Facebook recently announced that it would implement a new feature that would change the way people used the social media giant. Limited to beta testers, Graph Search made its debut to the social media world with a spark of controversy. It seems people didn’t realize just how public and tangible their information had become.
Graph Search is an eye-opener all right. Now I can find pictures a specific friend has liked, or places they’ve recently traveled and checked in to.
Facebook has recently added some new features to Facebook Offers. Here are some reasons why you should start using Facebook Offers for your business, the benefits from Offers, and how to successfully create an Offer.
Money Can Buy You (Facebook) Friends, But Can It Buy You Customers?
As seen first on AllFacebook.com.
Of the many avenues to advertise online, Facebook is one surefire way to get your brand out to a growing public and get people talking. From corporations to personal brands, Facebook presents pages as a way for people to discuss their mutual interests, and the social network allows the owner of the page to see what the chatter is all about. More likes should mean more business, right?
As first seen on business2community.com.
When I started my first business online, trainbaseball.com, I didn’t even know how to start a webpage. Instead, I created a fan page on Facebook. One year later, I had attracted over 140,000 fans, collected over 70,000 email addresses, and generated $1.2 million in sales. Interested yet? Keep reading, and I’ll explain how you can replicate my success.
If you’re going to jump into the Facebook game with your business, chances are you will get a few things wrong. Below are the top 7 strategies you need to implement in order to create a profitable fan page on Facebook that attracts new visitors and creates raving fans that turn into loyal customers.
Well as a big snow storm has been pounding the Northeast, I find I am in desperate need of something to warm me up. Like I said, I am covered in snow and in
desperate need of something to defrost my life. So while searching for a Fan Page for this week’s Fan Page Friday, I finally decided on everyone’s favorite (well, most people’s favorite) coffee shop on a cold winter day, Starbucks.
Hey guys! Well here is installment #2 of Fan Page Friday, where every week we take a look at a different Facebook Fan Page and talk over what they are doing right, what they are doing wrong, and what we can all learn from them.
How will you protect your Fan Page from being Shutdown?
I know a couple of people that had their Facebook account shutdown because they were either mass friendly people through their profile which is not something that I recommend you to do. But anyway, for just various reasons, if you built certain things in Facebook, you need to do it according to their Rules and Regulations. If you happen to break one of those rules, they will shutdown your account and you’ll never get your Fan Page back, all your fans will be gone and all the work that you did will be history. So, I am here to give you a quick and easy new tip on how to protect your Fan Page from being shutdown. All you have to do is create another ADMIN that would have a control over your Fan Page, it maybe either one of your friends, your brother or sister, your spouse. Someone that you can trust and won’t mess your stuff up.