Consistency is both the most important part of being successful in blogging and the most difficult. The journey often starts with passion but then it needs to become a habit.
At first, you have a fountain of never ending topics that you can tackle. You jump in with both feet and probably start writing once a day, or at least several times a week. But it doesn’t take long to begin feeling burnt out, which is where the hard part begins.
How are you supposed to continue blogging on a regular basis, and still keep your posts interesting, relevant, and high quality? There are only so many times you can rehash the same information before it becomes stale, and your chosen niche might not change often or drastically enough to provide you with fresh content outside of the standard.
Here are a few useful tips to make sure you get past blogging block and remain awesome while still blogging a lot.
1. Write every time you have a good idea
I write my best content when I feel inspired. I feel inspired when an idea just came to my mind and also when I have had enough coffee!
Don’t just write on certain days. If you have a good idea, you should expand on it as soon as possible. Then that post can go into draft and await a day when you either think it would be best to release it, or for one of the many times you don’t feel like you have the juice to write more.
Having a handful of posts prepared in advance and always at the ready is important. Whether you get sick, are burned out, or out on vacation, it ensures there is something that just needs to be scheduled to publish without any work on your part. By writing these posts every time an idea enters your head, you will make sure you have fresh content at the ready, and on an interesting topic you won’t forget about if you put it off.
Tool for this tip:
I use Google Docs to write my articles down for a few reasons.
I really like their iPad app which allows me to write articles while on the go while being sure they are all stored in one place
I love the variety of free addons that allow me to easily add collaborators (editors) to my doc. For that, I love the free addon called Workflows which makes it easy to manage editing statuses.
2. When brainstorming, don’t multi-task
If you want to come up with ideas, you need to spend some time just focusing on the task. That means eliminating distractions, and only putting your mind to brainstorming ideas for the coming week.
More often than not, when I start brainstorming and go deeper into the subject, I have 2-5 article ideas instead of one at the end – just because I take time to get really focused when expanding on my initial idea.
Overall, I love multi-tasking (and I usually do) but not when I brainstorm. Scaling your news and trend tracking process is a huge help for getting productive with brainstorming.
Tool for this tip:
I find myself much more productive when I curate social media updates and collect ideas within Cyfe dashboard. You can archive lots of data through Cyfe: Twitter search results, Google Alerts, Google Plus search results, etc.
3. Learn the value of re-packaging
When was the last time you went through your old posts and found out how much of it was still relevant? If the answer is “ages” or “never”, it is time to take a peek at that old content. See if anything has changed in recent months that would impact how that information is presented. If so, it is time to revisit the topic with a brand new post.
Take a post you wrote, and start thinking of different media forms you could use to express the same information. Some popular options are Slideshare presentations, infographics, videos, voice overs, podcasts, charts, and comics. You may ever want to gather several posts, and offer up a case study.
Re-packaging content will attract a new kind of a reader using the same posts you have written before. After all, not everyone likes to read; some are visual or audio learners. Here’s a well-organized list of what types of content and in which formats you can create for your blog to diversify your content and re-package old content.
Tools for this tip:
My favorite two tools to create media are (1) Haiku Deck for creating awesome-looking Slideshare presentations and (2) Animoto for creating videos. Both are affordable, fast and great tools that allow you to re-use any article visuals to put together high-quality media content.
4. Set times for writing every week, and stick to it
Sometimes you just have to use some good old fashioned force to get yourself to work. Set times that you will absolutely write your blog posts, and don’t allow yourself to skip it. Turn off all distractions, and focus 100% on the work ahead. Only search the Internet for related information, or potential topics.
Having a firm idea of when you want to write will push you to find something interesting to talk about, and in an interesting way. A lot of your creative block might just be procrastination in disguise.
Tools for this tip:
This one is obvious for most people but I use Google Calendar for recurring commitments. It syncs with my iPhone (which syncs to my Mac) ensuring I’ll get the scheduled notification to different devices.
5. Collect expert opinions and quotes
There’s the reason why group expert interviews have become so popular with bloggers: You get your content partially written by those providing quotes. Plus, you get those experts on board to promote the final piece. Connect to people and ask them share their opinion or experience on what you are going to write on. You’ll find your article half-written down the road!
