With so much chatter and buzz going around about Facebook’s graph search I thought I would share this infographic brought you by Wedu. I like the first point they make about the “Like” becoming an important metric again. It will be more important than ever to really grow your local fan base in hopes that one of their connections is in need of services your business has to offer. A “like gate,” has become an essential for many of my clients to grow their fan bases organically. But, this year Facebook will force us to be more aggressive with our FB marketing strategies essentially forcing us to spend money. Do you think it is worth? Is fan generation in your budget this year?
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