Exiting Facebook as a Marketing Vehicle

Image by pshab For a few months now, I have been reducing my marketing presence on Facebook. Generally, I don’t enjoy the conversational tone, and I believe Facebook is losing market power. Another aspect is to create a safer place where I don’t have workplace colleagues and contacts reading my feed expecting the latest and greatest Geoff news (Woo. Hoo.). I’d rather have a closer family and friend experience there. This seems to have happened by happenstance, anyway. In fact, of my current consulting and speaking clients, only one head of marketing is a friend on Facebook. The linchpin was seeing organic unpaid engagement drop on blog posts.

Read more
Linkedin Google+ Facebook Twitter

A New Novel from Geoff Livingston

Want news and an advanced copy of the book?
Your info is never shared

Monthly Marketing Mashup


Buy Exodus for Just $0.99

You can buy the book from these vendors, including $0.99 on the Kindle store.

101 Things, a Bucket List

Pacific Sunset

Posts on Other Blogs

Vocus Marketing Blog
(2012-present)

Inspiring Generosity
(2011-2012)

Mashable
(2009-2011)

The Buzz Bin
(2006-2010)

Archives

Categories

My Photos

Golden Light by Geoff Livingston
So this is Spring! by Geoff Livingston
Requiem for the Cherry Blossoms by Geoff Livingston
Still Hanging On by Geoff Livingston
Pretty Girl by Geoff Livingston
Rain on the Horizon by Geoff Livingston
Black Sand Beach by Geoff Livingston
The Babbling Brook by Geoff Livingston
Thurston Lava Tube by Geoff Livingston
Balls of Yellow by Geoff Livingston
Another Forgotten Castle by Geoff Livingston