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How to Make a Facebook Page

With over two billion people actively using Facebook every day, it's critical you set up a Facebook page for your business. However, it can get confusing, especially since Facebook's features have changed over the years. In this video, HubSpot is going to show you exactly how to make a Facebook page so you can start [...]

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Facebook Gives Small Businesses New Advertising And Engagement Tools

A series of new tools is being rolled out by Facebook that is aimed at small and mid-sized businesses: An Automated Ads platformA video editing features Appointment booking capabilities “With over 90 million small businesses on Facebook, we’re proud to play a role in helping business of all sizes grow and create jobs,” said Facebook. [...]

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Facebook Page Owners Will Soon Be Able To Participate In Groups

On Thursday, Facebook announced that it will soon begin letting Pages participate within Groups.  Something else that was introduced by the company are new posting and comment management tools for Group admins. Facebook Page accounts will be able to participate on Group Pages in the coming weeks, which is something Page owners haven't been able to previously.  One [...]

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Facebook Pages Will Soon Be Able To Respond To Instagram Direct Messages

In an announcement on Thursday, Facebook said that Page owners will soon have the ability to receive and respond to Instagram Direct message via their Facebook Page inbox. Facebook made the announcement during its Communities Summit, an annual event that is being hosted at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park with more than 400 community leaders and [...]

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Facebook Will Reveal Country Of Origin Behind Pages

Facebook announced several measures back in June to bring more transparency to Pages and their associated ad campaigns.  These measures include an "Info and Ads" button that displays information on ads that are run by the owner of the Page on Facebook, as well as across its partner networks and various properties. The company introduced a companion measure on [...]

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Facebook Allows Publishers To Cross-Post Live Videos Across Multiple Pages & Tests A Rewind Button

More and more Pages on Facebook are being given video features.  The social network, after announcing new video metrics last week, is making it possible to cross-post Live video broadcasts across multiple pages. “With Live Cross-posting, all Pages globally can seamlessly publish a single broadcast across multiple Pages as an original post. We’ve added this functionality [...]

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Facebook Live Audio Turns The Social Network Into A Radio Broadcaster

Already, Facebook as worked on their version of live television with Facebook Live.  But now, it seems they're ready to take on live radio now. Facebook announced on Tuesday Live Audio, an audio-only version of Facebook Live that is used to broadcast things like podcasts, book readings, radio shows and more. Facebook users will have [...]

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Facebook Is Testing Desktop Pages Redesign That Drops Right-Rail Ads

Since the overhauling of mobile Pages look last fall, Facebook has been experimenting with a new design for the desktop version of Pages that drops right-rail ads from the page, along with other changes. With the screenshots that are posted on Twitter by The Next Web’s head of content, Matt Navarra, it looks like the redesigned desktop [...]

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