Social Chatter Episode 17: Create Facebook Notes for Facebook Pages

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Social Chatter Episode 17: Create Facebook Notes for Facebook Pages

Welcome to this week’s episode of Social Chatter where we cover the latest social media news from this past week.

Each episode of Social Chatter is available as a blog post or video.

Let’s see what’s cooking in social media this week with your hosts, Christian Karasiewicz and Vincent Orleck!

Watch This Week’s Social Media Updates


Facebook Launches Facebook Notes for Facebook Pages

This week, Facebook added the ability for Facebook Pages to create Facebook Notes.

If you have a Facebook Profile, you now get the new look from your profile.

Facebook Notes for Facebook Pages

Here’s a video on how to use the new Facebook Notes for Facebook Pages.

For a complete rundown, be sure to read the ultimate guide to Facebook Notes.


Twitter Launches Conversational Ads

Twitter Conversational Ads

This week, Twitter announced Twitter conversational ads. The purpose of this feature, which is exclusive to Twitter, is to “make it even easier for consumers to engage with and then spread a brand’s campaign message."


Twitter Testing 10,000 Character Limit

Re/Code reported that Twitter was testing increasing the length of a tweet.

Instead of 140 characters, they’re considering increasing that to 10,000.

Wondering how long 10,000 characters is? You can view an example here.


Oracle Buys AddThis

In other news, Oracle purchased AddThis.

This purchase will allow Oracle to “establish a direct linke to the company’s massive data on web users.”



In addition to sharing the latest in social media news from this past week, we also highlighted some great tools and apps to check out.


Quuu is a content suggestion tool for your social media channels.

Here’s how it works.


Select the categories that interest you.

They will send hand curated content over to Buffer.

Within your Buffer queue, you can then curate posts within your Buffer account.

Download Quuu  

Pablo by Buffer Google Chrome Extension

Buffer released a Google Chrome extension for their popular image creation tool, Pablo.

With their browser extension, you can click on the Pablo button on an image. This will add them image to Pablo for you to work with.

Pablo by Buffer Google Chrome Extension

Try the Pablo by Buffer Google Chrome extension  

Booktrack Reader

Booktrack Reader

Do you find it difficult to concentrate when reading?

Give Booktrack a try.

This mobile app let’s you read books on your mobile device with the added benefit of adding a soundtrack while you’re reading.

The faster you read, the faster the music goes.
Download Booktrack  


That’s it for this week’s episode of Social Chatter.

Be sure to tune-in to our next episode on Blab to find out what’s cooking in social media!

If you have any questions about anything mentioned this week, share them with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or in the comments below.


About The Author
Christian Karasiewicz Founder, Social Chefs Founder and CEO of Social Chefs, a digital marketing agency. I host two shows, #SocialChatter, the industries longest running social media marketing talk show and Social Snacks, 5 minute or less social media marketing tutorials.

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