If your company is in a marketing rut lately, why not learn to use Facebook to your advantage? Simply create your business profile and start spreading the word about how you can help customers with a great product or fantastic service. The following article will show you how it’s done!
Make good use of Facebook Insights. You should visit this feature on a weekly basis to get an idea of how many people you reached out to. You will be able to get detailed numbers for each updates as well as a weekly number of uses you reached out to.
Reach out to the friends of your subscribers by encouraging them to share your content. You could for instance ask subscribers to share your updates to receive a coupon code or focus on sharing entertaining content your subscribers will want to send to their friends. Keep track of which strategies work best.
Try using custom tabs on your Facebook page. When you first create your business Facebook page, you’ll have general tabs like the Wall and Info tabs. Try extending your capabilities by creating your own custom tabs. Some businesses have tabs that contain links to various kinds of content like products, newsletters, and ongoing contests.
Contests are a fun way to build an audience. Offer a contest or a giveaway to your current customers. Don’t give away anything expensive; just make it something that your fans will want.
Likes won’t pay your electricity bill, shares won’t bring home the bacon and comments won’t pay your employees’ wages. None of these things directly help you turn a profit. You can easily advertise on Facebook without ever investing in a Facebook business page, so consider other options and how much money they can make you.
Facebook is not necessarily the best place for your marketing. There are other social media platforms. Although many people use Facebook, make sure that your target audience uses the site as well. Find out more about those who you are targeting before beginning a campaign so you can become a part of the appropriate social network.
Use tools to measure the power of your Facebook marketing. There are all sorts of tools out there these days to help give you an idea of how potent your Facebook marketing is. You could take a look at something like Sprout Social as a paid service or simply check out your Klout score to see if your efforts seem to be moving the needle.
Your page can “like” and post on other Facebook pages. However, tread carefully here. You do not want to simply spam other walls or post meaningless content. Look for opportunities to add value and interject your opinion. Doing so in the right way could help you be seen as a leader in your field.
Nearly every business could use a marketing boost these days, and with virtually zero over-head, Facebook is the go-to medium. Hopefully this article puts you in the position to begin mastering the ways of “friending” and accumulating a wide audience of customers. The more effort you put into your Facebook campaign, the greater the rewards for your company will be.