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Most of us (especially business owners) are now fully aware of Facebook Marketing and Advertising “powers” and hence have created our pages, invited our friends and colleagues to like them and also socially promoted them on our website, LinkedIn and other profiles. Knowing the best times to post your content however, is another matter which has now become a prerequisite when one is looking to increase his traffic and engagement. A multitude of studies have shown that user engagement such as liking posts, sharing, commenting and sending a direct message, tends to be the highest on Friday when the majority of the public are in a “relaxed state” as it is the end of the week. Fridays contribute to 17% of all comments, 16% of likes and 16% of shares. According to ‘The Content Marketing Paradox’ – a report produced and published by TrackMaven, over 1.5 million Facebook posts from 6000 brands showed…

Brands are trying in more ways than ever to connect with audiences across a range of social platforms on a regular basis nowadays. Brands are struggling to catch the viewers’ attention with an ever decreasing attention span and an abundance of competition out there. It is estimated that each day users globally scroll through 300 feet of content, giving brands a very small window of time to grab the users’ attention and in the correct way. Therefore, how can your brand start building ideas that work for the speed of feed? Here are some useful information on the Social Media landscape in 2018 along with some very useful stats. Do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Hashtags are prominent on social media. They have a place on most popular networks, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. They are probably the most popular mean to categorize content on social media. Thanks to them, your content can be found by other people and reciprocally, they enable you to search for relevant content. For that reason, knowing how to use hashtags is fundamental to your success on social media. In this article, you will discover 5 tips that will help you to master the use of hashtags on your post. #1 Be specific when using hashtags Your fans follow you because they share an interest in one specific theme. Therefore, the more your hashtags are specific, the more your audience will be targeted and impacted. And of course, this generally means better engagement. We would mostly advise you to create your own Business hashtag that you can use several time as a signature.…