All these Facebook tips are true, but I guarantee you that if you follow the first, second, third, and fourth tips you will do fine at Facebook. If you follow the last two tips, you will be watching your back!The False Facebook Tips

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All these Facebook tips are true, but I guarantee you that if you follow the first, second, third, and fourth tips you will do fine at Facebook. If you follow the last two tips, you will be watching your back!The False Facebook Tips

People have all sorts of Facebook tips they think are very useful. Some are true and some aren’t.

Let’s look at a few of the false tips. These are the ones that I hear from friends all the time.

First, they tell you to “scare them off” with lots of “Likes”. Actually, Facebook is going to be the one to scare them off because it is a “sham” that has a lot of security problems. The best Facebook tip of all is to keep it on your page.

Second, they tell you to spend your life being happy in your “Shopped for” life. Facebook users should be spending their lives shopping. Spending money at a store is much better than spending money on other people’s stuff that doesn’t belong to you. That’s the best Facebook tip of all.

Third, there are lots of Facebook tips that say that Facebook is “going to kill your brand”. No! It will destroy your brand, but it won’t kill it.

Fourth, you can list like, share, and talk about your brand. Fifth, the Facebook team isn’t “compassionate”, but they don’t have to be.

Sixth, you can build your own brand. Seventh, you can sell like, share, and talk about your brand. Eighth, the Facebook team is “goddamn” stupid.

Nine, the Facebook team is not good at creating amazing content. Ten, your content is terrible and no one will see it. Eleven, your content is difficult to create and maintain.

Twelve, the Facebook marketing team is not giving you what you want. Thirteen, the Facebook team doesn’t know what they are doing. Fourteen, the Facebook team doesn’t care.

Fifteen, your customers hate the Facebook team. Sixteen, your customers will stop buying from you if you don’t make changes. Seventeen, you need to “watch your back” at Facebook.

Eighteen, they aren’t listening to you at Facebook. Nineteen, your friends are less reliable than the Facebook team. Twenty, the Facebook team doesn’t know what they are doing.