Marketing & Social Media

Don’t waste your time cutting and pasting Facebook privacy/copyright statements

Today Facebook issued an email about the next steps in its Global Site Governance review, and there’s been a resurgence of the ‘protect your privacy by pasting this message’ hoax.

To cut to the chase, if you are sent a message about cutting and pasting a Facebook copyright or privacy statement, don’t do it and don’t share it. It’s totally irrelevant. If you want to know more about this, read on. More >

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facebook-48  iconResearching another post I came across this little gem from September 9. The article suggests that posts to Facebook via third party apps can reduce their reach by up to 88%. Originally data from the use of ¬†Hootsuite and Tweetdeck were used as examples, but the data was later withdrawn. There’s been no follow up to explain why.

If you use a third party App, you might like to run a little experiment or two of your own to check the efficacy of your campaigns.

Facebook Fail: Posting via Other Apps Can Cut Likes & Comments by 88% [STUDY]