Tool for this tip:
MyBlogU helps you get experts’ quotes on your specified topic. Create a project, describe your question and ask users to send you their case studies, tools and stories. Here’s how the tool boosted my blogging productivity. MyBlogU WordPress plugin allows you to collect ideas right within your WordPress dashboard.
6. Do a theme day
I am a very productive and motivated: I probably write more than most people in my industry, yet I do have trouble with blogging regularly. One thing I realized recently: To commit to blogging on schedule, you need to create traditions your readers would look forward to (One thing I CANNOT afford to do is to fail to meet my readers’ expectations!)
I’ve done this with Twitter chats. I have promised VCB members to run a weekly Twitter chat. Since my whole community knows that, I never let them down. Since a weekly Twitter chat requires quite some effort, I re-package it into our blog content (to make the most of my time). This way I am positive every Tuesday our official blog is sure to have a fresh expert article on the topic that interests our community. There’s no way around that schedule!
Having a theme day is a great way to always know what you are going to be writing about. Many bloggers will have multiple theme days a week, sometimes a theme for every single day of the week. Since followers will always know what is coming they can be a great help. Ask them to contribute for these days, such as sending in reader stories, and take part in creating your content. They will be more likely to engage, that way.
Tool for this tip:
Trello is the best free solution when it comes to planning your future columns/theme days out. You have lots of options to organize your boards, invite contributors and / or editors, set up deadlines, etc.
Wrapping it up
Blogging productively is hard when you always have to come up with something new and interesting to say. Hopefully the above tips will help you to get past any creating blocks, and continue writing fresh and interesting posts.
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Blogging can be fun when you write about your passions. But blogging for business is more about generating leads from your content and turning them into sales. It’s the serious tip of the the art of blogging.
Business blogging needs robust processes, tools and frameworks
In the previous part of the series “The Essential How To Guide on Generating Leads with Business Blogging ”, we outlined how to create a framework for lead generating blogging.
Besides setting up goals and visualizing them in a funnel, you need to complete the circle with more insightful information about the target audience. Once you start writing on your company’s blog according to the keyword research and the editorial calendar, you’ll want to start using surveys to validate your hypotheses and optimize the efforts.
You need to ask “why?”
Since Google Analytics (or other web analytics software that you’re using) is just showing you through quantitative data what is happening on the website, you may want to figure out the cause of the results. “Why is this happening on my website?” is the question that needs an answer in the early stages of lead generation.
In order to avoid leakages in your content marketing campaigns, you need to know as much as possible about the users that interact with the website. The ultimate goal of using surveys is making sure that you optimize any future campaign. It requires:
Allocating resources efficiently: time, money and energy
Optimization is a growth factor that involves targeted efforts. The focus should go only on the suitable users for the business, the good traffic as I’ve explained in the previous parts of this guide. You need to know which segments of traffic generate the greatest revenue for your business.
The big picture
Going back to the initial scheme, you can see that one of the intermediate goals is transforming visitors into subscribers.
At the moment, you may find yourself in one of the two following positions:
You have created a free offer using the evergreen content (i.e.: evergreen content is the content that remains up to date and can be used in another form)
You have not created yet a free offer, but it’s in your plan
In any case, you have to use surveys to know what to do next to achieve your objectives. The four essential outcomes from surveys are:
The users’ intent and their specific problems or opportunities
The biggest thing they’re struggling with right now
The level of satisfaction with the company’s offer
The barriers that stop them from converting into customers/ subscribers/ leads
There are no exact rules or questions that you need to use in your surveys to find the answers to these questions. Once you started creating 2-3 surveys on both the website and blog, you’ll observe certain patterns. Use these patterns to get as much information as possible from the users.
To cut a few corners, here are a few suggestions to start using surveys to generate leads based on the four outcomes mentioned above:
#1. The users’ intent and their specific problems or opportunities
There are two alternatives to get actionable insights for lead generation campaigns using information about the user’s intent:
Follow-up email survey
I suggest you to use the on-site surveys instead of the email. Usually, the users who didn’t convert on the website are frustrated or confused and are not willing to answer to your question. On the other hand, the on-site survey catches them in action. This answer will be fresh and accurate.
Setting up a survey to figure the user’s intent takes 3-5 minutes. With the right software, you just have to choose a template, type the questions, select the pages and traffic segments included in the survey and schedule it.
