Thursday, April 3, 2014

Excellent Advice And Information About Facebook Marketing

By Marcus Biggers

Facebook is free and can be accessed by all people. You can reach elderly shut-ins, rural youths, or an international audience through Facebook. The following information can help you use this resource and market your business on Facebook.

Do not sign up for a Facebook account and expect the name of your brand to speak for itself. Even if the brand you are marketing is fairly well established, you still need to do work to make it even more popular. Failing to do this may result in you losing some of your fans.

It is sad that in the online world we continually do what we will perceive as strange in the real world -we talk about our businesses all the time to everyone even if we have just met them. This is appalling but happening daily on Twitter and Facebook and other social media sites.

We teach our down lines to do the same and to hunt down new friends only to hand our business cards to them. Take off the advertising board on your back and be a real friend and leader.

Do you have a self hosted word press blog? If no, I would highly recommend you to start blogging and provide valuable content. Facebook notes is an awesome feature you can use to make your valuable blog content visible publicly to all members of Facebook. Also, there are applications that imports your blog content into the notes in an automated way. Isn't that cool?

If you are using Facebook to market your business, make sure that you completely fill in the "about" section. This is a great way to communicate what your business is about. It is also an excellent area to put in contact information, locations, phone numbers and other helpful information about your business.

Group positions you as a leader and displays the value you can provide to fellow networkers. Facebook users who join your group can be converted to prospects for your biz by using effective attraction marketing strategies. It pays to establish a group and providing value to the members of the group through emails, invitations to an event etc. I also use groups in Facebook to identify like minded people and to promote my posts.

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