Are you advertising on Facebook? If you do not, you are missing millions of possible customers. If you already have a Facebook page for your business, it’s important you are making the best moves to reach clients, while avoiding pitfalls. Continue reading for some assistance with the envelopment of your marketing strategy for Facebook.
You should give a product or service away to get people interested. You should encourage your customers to join by offering a few free products to some of your subscribers. Announce all winners on the Facebook page, and do so each and every time you desire new subscribers.
Link all of your content to your Facebook page. If your company uses a blog, post a link and summary of each blog post to your Facebook page. You can even program a connection between your Facebook and Twitter accounts so that each time you tweet, it automatically appears on Facebook.
Create a Facebook ad. Just posting normally isn’t going to do all that much in terms of promoting a product or service compared to having an ad taken out. To extend your reach, use ads to reach outside your normal followers. The cost is negligible compared to the potential gains.
Facebook Offers give you a way to promote yourself. You just need to set the offer up and then convert it to something known as a Promoted Post via your wall. If it’s a good deal, you can give it to people that do not even like your page yet.
Post on other people’s Facebook pages. You can get some attention by posting on other pages. However, it needs to be the type of attention you need. Create posts when there is something positive for you to say. Avoid spamming at all times.
In exchange for a “like”, give your visitor a reward. Likes can draw new attention to your page. Consider offering people something free and exclusive if they like your page. You can run a contest or provide it to anyone who Likes your page. They will click very fast if there is something free in return.
Hopefully, if you have not already used Facebook for your business, you will now. You now should have enough information to start, so you don’t have an excuse to stay away from Facebook! Regardless of your history with Facebook, there is always room for improvement. Put the above tips to use.