Here’s Why Brands Are Taking Over Your Instagram Comments

Later

Have you spotted Instagram comments from huge brands or celebrities popping up in your feed as you scroll through the latest posts? . It used to be that brands wanted to receive Instagram comments from followers to grow their account.

How Can Brands Manage Facebook Comment Overload

Mindjumpers

Tweet Recent comment count on Facebook brand pages is going up, just proving that now, people accept social media as an effective method of communicating with their brand and entering a conversation. Comment overload could be periodic or regular, depending on the page.

How to Strategically Comment as a Page on Facebook

agora pulse

As a Facebook community manager, you need to know how to comment on a Facebook Page as your Facebook Page. Now, you have several options to use throughout Facebook. If you do, you can expand your reach and engagement, and develop a stronger brand voice.

Facebook Commenting Platform: Pros and Cons For Businesses

Dave Fleet

Facebook has announced a new version of its Comments Box plugin – its social plugin that enables Facebook-connected commenting on a website. Facebook’s Comment Box plugin. Comments then stay sync’d between the two sites.

How to Use Facebook Groups for Your Brand

Ignite Social Media

For personal use, Facebook can be a helpful tool for connecting with friends, family, and others with similar interests. As a business, you’re trying to build a community of people who share a similar passion for your brand or the products/services you provide.

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Should You Hide Comments on Your Facebook Page?

agora pulse

We’ve all had it happen: a negative comment on Facebook Page post that glares at you from the screen. We do, after all, have the option to hide comments on Facebook. So should you actually hide comments on your Facebook Page? Just click “hide comment.”.

Best Brand Monitoring Tools – At Any Price

Webbiquity SMM

Given the increasing importance of reviews, not just for consumer brands but B2B offerings as well—plus backlinks, microinfluencers, and social media conversations—it’s vital to track online brand mentions. Free Brand Monitoring Tools. Social Media Brand Monitoring Tools.

4 Tips for Handling Negative Comments in Social Media

Ignite Social Media

Having a strong social media presence is mandatory for brands these days. Along with that comes a direct line for consumers and fans to communicate with the brand, which can be a double-edged sword. So, as a Community Manager , comments can feel like a personal attack.

How to Manage Multiple Ad Account Comments In One Place

agora pulse

If you are running Facebook or Instagram Ads and people are commenting on them, then you know how hard it is to keep track of all those comments. Things get even tougher when you are split testing and not all of the posts appear on your Facebook Page Timeline or Instagram Feed.

Facebook Private Messaging for Brands

Mindjumpers

Tweet According to TheNextWeb , a new Facebook communication option appeared for Asia-based page admins. However, so far Facebook hasn’t announced the new feature, so I guess that the message option is being tested for a later roll out. What does it mean for brands?

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Don’t Sell Your Brand’s Soul to the Facebook News Feed Algorithm and Vanity Metrics

Pam Moore

Brand leaders around the globe are freaking out as they read the blog posts, watch the videos and see the tweets fly by from the Facebook fear mongers crying that the end of Facebook as we know it has arrived. Facebook 2018 is all About Engagement. What is your brand?

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Non-Facebook Users: Please Comment Here

Ari Herzog

Scroll below his post to add a comment — and be forced to comment through Facebook. Whether or not you choose to share that comment on your Facebook wall is up to you, but it’s either comment with Facebook or don’t comment at all.

Rethinking Blog Comments Again

Ari Herzog

If you look at every blog post I wrote in 2014 in reverse chronological order from yesterday’s post rationalizing why I tweet to my first post on branding , the above numeric series indicates how many comments people wrote on each post. This includes my comments, too. Why do I allow people to comment if few do? If you start at the beginning of the series (on the left) and skip over the 3, 0, and 1, the next three posts have zero comments. Musings comment

How the Chatbooks Team Easily Manages All Its Followers’ Comments

agora pulse

Chatbooks is an app that makes it easy to turn your Instagram, Facebook, Google Photos, and camera roll photos into beautiful photo albums that are both high-quality and budget-friendly. Finding customers who were trying to reach us or digging up a particular comment or user was challenging.”.

