Facebook is actively rolling out a change to business pages. They are calling this the “new Page experience,” and it will gradually replace what they are now calling “classic Pages.”
We reached out to Pioneer Social subscribers to explain some of the changes Meta (the new name of Facebook’s parent company) is rolling out. As your communications co-op, we wanted to share the news with all Utility Pioneers, too. Learn what we know about these changes and what questions we don’t yet have answers to on our blog.
We’re here to make your job easier. We’ll do our best to navigate these changes with you.
“What if you were hit by a bus?” You’ve probably heard this dark hypothetical posed as a challenge to future-proof your utility. Have you ever asked yourself that same question specifically in regards to your utility’s social media succession planning?
What happens to your social media presence if your communicator has an emergency or retires? We share a few ways to keep utility social accounts secure and plan for the future on our best practices blog post.
Today is National Military Spouse Appreciation Day. Did you know the average military family loses $180,000 of potential income over the course of a 20-year military career? We believe creating a professional environment in which highly qualified, professional communicators — who also happen to be military spouses — can thrive is the best way to say, “Thank you for your family’s service.”
We’ve proudly employed more than a dozen military spouses representing Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and even the Space Force families. Learn why we’re committed to making a difference.
Facebook turns 17 this month. As the platform matures, the way utilities promote content must change, too. Here are four ways Pioneer Social helps utilities promote pages to build relationships on Facebook.