The first time a blog has a page on Facebook, it’s pretty easy to forget.
But what if you could change that and make it a top priority?
The idea is that you could turn a blog page into a hit on Facebook and you could do it by turning your post into a “story” on a page, or a “photo” on Facebook.
Facebook is trying to turn this concept into a new form of social media marketing that can drive more traffic to your blog and help you make money on those traffic.
To make this idea work, you need to make sure your site has a very clear and consistent story on Facebook that people are going to click on.
If you don’t have a consistent story, people might skip to the end and ignore your content.
In addition to this, if you have a page that’s a copywriting page or a copyblog, you should have a photo that shows off the page’s content in a photo gallery.
Here are a few tips to make this work: Have a strong Facebook story that tells the story.
The better your story is, the more people are likely to click to read your content and the more likely they will read more of your content, said Ryan Segal, VP of marketing at Copyblogger, a digital content company.
If your story has a clear and compelling beginning and end, it will drive people to click and read your copy.