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How to Get Started With Facebook Business Manager

It is difficult to think about social media strategy today without thinking of Facebook.



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Facebook marketing is big business and it looks set to grow further still, bearing in mind that Facebook owns both WhatsApp and Instagram.

As digital marketing becomes more complex, businesses need tools that make their lives a little simpler. Facebook Business Manager looks a little daunting at first, but it will have a positive impact on your advertising once you are up and running.

Below, we will break down the process into easy steps. But first, let’s take a look at what Facebook Business Manager is and the benefits it can provide.

Overview: What is Facebook Business Manager?

Facebook Business Manager houses all of Facebook’s advertising tools for businesses. From within this platform, you can manage your content, data,

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Black QBs started for a record 10 teams

Patrick Mahomes.

Deshaun Watson.

Lamar Jackson.

Cam Newton.

Russell Wilson.

Dak Prescott.

Teddy Bridgewater.

Dwayne Haskins.

Kyler Murray.

Tyrod Taylor.

Ten of the 32 quarterbacks who started for their respective teams in the NFL’s regular season Week 1 are Black men, the most ever. They are bound together now, far more than the answer to a trivia question, proof that for a league that so often has to be dragged to progress, progress has been made.

Patrick Mahomes (15) and Deshaun Watson were two of the 10 Black starting quarterbacks during Week 1, a significant mile marker for the NFL. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
Patrick Mahomes (15) and Deshaun Watson were two of the 10 Black starting quarterbacks during Week 1, a significant mile marker for the NFL. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

They aren’t just placeholders, either, guys who are keeping the seat warm until their team can find better options. (Well, Taylor might be. Sorry, Tyrod.) Two of them were the No. 1 overall pick in their respective drafts. Seven were chosen in the first round.

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The pandemic crushed south Phoenix business. Then light rail construction started

Hilda Peña remembers having to wake up early on Saturdays after a commercial for her Western wear business Botas Juarez aired on Spanish television. There would be a line by the time she and her husband, Miguel, got to the store.

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The ultimate guide to getting started in real estate

  • Starting a career as a real estate agent can be exciting and scary, especially during uncertain times.
  • And having a strong first year in the field can make all the difference when it comes to success.
  • To help you get started, Business Insider spoke with 8 industry powerhouses from across the country for their tips on the first year in the job.
  • Choosing the right market, sourcing clients, and making timelines were just 3 things that agents said are crucial at the start. Above all, you’ll have to work hard, even if you feel like you have a lot of free time.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Starting a career as a real estate agent can be both thrilling and scary, especially during 2020, a year full of unpredictability for the housing market and the economy as a whole.

New agents have to focus on several crucial aspects

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With most services unavailable due to Covid-19, flying business class has started to feel more like economy





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Forget the flute of chilled Moet & Chandon before takeoff, mid-flight gin and tonics and a roaming dessert trolley after dinner. Flying business class isn’t what it used to be.

Efforts to minimize human interaction and reduce the risk of infection are taking the shine off the most expensive seats onboard commercial aircraft. Gone are the multi-course banquets and warm personal service, once the hallmarks of carriers like Singapore Airlines Ltd. and Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. These days, what’s left of premium-grade travel is functional, hygienic and closer to cattle class — only with more legroom.

The limitations are one more headache for an industry grappling with a near-total collapse in demand and follow years of luxury oneupmanship among carriers in a contest for the most profitable passengers.

Suddenly, it’s harder to tell airlines apart when you’re up the pointy end. That’s making it tougher

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