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How Brands Should Prepare For Facebook’s Dislike Button

Firebelly

For years, people have been asking for a dislike button on Facebook. In a Q&A last Tuesday, Facebook’s founder said “I think people have asked about the dislike button for many years. Facebook, in general, has always tried to keep it’s user experience positive.

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How to Monitor Comments on your Instagram Ads (and why it’s crucial to do so!)

agora pulse

Like ads on Facebook, your Instagram Ads receive comments. The real strength of Instagram is the level of engagement it provides to brands. It is by far the social network that provides the highest level of engagement compared to Facebook or Twitter.

The Performance of 100 Icon Brands on Facebook [report]

Mindjumpers

Mindjumpers Network is a global network of local country community managers enabling international companies to execute and maintain brand communities in a structured, quality assured and cost effective way across markets with the aim of creating effect and value.

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Is Brand Engagement Over on Facebook?

Janet Fouts

The news about Facebook lately has been pretty grim. Even brands with deep pockets are feeling the pinch. Cost: We see Facebook ads with a typical CPE (Cost Per Engagement) of between $0.29 on the brands we manage. IF you search for products on Facebook.

Facebook Ad Rejection: Don’t Abbreviate Facebook or Instagram

Jon Loomer

I’m an old guy when it comes to Facebook advertising. As a result, I think I know Facebook’s advertising policies pretty well. I don’t test Facebook’s policies or push the limits. I do all I can to follow the rules and stay on Facebook’s good side.

7 Top Personal Branding Goals To Develop Your Social Brand Strategy

Pam Moore

They aren’t thinking “should I do business with this person or brand.” ” Would you like to increase brand awareness, generate more leads? Long before Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and even blogs, people have been buying from people.

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Brands Rocking Instagram

Mindjumpers

But how can brands benefit from this visual and colorful social medium? We have been taking a dive into how brands use Instagram and here by give you a small collection of really successful brands and campaigns on Instagram – from big, global brands to small, local ones.

Social TV Analytics: Commercials Spur 145% Lift in Social Media Comments for Mike’s Hard Lemonade

The Realtime Report

Mike’s Hard Lemonade saw a 145% lift in social media comments during a recent TV commercial campaign, according to a recent case study by AdAge and social-TV analytics company Bluefin Labs. million social media comments from 1 million unique social media commenters.

How to Build Your Personal Brand to Inspire, Connect and Grow Your Business in 2018

Pam Moore

One of the top questions I hear from business leaders, small business owners, executives, sales representatives, and everything in between is, “Pam, do I need a personal brand? It's natural for us to want to do business with people and brands we trust and who make us feel good.

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Facebook Ad Objectives

Ignite Social Media

Facebook offers several ad objectives to drive campaign performance. Within ads manager, Facebook requires advertisers to select an advertising objective. Brand Awareness : Raising brand awareness is the first step to a successful brand.

Strategy Note: Facebook F8 2019

Ignite Social Media

This week, Facebook held its annual developers conference to announce the road map for their suite of products and platforms. The focus of the F8 announcements supported this statement and how Facebook is building a more privacy-focused social platform. Implications for Brands.

Is Facebook Engaging for Your Brand?

Ignite Social Media

There are tons of opinions, articles and expert advice on which brands do it best and which don’t. Despite all this information, brands continue to struggle with keeping their content fresh and engaging, and determining whether organic or paid is the best direction to get the most of a post.

Case: Fans Also Love Telling The Good Brand Stories

Mindjumpers

Building a presence in social media can be terrifying for many brands. Any kind of post or comment doesn’t just disappear by itself. This is what all brands fear in social media. Since last Wednesday, it has received 500,000 likes and 22,000 comments.

