fbpostjpgWhile content and updates are important to a campaign’s social media efforts, the performance of that material is of equal importance. If no one sees a Facebook update, did it ever matter? The big question is how to get the most likes, comments and overall interaction from your material.

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Post, track, refine to find out what types of posts get the most attention and response.


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