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Our Top 10 Metigy Learning Posts of 2019

Our Top 10 Metigy Learning Posts of 2019

It’s been an incredible year at Metigy, with multiple new partnerships, features, and more than doubling the size of our team. We created Metigy Learning, as a way of bringing you all the very best in how-to guides, practical tips, and carefully curated resources for mastering modern marketing all in one central location. This was followed by the launch […]

How to Create a Multi-image Carousel Post

How to Create a Multi-image Carousel Post

Metigy allows you to create a carousel post for Facebook that features multiple images, each with a title, link and description. That means that a single post will show up to 5 images. Why would you want to do this? Multi-image posts are a great way to drive organic post engagements – meaning you don’t […]

Why Can’t I Connect A Social Media Profile or Page?

Why Can’t I Connect A Social Media Profile or Page?

Trying to connect a social media profile or page is usually straightforward, but sometimes there can be complexities. This article aims to help you troubleshoot the issue yourself! Is the Token Still Connected? In case you don’t know what this means when you authorise Metigy to access a Social Media platform, we get back what […]

Dark Post (ad only) Creation for Facebook and Instagram Boost

Dark Post (ad only) Creation for Facebook and Instagram Boost

You can create what is known as a “Dark Post” in Metigy. What that is is a post that publishes to your Facebook page, but your audience will not see it, but you can still run it as a “boost” ad on Facebook and Instagram. Yes, that sounds counter-intuitive. The reason you do this is […]

What is Data Backfilling and How Far Back Does it Go?

What is Data Backfilling and How Far Back Does it Go?

This process is sometimes known as historical data collection. It involves going to each platform that is set up and filling in holes in your data. Those holes might be there due to some factors that we cover in the article Why is there missing data in reports and when will it be there? Why […]

Why do I have to log in to Facebook to connect my Instagram account?

Why do I have to log in to Facebook to connect my Instagram account?

If you have tried to connect your Instagram account to Metigy you might be wondering why you are prompted to log in to Facebook first. The simple answer is that Facebook owns Instagram and this is a move by Facebook to bring Instagram inline with Facebook’s other tools. It opens up more reporting metrics and […]

Facebook and Instagram Boost Social Media Post Ad Spend

Facebook and Instagram Boost Social Media Post Ad Spend

To make content creation as simple as possible, you can create a Facebook Boost post natively in the Metigy Content Curator. If you’re new to Metigy, you can sign up for free at any time. What is Facebook Boost and Why you need it! When you boost a post on Facebook – or any platform […]

Facebook, the era of Privacy Scandals and the Unknown Data Brokers

Facebook, the era of Privacy Scandals and the Unknown Data Brokers

In recent weeks, there’s been a lot of discussion about Facebook Privacy and who is to blame/what can be done about it. Facebook has taken the brunt of that blame because they have made mistakes in the way it handles some user data. So yes, they could have done a lot of things better. And […]

Create your Facebook Business Account and Setup Facebook Ads

Create your Facebook Business Account and Setup Facebook Ads

Welcome to the Metigy Learning Guide to Creating a Facebook Business Account. You would want to do this to keep any advertising you create for business separate from your personal account – Facebook sometimes creates a personal account for you. When you book ads through an account, Facebook tracks all performance against that. This is […]

Understanding Social Network Connections and Tokens

Understanding Social Network Connections and Tokens

Connecting and Tokens are a concept used by networks to manage pages and accounts, and are generated when a user – you for example – authorizes the Metigy platform to access something (connect). Metigy uses the services that each network provides to make this connection. This document does not cover that flow, but there are […]