So you’re in Facebook Jail, banned, restricted from liking, commenting and posting. I’ve been there recently and I’d like to relate my experience and what I’ve learned as a digital marketer. It’s correct to say that it’s becoming difficult to play virtual whack-a-mole with Facebook’s “Community standards”. There is a fine line between trampling freedom of speech and protecting the community from abuse. Unfortunately as a marketer one slip up
So for the last few weeks I’ve been live streaming myself just chatting about my experiences with living under lockdown. I try to do one once a week. Topics include: Driving during lockdown School and training during lockdown The workload I have suddenly got during lockdown Shooting the breeze during lockdown You can view the vids here.
If you are wondering how come Facebook ads seem to follow you around, here’s how: Its called Facebook Interest Targeting. As a marketer you need to know how to make it work for you. How do you know how you’ve been Facebook Targeted? If you check out my Youtube channel there’s a video I did showing how to find out how Facebook advertises to you. In fact Facebook is the
What the ODPMTT disaster can teach us about doing business online. On October 10th the ODPMTT or Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management was part of TATT’S 27th ICT open forum. The title was Resilient Communications: Staying Connected During a Disaster. Mark Lyndersay of Lydersaydigital.com attended and recently reminded us via Facebook post that everything said at that meeting, especially by acting CEO Colonel (ret) Dave Williams, was lip service
Facebook advertising requires many varied ingredients to come together to realise an ultimate digital marketing goal. Take a minute to watch this little vid. A Few Good Creatives The line that you should print and stick somewhere prominently is “We write great ads or people die.” It’s a bit extreme, to be sure, but it drives home that crafting a message and making it creative will set you apart from