"Literally." "Like." "Epic."
Are you word nerds out there squirming yet?
Everyone (like, literally everyone) can think of a misused or overused word that drives them crazy. For us here at Geek, it might be the word "legit." (As in, "That taco place was really good, like, totally legit," or, "Last night's show was legit.")
It's in moments like these where we think back to our favorite line from The Princess Bride.
One genuinely legitimate way to use the word "legit," however, is when you're talking about your business' Facebook page. When users look up a business online, there's a good chance that they're using this social media site to find information.
That being said, having a Facebook page makes your business more legit and gives you a chance to interact with your consumers while expressing your product or service's usefulness.
Here are our top 6 "dos" and "don'ts" when managing your professional Facebook page:
1. Don't put a profile where a page belongs.
Yes, perhaps this is level one Facebook knowledge, but make sure that you know the difference between the two: Profiles are for people and pages are for businesses. Make you sure you're following this distinction to get the most out of your Facebook use.