Writing on Facebook – a, er, lightbulb moment?

Although the “how many to change a lightbulb” joke is very old, its use here in connection with Facebook is hilarious – all the more so because it’s so embarrassingly true.

how many posters to change a light bulb on Facebook

…5 to post to the page that they will no longer post or are leaving because they cannot handle the $!%cking light bulb controversy.

Many thanks to our occasional columnist and good friend Lynn Tulip for curating this and posting it in my own Facebook group, The Joke Street Journal.  Original author unknown but whoever you are, thanks! Enjoy…

Q: How many people does it take to change a lightbulb on Facebook?

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Do you know the latest news in content writing?

Do you know the latest news in content writing?Once a month HTWB picks out the best/most useful articles on content writing and allied topics, from around the web. Here’s the choice for October 2015:

  • Where next with live video
  • Educating readers
  • Future of digital marketing
  • Email: yet another comeback?
  • Are questions in headlines powerful?
  • Facebook wants your blog posts
  • …and Shelley tells us how to take advantage of that 
  • Twitter finally stops strangling us
  • Giggling headshot: whatever next?
  • …and 2 crazy Canadians joke about business writing
  • Read on!

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Help! What writing styles should I use on different social media platforms? Part 1

Help! What writing styles should I use for different social media? Part 1“I want to be sure I get my writing style right for platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest and so-on. I run a small arts and crafts business from home and I have a business page set up for that on Facebook. Do I need to differentiate my style from one to another and if so how?”

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Why Facebook blogging works for small business – equestrian training

Why Facebook blogging works for small business - equestrian training

“I’m using the short posts to keep us fresh in people’s minds and to spread our net wider.”

Facebook is a very popular meeting place for horsey people in the UK and elsewhere.

Demelza Hawes trained at the famous École National d’Equitation of the Cadre Noir at Saumur, France and now runs a high-level horse and rider training business in southern England.

Facebook was the right choice of media for her short, informal blogs.

(For a list of the top 10 most helpful articles on blogging for business as chosen by our readers, click here)

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Why Facebook blogging works for small business – car repairs

Why Facebook blogging works for small business - car repairs

“The taxi driver was back on the road working again within 2 hours.”

Blogging for business on Facebook is becoming a favored way of keeping in touch with your customers, especially as – depending on what business you’re in – it’s relatively easy to find them on Facebook and get a good conversation going.

Facebook blogging, or “Faceblogging” as perhaps we should call it, has a number of benefits.

(For a list of the top 10 most helpful articles on blogging for business as chosen by our readers, click here)

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Are blogs and social media business posts having a reshuffle?

business blogs,social media,blog posts,Google,LinkedIn,Facebook,Google PlusInteresting things are happening in the blogosphere as more and more conversations about all kinds of business stuff increasingly take place in  the SocMed and less in the blogs.

Alarming? Worrying? Read on …

(For a list of the top 10 most helpful articles on blogging for business as chosen by our readers, click here)

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