jueves, 27 de noviembre de 2014

Struggling With Your Online Business? Use These Facebook Marketig Tips To Succeed!

Struggling With Your Online Business? Use These Facebook Marketig Tips To Succeed!

If you've been paying attention to things online these past few years then you probably are aware of how big Facebook has become. This means that it's a great place to market to people because so many people use it on a regular basis. Here are a few ideas on how to get a Facebook marketing plan underway.

The key to all marketing is to understand why you're doing it. What is your end goal? Once you have that figured out, you can more easily create a plan to bring in exactly who you want to turn from Facebook like into customer. So start brainstorming today - what are you marketing?

Avoid allowing spam to take over your Facebook page. There are built-in filters that can help you monitor your page. Anyone with administrator privileges to your page has access to these filters.

If you have a follower complaining on your Facebook page, try your best to resolve the issue publicly. This will let others know that you are a reputable business and will handle all of your obligations. If you cannot resolve a dispute with a customer publicly, try handling it in private.

Always respond to people when they make a post to your Facebook wall. If someone makes the effort to leave a message, you should also take time to communicate with them. Consider posts on Facebook the way you'd think of a phone call: respond and answer all the questions you can.

Share other content from other platforms on your Facebook page. Does your business have a website? A blog? A YouTube channel? Any time you upload new content related to your business, make sure it shows up on your Facebook Page as well. People are much more likely to be visiting Facebook the day you upload a new video than they are to be visiting your business's YouTube channel.

Setting off some of your content and making it inaccessible to the public is a good strategy for building your number of followers. If your Facebook page has a hidden area that can only be seen by followers, you can motivate more visitors to convert to followers. One caveat, you lose SEO when content is hidden; therefore, limit the amount of content that is hidden.

Keep track of how many sales you generate thanks to your Facebook campaign. Count how many customers purchase products with the coupon codes you share on Facebook. You can also use a visitor counter to keep track of how many people follow links to product pages you share on your Facebook page.

Take advantage of any features Facebook allows you to create custom sub-pages through use of tabs. In addition to your main wall where posts and comments show up, make dedicated pages for any specific topics to your business. Perhaps have a page with contact information, and another with a list of products and services.

Do not send too many mass messages to your fans. This is a very impersonal way to reach people, and many of them may delete the content before reading it. If you have something to share, create a status update about it. People are much more likely to read them.

Don't overdo it on Facebook Updates. It messages fans directly. Only use it for very important events and news like an emergency, etc. It should not be used for promotions, rather to show your concern for your followers and their ability to remain informed.

Use Facebook "likes" to your advantage on your profile page. Whatever incentive you have to offer to get them, the more "likes" you have, the better your business will be perceived by onlookers. This will increase your overall popularity on Facebook and make any campaign you hold that much more effective.

Remember to keep questions you ask in order to engage your readers simple on your Facebook page. Although you want to keep it interesting, the simpler a question is to respond to, the more people will do so! Posing a query that needs only a one or two word answer will garner you the greatest number of reactions.

Branding

Integrate your campaign across multiple platforms. You want your branding, your site's look and feel, to be consistent across your Facebook page, your website, your Twitter page, your YouTube channel, and so on. Consistent branding will make visitors feel more at home on all your business's advertising platform, and therefore encourage more use of all the platforms.

Take advantage of the Facebook Places feature. This will allow people to let others know when they are at your place of business. If you don't link your places page with your main page, people will be sent to a generic page. You want them to end up on the page that has the correct branding, so link the pages as soon as possible.

When you are choosing a Facebook URL, make sure you choose one that is very similar to the name of your business and/or your website. This will help you remain consistent with your branding. If people cannot find you very easily, they may become discouraged and look for a different business to work with.

Integrate your Facebook page with your other marketing materials. Don't forget to be consistent with your branding. For instance, if your website is done in green, don't do a red Facebook page. You want to build brand awareness, and that can only be done when you keep everything as similar as possible. Use your logo, if you can.

Branding is key, so connecting all of your accounts and websites together is very important. To do this, consider running a sweepstakes that involves hidden clues on all of your sites, including Twitter, YouTube, your website and your Facebook. You can even involve newer sites like Instagram and Pinterest, if you wish.

Now that you've learned a little bit about Facebook marketing you should be able to put what you've learned into your marketing plans. Make sure that you stay on top of things because social media is still fairly new and could change at any time. Now the only thing left to do is to get out there and be successful!

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