Reflections on my post, Tips for Designing a Successful Facebook Content Strategy

I’ve been blogging for a number of years now but have to say that the post, “Tips for Designing a Successful Facebook Content Strategy” from a research standpoint, had to be one of the most enjoyable and interesting processes I’ve had as a blogger.

As you’ll read in the full post on GigCoin’s blog, I had started out with an intention of researching third party APIs for auto-posting to your Facebook fan page. But after reading a post by Josh Constine on Inside Facebook, the post took a very different turn.

I felt a little like Woodward & Bernstein (okay, I said “a little”) as they uncovered Watergate. This had an odd feeling of a Facegate kind of conspiracy to it.

Then, I had the great fortune of being in contact with some excellent Facebook experts and receiving their tips, including Mari Smith, social media thought leader and author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day. Mari pushed out the post to her “peeps” yesterday and the post is being read even more widely now.

The viral nature of posts is something that intrigues me a lot!

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About Debbie Hemley

Social Media Blogger and Non-Fiction Writer http://debbiehemley.com
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2 Responses to Reflections on my post, Tips for Designing a Successful Facebook Content Strategy

  1. This post is great! It’s very helpful.

  2. Hey Nice article, thanks for sharing that informational things for us. keep it up buddy can you please write something about web design tips

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