on this subject. Very helpful.

  • Emeric

    Hey Katherine,

    You’re right, this is a good option for quick competitions. The example you give (personalized business cards printing) is a great one! Don’t forget to include rules and the usual Facebook disclaimer though.

    • Monica Montero Martin

      Is there a standard set of rules/disclaimer we post when doing this?

      • Emeric

        Hi @monicamonteromartin:disqus, yes, there is, yu still need to insert a link to your rules somewhere, and also to post the usual disclaimer stating that the promotion is not associated with Facebook, etc.

        You can see an example here: https://www.facebook.com/sixtrentacaruk/posts/655425441136462

    • http://printfirm.com/ Katherine Tattersfield

      Hi Emeric, I’m sorry, I didn’t realize you wrote the post and not Jeff. Gotta give credit where it’s due :)

  • http://www.mybusinesscentral.com.au/ Mybusinesscentral

    Wow!Really nice Post you have shared.This was a very pleasant post to read and very informative.

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  • https://twitter.com/SeoReseller Raj Mendar

    Hi Emeric, It is a great article.

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