Facebook has introduced domain verification which makes it easier for businesses to edit links from their own site – as well as promises to protect your content by preventing misuse of your domain and keeping bad actors from spreading misinformation.
Stock photos. You know you hate them. And it's easy to see why – people in stock photos are too happy (particularly about things they are looking at together on their computer), too pretty, too stylish, and too sunny. But instead of fighting stock photography, let's instead explore ways to utilize it better.
According to SalesForLife, only 1% of cold calls actually result in meetings, and "around nine out of 10 of top-level B2B decision-makers simply do not respond to cold outreach." But each time I receive a message, I have to wonder where the real problem lies – is it with the business owner, or with the caller?
Recently I received a message from Google, telling me that starting in October all visitors to SundinInc.com using Chrome would be informed that our site was not secure. And it was not going to be a subtle warning.
Under pressure to limit the fake news (and stop ticking off users), Facebook has "removed the ability for any Page to edit how a link appears. By removing the ability to alter link metadata (i.e. headline, description, image) from all link sharing entry points on Facebook, we are eliminating a channel that has been abused...
Automated email messages and 404 pages are just the beginning of the day-to-day communications generated by most financial institutions and businesses – so next time you are looking at your ATM receipts, statements, email signature, business cards and other customer communications, consider how to do more to optimize the opportunity.