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No doubt the questions we get from our clients may be something you are wondering as well. The beauty of sharing these answers with you, is that it is very timely information and current to what other small businesses are encountering as they work through their marketing plans. Don’t have a marketing plan, but need one? We start with a Playbook and do the research for free. You can request yours here.
While it is OK to delete a page or blog post from your site, it is highly recommended to put a 301 redirect in place afterwards. This will make sure that anyone who attempts to go to that URL is redirected to a a new relevant, working page so that they do not land on a “404 error” page.
Super simple! Open a Chrome browser, install the Facebook Pixel Helper extension. Then just go to your website. You’ll see an icon in the upper right of your screen that will turn blue and display a green marker on it to identify if a FB Pixel was found. Click the FB Pixel Helper icon to see if it says “one pixel found” and see the appropriate Pixel ID.
Facebook will disable ads accounts and/or Facebook business pages for a number of reasons; sometimes for legitimate violations of their rules and sometimes as a glitch. Either way, you’ll want to start with a support ticket to Facebook asking for clarification on what needs to be done to get it enabled again.
No problem. Here’s a simple explanation of how to leave a Google review for your favorite businesses and organizations, whether you have a Google account or not.
If something looks sketchy or you thought you’ve already paid for your domain name or other service, there’s probably reason to be careful. Look closely and see if you can find “This is not a bill” or check directly with your provider. More info here.