Podcast: Facebook's organic reach limits

| by Nate Riggs
Podcast: Facebook's organic reach limits

TWIRT 03In episode #003 of This Week in Restaurant Technologies, Brandon Hull and I discuss Facebook's organic reach limits.

When was the last time you checked your Facebook analytics? My guess is that most of you have experienced some kind of frustration when it comes to managing a Facebook page. With the social platform's constant updates, both from a metrics standpoint to layout perspective, it can be hard to stay up-to-date with what's the most efficient way to engage your fans. This is especially becoming more and more difficult with Facebook's efforts to make more money off our your content.

This Week in Restaurant Technologies: Facebook's Organic Reach Limits

Brandon and I are here to discuss two articles on the ever-changing landscape of Facebook's organic reach:

  1. Facebook Admits Organic Reach is Falling Short, Urges Marketers to Buy Ads
  2. Generating business results on Facebook

You'll hear what Brandon and I think about Facebook wanting to make more money of off our brand's content and our ideas on how come up with an effective social strategy. Watch the video to hear our commentary to learn more.

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Topics: Marketing / Branding / Promotion, Online / Mobile / Social

Nate Riggs
Nate Riggs is the president of NR Media Group, a firm specialized in content marketing and new media programs for mid-sized and large companies that have included Bob Evans Restaurants, Donatos Pizza, and many others. He also produces the Social Restaurant Podcast and This Week in Restaurant Technologies. wwwView Nate Riggs's profile on LinkedIn

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