A few technical details and recommendations:
Segments of traffic: New visitors who viewed three pages
Pages: Homepage, features
When to trigger the survey: At load (when the page is loading)
Keep it simple and focus on your goal: A one-question survey is enough.
Finding out the user’s intent also helps with validating the quality of the website’s traffic. It may not be your offer that is not suitable for the visitors, but the visitors who don’t fit within your target market segment.
#2. The biggest thing they’re struggling with right now
If you want to create that free offer to start growing the email list, you want to write it for the users’ needs. Therefore, you need to know what they need in order to avoid writing an ebook for a problem that doesn’t affect none or too few of the users in your target audience.
You could use the email survey or the on-site survey.
Email survey tips:
Send a plain text email to the subscriber asking a simple question: “What’s the biggest thing you’re struggling with regarding [your topic]?”. Insert a Call To Action and send traffic to a dedicated page where people can answer.
Send a follow up email to thank them for answering to your question
Let them know that you’re working on a product to help them solve their problem
Be sure that you have enough traffic to collect answers on-site. Otherwise, it won’t be relevant.
Write an introductive copy for the survey, like we did in this example:
#3. The level of satisfaction with the company’s offer
This type of information is provided by customers, (the ones who have converted). They are the only ones that could provide with information about what they liked, what mattered to them, what comparisons and research they did before deciding to convert.
The information regarding the customers’ satisfaction helps with observing patterns and behavior and starting to replicate success.
#4. The barriers that stop them from converting into customers/ subscribers/ leads
Technical details and recommendations:
Use exit intent technology to trigger the survey at exit.
Keep it simple(again): one question is enough
Use it with confidence on all the important landing pages
Prioritize the website’s pages based on potential, importance and ease
Use the survey’s answers to optimize the landing pages and improve the offers
If, for instance, you have created a landing page where people can download a free offer, you need to use two methods:
A/B testing to test the copy and design (quantitative data)
Exit survey to see what is missing on the page. The aim is convincing people to leave their email address for the offer
These being said, I hope that you have gathered useful knowledge from this article. I would be happy to answer any questions regarding the uses of surveys to prepare and optimize your future lead generation campaigns.
If you want to read the rest of the series from the beginning, here is part one and part two of “The Essential How To Guide on Generating Leads with Business Blogging”
Note: All of the examples above are created with Marketizator, conversion rate optimization tool for marketers who don’t want to mess with the code. If you want to see the various uses of surveys to achieve your marketing goals, check out this post from Marketizator’s Blog.
Author: Elena Dobre is learning about digital marketing, business and life at Marketizator.com, the complete conversion rate optimization tool. She plays the role of the content strategist, but she’s also experiencing with CRO and lead generation. She enjoys discovering new online tools, hacks, brilliant minds and beautiful souls. Follow her on Twitter @HDobre.
Have you ever spent hours, days, or even weeks trying to plan that perfect social media campaign? If so, you are by no means alone!
The amount of people marketing directly to consumers on social media has gone up exponentially over the past year, and rightfully so. Over 1.3 billion people log into Facebook alone every month, according to Facebook’s last earnings call. That’s a whopping 14% of the earth’s population – so why not market to them on social?
Below, I have put together a list of the top 10 campaigns launched in 2014 with the help of some designers and other analysts according to specifically picked categories to best benefit you. These categories include:
Most Visually Appealing
Starting with Success,
Impressive Conversion Rates,
Best Post-Campaign Follow Up
Best Holiday-Themed Campaigns.
Hopefully these will get your brain churning for some creative ideas to launch successful campaigns for your business to wrap up the year and start 2015 with a bang.
Most visually appealing
Who doesn’t love something pretty to look at?
These two campaigns really caught our attention when we saw them, and their conversion rates showed that they caught other’s attention as well. A great graphic design can really affect the results of a campaign, so it is imperative to make sure you spend time on those before you launch. The most important part is to focus on matching the contest to fit your brand.
Inkwell Press effectively created an elegant custom contest to fit their needs as a company focused on design. The first aspect of their simple contest included their logo, which aided in brand recognition. The hero image used the same theme as the logo featured on a cell phone case, the planner that they were giving away, as well as text in an attractive font used across their brand that gave information about the prizes they were giving away.
They also took advantage of a text box beneath the main image to elaborate on their contest rules, and give more information about the contest. The information was concise, and highlighted the prize as an incentive to enter.
