The first quarter of 2018 was a roller-coaster ride for communicators grappling with Facebook’s big changes and PR troubles. We’ve strapped in and are waiting to see where its twists and turns take us next. But, in the meantime, Facebook gave us a timely topic for the first issue of our new publication, The Strategist newsletter.
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Read our inaugural issue
In case you missed it, we’ve provided a link to our first issue here.
In it, we shared a roundup of recommended reading on Facebook. These include:
- An analysis on the regulatory impact of the Cambridge Analytics’ privacy breach.
- A link to our latest blog post on what Facebook’s changes mean for businesses.
- A white paper featuring 8 Smart Ways for Brands to Adapt to Facebook’s Changes in 2018.
Our team manages multiple Facebook pages for our clients. And it has been an interesting time. Our experience has shown that Facebook’s changes are beneficial to businesses and nonprofits who have cultivated dedicated local followings. When page managers engage their followers with “throwbacks,” heartfelt content and smart boosting and targeting, Facebook is an incredibly productive platform.
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