Oct 14 2009

Facebook Newsfeed Optimization

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Back in May of ’09, I began managing all the Facebook marketing for Mint.com, and in four months I quadrupled (4x) traffic from Facebook–>Mint.com. Soon, more and more companies wanted me to manage their Facebook marketing…

Eventually, I received so much work through word-of-mouth that I hired a few really smart friends and started a company: BrandGlue.com

We help companies use Facebook to build brands and sell products–primarily through Fan pages.

A few of our clients:
• Intel
• Microsoft
• Mint.com
• David Allen (“Getting Things Done”)
• Kiva.org
• SlideShare
• ICanHasCheezburger/FailBlog.org

We optimize for the Facebook newsfeed algorithm, increase conversions from visitors–>fans, and integrate Facebook into the rest of your marketing (e-mail, website, offline, etc).

Latest success story: We grew facebook.com/failbooking from 16K fans to 41K fans in one week–with ZERO ad spend.

You should check us out: BrandGlue.com

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4 Responses to “Facebook Newsfeed Optimization”

  1. [...] Facebook fan page advertising is not itself necessarily the main explanation for the new growth. Jeff Widman, a Facebook marketing consultant who helps big clients grow pages, has [...]

  2. bestessays reviewon 21 Aug 2014 at 3:31 am

    I wonder if you use any PPC advertisement?! or just managing the fan pages with a well optimized game plan. Maybe I must give a try for myself over facebook traffic and I hope I could get a bit of success. I've been planning to launch a campaign for my essay writing services through facebook. This article had given a bit encouragement. Thanks for the share.

  3. toronto-seo.companyon 08 Sep 2014 at 11:24 pm

    Online marketing is the best option for the growth of your business. The main strategy used in social media is the interaction with their users and deepening their relationship with them. Over posting must be avoided to get rid of unlike. And it's better concentrating on the apt time for post is what important. Just speak enough through your posts. Must be precise and should reach the user.

  4. webygeeks.comon 10 Oct 2014 at 5:14 am

    Facebook is doing a lot of changes now a days like they have recently changed the size of the paid ads on the right side. I have just gone thorugh some blogs on web about the effect and most of them were saying that this will increase the CTR and this is the truth. We are managing a few campaigns for our clients on facebook and noticing high CTR due to the size of ads, amazing move FB :)

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