Goorin Brothers, a specialty hat company based in San Francisco used a custom built contest to ensure that they had complete control over design. The background is the star of this particular contest; the photo is a perfect example of Goorin Brother’s target consumer wearing one of their hats.
The designer used a photo editing software to place text over the picture in an extremely visually appealing location. This technique worked to grab fan’s attention in the red circle that talks about the prize, as well as the text across the top of the image.
Overall, the design is simple and clean, and obviously effective, as Goorin Brothers captured 8,404 emails with it!
Starting with Success
Some small businesses get easily discouraged when getting started on social media and building their brand. This category goes out to some companies that motivated me by their drive to get started and have success with campaigns. If you are just getting started building engagement or your Facebook presence as a whole, do not fear, it can be done with some effort!
Kyle Ducharme began his single-origin coffee business is December 2013, but his first batch was not set to arrive until June of 2014. With this is mind, he decided to run a contest with the launch of his Facebook page for someone to win a “First Taste” of the premiere batch of coffee from Northern Thailand.
He brainstormed every detail of this contest ahead of time, and not only did it look great, but it performed even better! With the effort he put into this contest, he was able to collect more impressions with this contest than the amount of fans he had started with on Facebook. Not only that, but the contest converted at 42%!
Enticing tables was not completely new to the contest scene, but Valerie McCartney from their team was ready to get some great results from launching a new and energized contest layout! She spent some time creating a contest to give away one of their lovely cupcake tree stands to bring in new emails to help grow the business.
With a contest, she knew not only would it collect emails for her, but it would grab new Facebook fans as well. The immediacy of this was something that really motivated her to run this successful campaign that converted at 43% – performing much better than she imagined. Her hard work paid off and has helped the business grow immensely.
Impressive Conversion Rates
One piece that will help contests convert at a high level is having a well established brand name. This is something you definitely cannot build overnight, but by hustling day in and day out for this passion you have. This category is a prime example at some well known brands that people are beyond loyal to, and it shows based on the extremely high conversion rates. Building a brand is about figuring out what you are and staying true to that and your fans, Facebook or not.
Mary J. Blige has a huge following and is known for her musical style and swagger. She launched a contest to show her appreciation towards her fans while driving sales to Mary’s new site, Birthday Girl World. One huge reason this contest was so successful was the prize she choose tied directly into what she does.
With the brand name she has built that her fans trust so much, who wouldn’t want to win this contest she ran? It converted at an astounding 85%! That’s right, of every 10,000 people that viewed this contest, about 8,500 provided their email addresses.
With a name like that, it is quite obvious who this brand reaches. But not only are they focused on the great beards of the world; they also are raising awareness for the lack of clean drinking water around the world. With the 64% conversion rate they got on this contest, Incredibeard is trying to raise awareness for this cause so closely tied into their brand and what they represent. They have quite the following, and such dedicated loyal fans that this conversion rate did not surprise me one bit.
Best Post-Campaign Follow Up
The biggest reason most people are running these types of contests I’ve shown you so far is to gain more email leads. But once they get those leads, the most important step is actually taking action with them. This category goes out to the best post-contest campaign we saw from an email-marketing standpoint.
Immediately after entering Solo Stove’s Facebook contest, the entrant received an email notification to inform them that they had successfully entered. This email also gave them options to share with friends, as seen below. A few days after the campaign ended, they emailed all entrants to let them know that they had not won, but as a consolation, they offered a discount code for their website.
This drove more sales than the contest cost did to begin with. That is the return everyone wants on any campaign! Lastly, months later when Solo Stove was running another contest, they notified via email that another giveaway was occurring.
Best Holiday-Themed Campaigns
Strategically running a contest at a certain time can really help improve your results. Whether that’s a huge event happening, or a national holiday coming up, getting creative with the prize around this time can boost the results immensely. The three campaigns below are great examples of how you might be able to take advantage of any holiday or event that pertains to where you live. I believe that this “tie-in” with an event is so important that I decided to showcase three in this category to help you realize how valuable this tactic really is.
Precious moments is taking advantage of this winter holiday season and giving away a signed ornament. They know that a majority of their customers purchase an ornament every holiday season to place on their Christmas tree, so they decided this was a great time to convert their social media fans into email leads. With great graphics and a great concept, they are sure to have a happy holiday themselves.
