Category Archives: Social Media

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How to add an admin on Facebook. Like it!

How to add an ADMIN on your Facebook Page

Having someone manage your Facebook page can be one of the best things you do. Leaving the Facebook marketing to those who not only know it, they LOVE it is the best thing you could do for your business.

Here is how to add someone as an ADMIN on your Facebook page.

  1. Log into Facebook
  2. Click on the little carrot (upside down triangle) in the top right.
  3. Select the page you want to give access
  4. Click SETTINGS on the upper right side of the page
  5. On the left select PAGE ROLES
  6. How to add and admin to a Facebook pageType in the name or email into the ASSIGN A NEW PAGE ROLE box.
    1. Note: You can click on the EDITOR box to the right to give more or less access. In this case we are giving ADMIN access, which is access that can do anything. The EDITOR role can do everything except change ROLES and manage settings.
  7. Click ADD
  8. You may be promoted to give your Facebook password (this will be the password that you use to log into Facebook on your personal account.
  9. DONE!

The user will then be sent a notification via Facebook (and email sometimes) that they have been requested to be an ADMIN of your page.

 


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Getting image to display when posting a link on Facebook

Getting images to post when sharing links on Facebook

Ever have issues with Facebook not using the image in your posts when you share a link? It happens to me all the time. Here are some ways to fix images not appearing in your Facebook post. These tips are only for when you are sharing a link on Facebook.

Making images display when sharing links like a boss.

  • Facebook might have already pulled the image. One thing that I have noticed that during the preview of your post, sometimes the image does not show, but when you finally post it, it does. I don’t like testing it live so create the post and schedule it for an hour later. Once you do that, you can go back and see the post. Nine times out of ten, the image will be in the post. If the post looks good, you can choose to post it instead of waiting the hour.
  • Use a link shortener. If the link that you are using on Facebook is displaying an image of your post, go over to https://bitly.com/ and create a shortened link. Copy that link and try to use it in the post. This has worked for me as well.
  • Check your link. Facebook has a great tool at https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/. Plug your link in here and Facebook will tell you whats up with your link. If you have many issues getting your links to display images, there might be something fundamentally wrong with your site or a plugin that you need to add to the site. This is a good way to see how your posts are looking.
  • Adding or removing a /. I have also found that by removing or adding the / at the end of your URL, for whatever reason helps getting your image to display. One word of caution though. Make sure your URL works when adding or removing that backslash. Sometimes that can break the URL.

Getting your links to display an image is really important. Most customers will scroll right past text only posts and almost never click on links with no description. Make sure your links are displaying an image and it will help with your social engagement on Facebook.

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Woodinville wine social media marketing

Getting My Woodinville Winery Attention

Getting my imaginary Woodinville winery online attention is our next step. We have our platforms built out, now it is time to USE them. I am going to get very practical here. Let’s start with Facebook.

Using Facebook to market my winery. Since I have built and started my imaginary Woodinville winery, I must have an email list. It might be small, but I have friends, family, other wineries, partners and just people I have come across during my winery build-out. I would craft a great email asking each of them to like/follow my social platforms and, more importantly SHARE it with their friends and network. I would also be sure that my website has an email collecting mechanism.

I would also spend time doing a search on Woodinville wine and find all of the other wineries in the area and LIKE them. I would also LIKE all of the local restaurants in the area. By following all of these places, you are sure to get a few more LIKES out of it.

Once I start liking wineries in the area, I can see how they are posting. I can also start commenting on the posts and becoming a member of the community.

Speaking of being a member of the community, I would also join any Woodinville wine associations out there. This instantly would give my winery credibility and might help my efforts on social.

What would I post? Not really sure. As many images and videos of my own content as possible. I would also would use Google News and search for “woodinville wine”, “Washington wine” and start creating content around news that I have found.

REMEMBER: The purpose of social media and ALL OTHER WEBSITES is to point BACK to my website. It is on my website where I can control what is show, convert new customers. My website needs to be the HUB of my internet activity. I would focus on making my website come up first for the keywords I am hunting for.