Facebook: Sharing Is Caring!

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TechCrunchYesterday TechCrunch.com reported in a blog article that Facebook has decided to not allow text-based status updates from Pages. This may turn out to be a good move for Pages, as they will now need to not only concentrate more on remarkable content with updates that are media-based or link-based. This is a positive move for Pages, as Admins can now concentrate more on remarkable, strategic content.

Facebook share link button samplesThis new tweak from Facebook also means authors should use the opportunity to incorporate the Facebook share link with every article.

The best way to get your content to get read and go viral is through share links. Share links capture the headline, the first line or two of the article, the image used in the article, and a link to the full article. When sharing, you can either share directly to your Facebook personal timeline so your friends can see the content, or that of your Page so followers and Likers can read it.

Click here to get Facebook’s share link button. You can also use a social media sharing app such as Shareaholic for your blog articles.

Be strategic. Be visible. Be found.



Written by Lisa Raymond

Lisa Raymond

Lisa Raymond is the owner of Visibly Media LLC, a marketing company specializing in social media and inbound marketing strategies. She has a 20 year background in print and website graphic design. Lisa is a member of the Social Media Marketing Society, Business Mentor Team, AmSpirit Business Connections, and Toastmasters International. Lisa is a fanatic about sharing new ideas & tips about social media to business owners and has given presentations at both The Hive @ Central in Phoenix and THINKspot! in Mesa. Lisa has been married to the love of her life, Michael, for over 25 years; she is a mom of 4 (two still at home, one a proud Marine!), and a new grandma of a beautiful granddaughter! Lisa is THE QUEEN in her realm of organized chaos!