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Following Facebook’s changes, publishers can use these strategies to overcome the loss of traffic


By James Breiner, IJNET Now that Facebook has made clear that it will not be promoting journalism to its users there are several tactics and strategies that publishers can take to replace what they have lost (and will lose) from Facebook’s pivot away from news. 1. A tactic: start an email newsletter with links to your…

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Tips for a Making Your Facebook Cover Image Stand Out

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What do you need to consider when choosing a Facebook cover image for your publication? How can you make a memorable first impression with your choice of image? Make sure your cover image conveys exactly the message you want it to with these tips: The ideal cover image dimensions are: 820 pixels wide by 462…

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Join us on Facebook


Our Facebook page is a great way to interact with the staff of Magazine Training International and with Christian publishers around the world. Some of our typical posts you will see include: Updates about our MTI Online program of e-books, training videos, webinars, and online courses Information about upcoming on-site conferences A look into the…

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Publishers look to Facebook to increase audience engagement


By Friday morning last week 30,389 people had been talking about Dabira, a magazine that has been in existence only a short time. How is it possible that so many people were talking about a Nigerian Christian magazine? Dabira Editor Lara Odebiyi discovered long ago how a Facebook page for her magazine could impact and…

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5 Facebook posts your magazine can use today

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Facebook…An interactive-online book of faces, cat videos, and random breakfast photos that can also help your magazine grow in readership and impact. Several studies suggest that when using Facebook for business, you should post every hour or a minimum of five times a day, with quality content every time. Sound overwhelming? Don’t panic yet. If…

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