How can I prevent competitors from engaging with users who commented on my Facebook/Instagram ads? It's a rampant practice in real estate industry. I fear that if I disable comments, it will negatively affect the engagement and not many users (elders, new to internet) will bother to DM their phone numbers.
Diplo (a producer and dj) has 5 million followers but 80-300k likes on almost all of his posts and tons of engagement (thousands of comments). Steve Aoki (another popular producer/dj) has 7.4 Million followers, with 20-30k likes and around 100 comments per post. Diplo certainly puts out more interesting content on instagram but I’m confused how there can be such an insurmountable gap between two influencers especially when the one with more followers has way less engagement
I've been looking everywhere on Facebook and on Google for an answer but can't seem to find anything.
Is there anyway to remove the preview photos, videos and preview posts that Facebook has set up on this page I now run? The problem is you have to scroll down quite a bit before you actually see our content...
Tried to find some info if this is a viable option but got a lot of random stuff. Does Facebook allow me to create a private group (obviously I can do that), but also charge members a monthly fee thru a separate website to access said group, which will have “paid” video content? Lmk if that doesn’t make sense and I can explain what I mean more. Wondering if this is against any of FB policies or just a bad idea in general for another reason I can’t think of. I get I’m requiring people to have a FB account to have a membership, but let’s say that isn’t an issue to me. Any other things I could possibly encounter that would make this a bad idea?
Social Media should have a option to require a pin to confirm a like on a pic or comment. I feel like there have been many times my friends went on my account and liked someones post or commented on a post saying weird things. As an effect, awkwardness can arrive from this and it can put people in weird situations like it has for me before. If they add this feature you could prevent things like this from happening by requiring a pin that only you know. Just an idea. What do you guys think?
Man this is a hard problem to summarize in one sentence.
Basically, I want to start my first ad campaign, it's for a print on demand style site and facebook ads wants me to copy and paste the tracking code into 'my website' but it's not my web site, it's a print-on-demand site where my items are listed.. And as far as I can see there's no conversion tracking on said site. It's for Storenvy if that helps.
i own a group and see pages joining my group, but i can't seem to have my page join my group. Please if you know where the option is to request to join a group as a page so you can post stuff as a page. Thanks