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Facebook question. A link from http://realtyone.com.au/default.asp to http://www.facebook.com/Realty1One resolves correctly when logged in to Facebook but to http://facebook.com when logged out of Facebook. As FB pages are meant to be public by default I'm at a loss why the link wouldn't behave correctly. I've suggested to the person asking the question that it *might* be the OG tags on the referring page but I'm really not sure. Any ideas?
Is there any way to identify the Facebook pages that have the most number of fans in common with the page I own/administer? Knowing this may unearth some interesting knowledge about what else is catching the interest of a Page's fans/likers.
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The shift that is occurring with 'Social Media' is that it is an opportunity to switch from SHOUT-based marketing (mass email, advertising, canned messages) - to simply LISTEN. Clients are sharing how their lives are unfolding on FB, twitter, LinkedIn - this provides opportunity to communicate with meaning and authenticity. So I would argue to let go of a social media 'strategy or tactic'.....and use tools that help you Listen to your People Base and communicate with them in the various layers (SMS text, email, tweets, FB) - BUT KEEP COMMUNICATIONS 'REAL'. Remember the saying: Seek not to be understood...but to understand.