This is the best method because reviews stay on the Reviews page forever.
Go to A’s Business Page
Click Reviews on the left side navigation
Click the Yes button under Do you recommend A?
A window will open to allow you to write a recommendation.
Confirm that the post is set to be Public.
Click the Post button when you are done.
You can only leave one Review per Business Page. If you want to change or update the Review, you have to delete the first review and re-do it.
Go to A’s Business Page
At the top of the News Feed, click in the “Write a post…” field.
Write a recommendation.
You could add @person’s name so the post would show up on their personal profile
You can add hashtags, links to a blog post or website, etc. just as you would any post
This post will be sent out to the Business Page’s Likes as a normal post would be.
This post will work down the News Feed as new posts are added. It will only be seen for a short period of time.
It’s a great idea to arrange mutual reviews with colleagues and business partners. They would follow the same steps on your business page. I recommend doing the posts 2-3 days apart in case you have shared Friends and/or Likes.
Each month YCL sends its website clients a set of Google Analytics reports showing the activity on their site. I recently added updated the Overview giving a glossary and report description. Here is a video from Chris Mercer, Google Analytics expert, explaining how to analyze the info to go in depth on what is happening on your site. In particular he talks about the Bounce Rate – how many visitors come to your site and leave after seeing only 1 page. This is crucial information! Your website should be a profit center for your business. How do you know if it is if you don’t know what your visitors are doing on the site? Call me if you would like to go over your reports!
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Here is an excellent article explaining what you can do from your desktop on Instagram. You’ve heard me say that trying to do marketing from your cell phone is harder than doing it from your desktop. Not only is that screen really small, the features are different. This applies to Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. So if you start from your desktop you can do more work, faster, with fewer headaches. Then finish up from your phone when necessary. NOTE!! Check out #6 to improve your Instagram security.