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How Facebook is (Becoming) The New Yellow Pages #2022
March 02, 2022

In episode #2022, Neil and Eric talk about how Facebook is (becoming) the new Yellow Pages. In many circles Facebook does not have the traction it used to, people are migrating to different platforms for their social media, and as a result, marketers have followed them there. Today on the show we discuss how Facebook is fast becoming less relevant and what that means for marketing, so make sure you tune in to hear it all! 


  • [00:20] Today’s topic: How Facebook is (Becoming) The New Yellow Pages.
  • [00:35] A breakdown of the Yellow Pages and how it relates to Facebook.
  • [01:25] Why Neil and Eric seldomly log into Facebook nowadays and the low levels of engagement.
  • [02:39] The ways that marketing has become more difficult and why that’s good news for creative marketers.
  • [03:21] That’s it for today! 
  • [03:23] Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe!
  • [03:38] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to learn more!


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