4 Ways to Increase your Reach & Engagement

Written by Wild Lotus Media on May 11, 2014

Facebook has been decreasing the amount of people that see your posts. If you are an older page with a lot of fans, you’ve most likely felt the effect in full force. I have over 7,000 fans, but the average amount of people who actually see my content is about 100. That’s only 1.5% of my audience. I do think what Facebook is doing is total BS! Here are 4 ways to try to overcome their new algorithm and get a higher reach and engagement rate.

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1) Advertise to Help

This is what Facebook ultimately wants

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Review: Are Facebook Ads Worth It?

Written by Wild Lotus Media on April 12, 2014

I’ve been pretty upset lately with how slow my Facebook business page has been. Over the past year, my posts seem to reach less and less viewers. I have over 7,000 likes, but every post only reaches 100 people, which is only 1.5% of my viewers. That is absolutely ridiculous, so I tried to improve things and get seen more by placing a few Facebook ads. Here are my results…

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5 Common Flyer Design Mistakes

Written by Wild Lotus Media on March 27, 2014


Flyers are a great way to advertise your business. Whether is it a brick-and-mortar store or an online business, passing out flyers can be informative for those who receive them and drive customers to a business. In order to get the best response from your flyers, you should avoid these 5 design mistakes.

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The Basics of Logo Design

Written by Wild Lotus Media on March 2, 2014

1) Keep it simple

Keep everything about your logo simple. Try not to use more than 3 different fonts, colors, or styles in one logo. Your line work should be simple. No text or images should be too small. It shouldn’t be bogged down with microscopic details or flooded with too many features. Whenever you start out designing a logo, remember simple is best. By the time your finished design rolls around, you should still keep this goal in mind as it is easy to get carried away with adding more ideas.

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The Basics of Getting More Likes

Written by Wild Lotus Media on February 20, 2014

Likes are more than a number. They are the people who will see your posts and may turn into your potential customers. Stick to these tricks in order to get more Facebook likes on your business page.

1) Invite your friends

Invite your friends and tell them to invite their friends. This is very effective if people are always spreading the word. Check out this code to invite all of your friends¬†and don’t be shy when it comes to asking others to help.

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3 Things You Need to Invest in Your Business

Written by Wild Lotus Media on February 7, 2014

Investing in your business is one of the most important things you can do for your business. You should take time to invest not only money, but time and knowledge for your business. Treat it to some TLC in these three areas and you will see that it will be well worth it.


1) Your money comes back to you.
“You must spend money to make money” is a quote I have been living by lately. Many people may think that it is bogus. How could you possibly make it if you are always getting rid of it? I find that it works because when you spend any amount, due to investing in your business, you will get it right back and them some. The only way you can find out for your self is to start spending money on your business. If you buy business cards today, you might make a great sale tomorrow. The sale usually ends up putting the money right back in your pocket, plus an additional profit.

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5 Examples of Unique Business Cards

Written by Wild Lotus Media on February 2, 2014

Your business card is only good if it is memorable. One way to differentiate your card from the millions of other cards out there is to make it as unique as you can. Not sure how to to be different? Here are 5 great examples of how to make your business card stand out from everyone else’s.

Change the shape.
The average business card is a standard rectangle 3.5 by 2 inches. Make it bigger, smaller, or any other shape and you will definately be different.


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