Remember back about five years ago when Facebook gave you a little bit more real estate to work with? Four tabs below the header and a profile photo that could be integrated into the design providing more depth to the page and much more room for creative freedom? Well, I ventured into my archives and revived these. Although the sides advance on their own, you can navigate them by clicking on the arrows to the right and left in each frame.
The following headers are more reflective of the current real estate offered to each of us by Facebook, but even with limited space, the ability to make your presence felt still exists. And although the sides advance on their own, you can navigate them by clicking on the arrows to the right and left in each frame.
What is marketing without the strategic thought-process behind it? Below I share my thoughts, mindset, and experiences over the years. If you find them to be insightful and constructive, I hope you'll leave a comment.
IN MY OWN WORDS.
Thought process is integral to effective marketing. Here's mine.
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