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How to search a Facebook group

Yes, there IS a way to search a Facebook group! Watch this video to find out how.

Keep in mind, Facebook’s search algorithm is better than it used to be, but still not comprehensive. I often go looking for a post I know exists in the group, yet the search results fail to turn it up.

If you’re looking to search elsewhere on Facebook, this post by Make Use Of offers 5 Tools To Help You Find Anything In Your Facebook Timeline.

 

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Facebook Page Post Ideas for your Music Program

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Whether you’ve been running your Facebook page for hours or years, we could all use a bit of inspiration every once in a while. So quit racking your brain for a bit, and check out some of these ideas.

Facebook Pages are considered inbound marketing (aka permission marketing, aka content marketing). That means that we have to get fans to opt in (by liking our Page) to hear our message. If all we ever do is sell, no one will want to listen to what we have to say. So we need to give people a reason to stick around. We do that by providing value.

There are three main ways we can offer value through posts on our Facebook Page.

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Asked and Answered: Facebook group notifications

Asked and Answered is a new regular feature where I answer your questions! Got a question? Ask in the comments! This week, we cover Facebook group notifications.

A Facebook friend posted this today:

Q. Can someone tell me how to turn off email notifications from all the different groups that I belong to? Thanks.

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Asked and Answered: Facebook comment notifications and news feed

Asked and Answered is a new regular feature where I answer your questions! Got a question? Ask in the comments! This week, we cover Facebook notifications and what appears in your news feed.

Q. Help! I commented on a Facebook post, and now I get a notification EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. someone else adds a comment. It’s making me nuts! How can I fix it?

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The Case of the Pretty Pink Purse: Measuring the Fallout

This is the last installment of the three-part case study on marketing to a Facebook group. In this video, I look at the SurveyMonkey results provided by 175 members of the nearly 5,000-member Facebook group where this incident (herein called “Pursegate”) took place.

Need to catch up? You can find part 1 here, and part 2 here.

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Attachment Unavailable: How to control the privacy of your Facebook photos

If you’ve seen the Facebook alert that says, “Some people may not be able to see this attachment because of its privacy settings,” you’re in the right place.

I have another short how-to video today. It’s one of those tricky little Facebook quirks that, if you know it, can make your life infinitely better.

Below the video is the transcript, if you’d rather scan that instead of watching the video. Enjoy!

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