In the United States, the Fourth of July is celebrated in many different ways. But there are many people that celebrate with grilling and enjoying the company of their friends and family. Botto’s Genuine Italian Sausage took advantage of this and made a perfect giveaway bundle that helped them collect 303 new email leads.
This particular contest did an amazing job all around. They knew they would have empty rooms on Valentines night, so they decided to turn it into a contest to increase their email list and engagement on Facebook. The prize was a great fit for a young couple that needed holiday plans, so they ran with it and ended up collecting 715 new emails for their list! What would’ve been an empty room turned into their most successfully converting campaign ever.
Want to learn about the strategies behind the Top 10 Facebook Campaigns of 2014?
Want to launch your own contest to collect email leads and drive engagement?
Have no coding experience and want to launch a contest like the ones above in just 10 minutes? All of the contests featured above were created at Heyo.com and you can sign up for a free trial today by clicking here!
Author: Jay M. Tucker is a Social Media Strategist at Heyo.com. He is focused on helping small business’ grow and allowing people to pursue their passions through the use of social media to increase business. Follow Jay on Twitter.
Which Thanksgiving food are you? Which punk icon are you? How will you meet your significant other? Were you cool at school? Which Emoji Should You Be Reincarnated As?
The list of quizzes can go on and on as the Buzzfeed’s army of 100 content creators produce one to five quizzes every day and millions of people keep taking them.
Buzzfeed’s “What City Should You Live In?” has generated 20 million unique visitors and they says that “quizzes are smashing traffic records and generating more Facebook comment threads than any viral posts in the site’s history”.
It’s nothing new
The “Personality Quiz” phenomena is not new. It existed in lifestyle magazines (especially in women’s and teens’s titles) for decades. The social media environment & Buzzfeed gave it a push, which lead the quizzes to a totally new level.
Sherry Turkle, the MIT psychologist and cultural analyst, said
“People have always been taking quizzes, but before social media you were doing it for yourself, but now they are specifically for performance. Here, part of the point is to share it, to feel “who you are” by how you share who you are.”
So the important moment is not just taking the quiz, but sharing the results with your friends and followers.
How can your Facebook page benefit from this hype?
Facebook quizzes can bring you the desired virality and they can boost the engagement levels on your Facebook page.
Thanks to Facebook applications you have two options to execute your quiz story:
1. Personality test
This personality test application will give you the option to create any kind of personality test you want. It will be a super fun promotion of your brand or product.
Besides the fact that users will take the test and see which persona are they, they will also enter the competition (if you will execute this kind of promotion).
The “quiz type promotion” can give you a flow that will involve your fans & followers from start to finish as you can generate a unique content and use it in your posts (intro post, displaying the different personas; displaying the results in the middle of the competition; closing post).
And lastly: you can use the quiz app to test and measure your community. In this way you will use the app as a poll or survey.
They can help you make the decisions before the launch of the new product or service. With the quiz app you can crowd-source the information about the desired color of your new product or about the price of the product/service.
Involving them in the pre-launch stage is something that users will surely appreciate.
The answers will be scored and at the end of promotion you can reward entrants which scored the highest number of points.
Before you start creating you quiz story!
Most important step is to find the unique connection to the brand/product/service. Be creative and explore the different possibilities and territories.
And remember that quizzes (and the results) must be be meaningful. The whole story, questions, answers and results must make people believe that everything applies to them personally. As Buzfeed’s Summer Burton said: “ For our most viral quizzes, the results have to be meaningful in some way. It’s not that they are scientific. It’s just that what they say means something to people as far as their own identity.”
Let me give you a few Personality quiz and Knowledge Test ideas to get you thinking. Although you come from other business segments there is surely a way in.
Personality quiz ideas
Just to help you get going here are some personality quiz ideas for your Facebook quiz marketing.
1. Pet shops
Possible questions: What kind of environment do you like? How athletic are you? What qualities describe you? Are you a social type of person? What animal do you like most?
Possible questions: What is her favorite color? Which ice cream she would choose? Which is her makeup style? Dresses she like. Books she read.
3. Insurance company
Possible questions: How long have you had the driving license? Pick your favorite drive. You are getting closer to a traffic lights which is turning yellow. What do you do? How do you feel when your are driving? How often do you drive
4. Shoe shop
Possible questions: Which city you’d most like to visit. Which fashion trend is your favorite. Your nails are painted in which color. What is your favorite drink? Which celebrity style do you prefer?