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Facebook Location Pages: What Brands Need to Know

Ignite Social Media

Earlier this year, Facebook launched location Pages. This is very exciting for a brand because it creates easy to manage, authentic Pages which allow users to find the brand’s various locations on Facebook. Will location Pages look the same as the main brand Page?

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Weekly Roundup: Personal Branding

Waxing UnLyrical

This week’s roundup features seven posts from around the web that focus on personal branding. Why Personal Branding? Why: People who build their personal brand build stronger networks and are presented with a greater number of business opportunities. Good morning!

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Tools for Monitoring Online Conversations: Part 2 of Monitor Your Brand Online

Harp Interactive

This blog post is the second in the 2 part series on brand monitoring. In case you missed the first blog post, here is the link: Monitor Your Brand Online. Comments. Facebook Lexicon.

You Can Now Tag a Brand or Page in Facebook

Mindjumpers

Tweet Facebook has added a new, absolutely cool feature last night, which allow users to tag pages and brands in their Facebook photos as well as in updates. However, the new feature gives an additional “wow&# factor to the brands plus free advertising.

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Is Facebook’s Purchase of Face.com Relevant to Brands?

Mindjumpers

Tweet Need help to tag your friends in your Facebook albums? Face.com, Facebook’s newly announced acquirement, will help you tag all of those pictures by the use of facial recognition technology. But how can brands benefit from the newest addition to the Facebook family?

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4 Keys to Turning Negative Commenters Into Brand Advocates

Convince & Convert

The key to surviving, however, is to embrace these negative comments for what they actually are: golden opportunities. More importantly though, when receiving negative feedback, you have the power to turn the very same authors of this feedback into walking, talking, raving advocates for your brand. At any given point I can email, call, text, Facebook, Tweet or send up a good ol’ fashioned flare to someone that I’m trying to get in touch with.

Stop Losing Track of Instagram Comments

The Social Media Hat

Social Media Stop Losing Track of Instagram Comments. Comments From Engaged Followers Are Too Easily Buried In Notifications. You see, when you post a great image to Instagram, it will garner all kinds of likes and comments. Comments are effectively buried!

Is Personal Branding Required for Business? How to Ignite the YOU Factor – Free Webinar

Pam Moore

Do you need to worry about your personal brand as a working professional? Or is a personal brand only for those “online gurus” trying to get rich and famous? The truth is this… You have a brand regardless if you plan it or not. Your brand is made of perceptions.

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What You Can Learn from 4 Hotel Brands on Facebook

Likeable

Here’s what four hotel brands are doing right—and what your brand can learn from them. The Facebook feed of Four Seasons is largely repurposed content from Instagram. This is a great example of a brand giving structure to influencer or fan-shared content.

Herding Comments In The Digital Wind

Twist Image

Chris Brogan decided to turn off the comments on his blog yesterday. In his blog post, cutely titled: Turning Off Comments and Why We Will All Be Okay , he lists the reasons as: Comments are everywhere. For a content creator, you have to spend a ton more time in places like Facebook , Twitter , Google + and more, if you really want to be a part of a conversation. Blog comment spam is brutal. blog comments. brand. commenting. comments.

How Brands Use Pinterest

Mindjumpers

More and more brands has also starting to tap into this platform. They can further like, comment or re-pin it to their boards. Unlike Facebook, Pinterest is first and foremost about content and social interactions secondly. Brands on Pinterest.

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Abusing the Facebook Attention Chain for Negligible Brand Gain

Convince & Convert

It’s now accepted wisdom that successfully getting fans to engage with your brand’s missives on the Facebook platform has a linear impact on impressions due to the EdgeRank algorithm.

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Does Facebook Anonymous Login Encourage Brand Trust?

Convince & Convert

Image via Facebook As a digital strategist at Janrain , a social sign-in company, I wanted to focus on the two major announcements related to marketing with social login and social data: 1. Now, Facebook has raised the bar for marketers to create value to their online audience.

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