Use Photos to Stand Out in the Facebook News Feed

This post was written by Tommy Walker, Online Marketing Strategist and owner of Tommy posted as a guest blogger on Darren Rowse’s ProBlogger site.

A picture is worth a thousand words, right? This old cliché has become especially true in blogging. It’s statistically proven that by inserting compelling photographs into your blog posts, you’re able to better retain your reader’s attention.

So what if photos are also exactly what you need to stand out on the world’s most popular social network?

On Facebook, Photos are the most used features of the site (after status updates of course). You may have already known that, but did you also know that Facebook is one of the most used photo sharing platforms on the entire Internet?

So how can we tap into the power of Facebook Photos to separate your Page from the rest of the noise on Facebook? To learn how, click here to read Tommy’s post.


About Melinda Moses

Social & Strategic Marketing for artisans, craftspeople, small businesses and the creatively inclined. Knot-Holer*, Blogger, Coach, Marketer, Audience Builder, Evangelist, Solopreneur, Mom, Technologist and Engagement Specialist. Get Found. Get Engaged. Get Results.
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One Response to Use Photos to Stand Out in the Facebook News Feed

  1. Melinda says:

    Update – ever since I started following Tommy, I’ve been blown away by his style and his depth of knowledge. Very personal and approachable, something that’s nice to see when we’re surrounded by an ever-changing array of tools, technologies and even opinions about what to use (or not)!

    So seriously, subscribe to Tommy’s feed (I subscribe by email so I don’t miss it, you should use whatever method works best for you. If you’re not sure, just ask me or Tommy … we’ll set you straight!)

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