Category Archives for "Social Media"

Best Time to Post on Instagram (2014)

I recently received multiple questions from readers about the best day/time to post on Instagram and decided to write this post as a reference for everyone who’s interested. In this post I will discuss 2 points:

  1. Best day to post on Instagram
  2. Best time to post on Instagram

Before we begin, it is important that we quickly establish when referring to “best time/day to post on Instagram,” we mean the day and time where posts get the most interactions (i.e. most engagement). This is measured as the average number of interactions (total likes and comments) per 1,000 followers and was tracked over a 30-day period, across 123 Fortune 500 companies in order to give an accurate representation.
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How To: Add Facebook Conversion Pixel to a WordPress Website

As Facebook advertising becoming more and more popular, many people are looking for ways to add the Facebook conversion pixel a WordPress website.

There are 2 common ways to add the conversion pixel: through your theme, using a dedicated WordPress plugin.

Adding Conversion Pixel Using Your Theme:
Many commercial themes have a dedicated “settings” page that will allow you to change colors, fonts, etc. Some of these also have a section titled “Scripts” which allows you to paste code for any scripts you may want to include.
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FB Ads Cracked Review

This page was set as a placeholder for the upcoming FB Ads Cracked product by the FB master himself, Mr Don Wilson.

The product promises to teach you how to optimize your ads on Facebook so that the same ad dollars will go a much longer way.

More information about FB Ads Cracked to come soon. In the meantime here are a couple of videos about the product:
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Language Gate on Facebook (Managing a Multilingual Page)

One of my clients runs an international brand of photography accessories in the action sport industry and for a long time we had a challenge of marketing in multiple languages to different crowds while trying to contain it all on the same page.  This was recently made possible by Facebook using a language-gate.

The following video goes through the process of posting for audiences in English and French.  However, it misses one major point, the feature had to first be enabled through your page settings.  So, in order to get it all set up you must first:
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