Tips for Keeping your Facebook Profile Active and Working for You

Facebook is a great platform for business owners, but it can be stressful when your Facebook profile is blocked or restricted so in this Ask Linda episode we look at ways you can help keep your Facebook Profile and active for you.

 

10 Comments

  1. David

    Typing too fast and too much cut & paste hmmm didn’t relaise!

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  2. Sonja

    Thanks for these tips Linda. I had a few issues recently on a follow type post so have implemented commenting on anything I feel called to comment on with a 4 or more word minimum. This means I generally won’t be able to repeat words or have the same comment on more than 1 post. It’s been very helpful and makes me think more about my comments.

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  3. Bec waterhouse

    If your post to a group has been flagged as spam do you get notified? I mean, I guess you could figure out that it has gone to spam because it’s not showing up in the group, but does FB officially tell you?

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    • Linda Reed-Enever

      No you don’t Bec only admins get notified a post is flagged as Spam. You will still see it in the group as you posted it unless an admin removes it. Hard I know but if you mix up your posts and make unique posts you should be fine

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  4. Derick

    Thank you for this! Your energy and enthusiasm makes this easy (and fun!) to watch 🙂

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    • Linda Reed-Enever

      Derick I am glad it was easy and fun to watch and I hope the tips help 🙂

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  5. Hazel theocharous

    I love your tips and information Linda. Need to start tuning in a bit more.

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    • Linda Reed-Enever

      Thank you. I know life gets in the way I hope all is well in the UK 🙂

      Reply

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