Knowledge test ideas
Here are some knowledge test ideas to get the neurons moving
5. Travel agency
Let’s say that you have a killer offer for Spain. Instead of talking only about the offer you can give them a Spanish vocabulary test.
6. Car company
Give them the questions from real driving tests. Things will get serious and users will see how good are they on the formal level.
What about you?
Do you use Quizzes on your Facebook pages? Do you prefer Personality quiz or Knowledge tests?
Look forward to reading your feedback and insights in the comments below.
Author: Sebastjan Pirih is a Digital Consultant at appssolut.com. He is helping companies to conquer the world of social media communication and connecting it to other forms of marketing communications.
I spend too much time on Facebook. I find myself constantly opening a new tab and the first letter I would hit would be “F”. Does that sound familiar to you?
While that may sound okay, it’s not. I was killing tons of productive time that I could have spent getting work done.
Today, I am happy to share the secret of saving time on Facebook.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who’d want to get more results from Facebook and spend less time there.
According to a study by Vertical Response, the following stats are a very insightful.
One third of CEOs and business owners want to spend less time on social media.
90% of those are on Facebook
15% of these people log into Facebook several times a day.
You can imagine how tough it is to run a business and maintaining an active Facebook presence. How can all of us follow the 80/20 rule and still achieve remarkable results on giant platforms like Facebook?
In order to do that, we have to understand where we’re spending too much time. Based on the insights provided by Vertical Response, the top three ways people were wasting their time on were:
Finding & posting content
Learning and educating themselves
Here are my 4 top tips on how to stop wasting time on Facebook.
1. Get rid of distractions
There are two ways you can avoid distractions.
Less Extreme: Log out
Logging out is not a very extreme method and is quite easy to do. However, it doesn’t solve the issue completely because you won’t be able to get all your work done if you need to use Facebook.
The problem with this method is you won’t be able to get any work on Facebook done.
Pretty Extreme: Delete newsfeed
The pretty extreme method is the method that I chose for myself, which was to delete my newsfeed. I use newfeed eradicator.
That way I could focus on getting work done like finding content and educating yourself (using lists, bookmarks, etc). Since only my newsfeed disappears, I can still manage my Facebook page presence and respond to people easily.
2. Schedule content in advance
If you want to save more time, you have to schedule in advance. Facebook has a great built in feature that allow business owners to easily schedule their posts.
That way you can plan ahead to make more time in your week.
You can easily do this in one sitting and actually schedule a week worth of content. Use the spare time you have saved to focus more on responding to customers or educating yourself.
This keeps you focused and you won’t miss a day without posting any content.
3. Get the right tools
I was just speaking to a business owner the other day, not only is he managing his company, he is managing his company presence on Facebook too. He told me it was tough to find the right balance. Tools can help because they help the hard work for you. Take Post Planner for example. Besides helping you schedule content, some of its features include:
Status ideas: Over 13,000+ status to chose from.
Viral photo: Easily find the most viral photos from any pages to share.
Trending Content: Search the hottest topics by key terms.
Post Planner is built to help find and schedule content within a few clicks so you won’t need to worry about your content for weeks.
Scott Ayers singlehandedly finds and adds over 2-3 weeks of content for our Post Planner’s Facebook page in one sitting. Don’t believe me? Take a look at the amount of content that we post daily.
4. Use Facebook features
Facebook do have some great built-in features that you can use to save tons of time without killing productivity. Here are some of my favourite features from them.
Lists allow you to follow pages without worrying about the effects of newsfeed algorithm. This means you go into Facebook and focus on the news that you want to follow. No, your friend’s cute puppies should not be in that list.
b. Facebook’s Save
“Saving” is a new feature from Facebook that allows you to save articles that you find interesting. All you have to do is click save and head over to to your home page to view them later.
Marking your favorite pages can save you time because you won’t need to constantly check your newsfeed and worrying you’ll miss its posts. When you add a page to your favorites, it will notify you when the pages are updated.
So you see, using Facebook can be productive for your business. It’s not a time sucker and you don’t always have to waste your time when you are on Facebook. Using these tips you can easily focus your effort without stressing yourself about it.
What do you do?
How do you save time on Facebook and still maintaining an active presence? Look forward to hearing about your tips and insights in the comments below
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