Other than a good Facebook advertising campaign, one of the largest sources of hot traffic to your business is through your customers. Showing the customer that your business cares is integral to having a successful business, regardless of its size. Here are 7 ways that you can adopt to fit your various Facebook marketing businesses to show your customers that you care.
Facebook custom tabs are what separate your Fan Page from competition. These are the 3 pictures displayed below your cover photo. Using an iFrame editor, you can create custom tabs that serve a variety of purposes, from generating more fans to running sweepstakes and contests. Here we examine the top 6 trending Facebook custom tabs and how your Fan Page can benefit from implementing them.
Some of our recent blog posts have focused on connecting you with your customers and using custom tabs on your Facebook Fan Page to increase engagement and sales. Contests and sweepstakes are one of the ways you can combine these two tactics, and start turning visitors into customers.
It is easy for Facebook marketers to get caught up in raising the engagement levels of their Fan Pages. Sure, it can lead to higher Edge Rank and more likes, but most posts miss out on a key resource – feedback. Feedback is not only a source of engagement, but allows you to actually connect with your customer base lets you supply them with content that they want. That connection will have a direct impact on your sales. Here are some ways to get engagement with feedback on your Fan Page while increasing your sales revenue.
One of the secrets to a successful Facebook Fan Page are custom tabs. Perhaps you have come across some good examples of custom tabs along your trek through Facebook, but you are not quite sure of exactly what they are and how to properly use them on your Fan Page. If that is the case, this blog post is for you! We’ll be covering the basics, and showing you the hidden power of custom tabs on your Facebook Fan Page.
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.
Those who use Facebook Ads often debate the benefits of using CPC (Cost Per Click) or CPM (Cost per Mille). These two little acronyms cause advertisers a whole lot of grief.
How are we supposed to know which one to use on our Facebook Ads? Even worse is that you are almost certainly paying the price if you aren’t using the right one at the right time. But we’ll get to that.
The great people over all AllFacebook.com recently posted an article outlining some activity surrounding Facebook’s upcoming Facebook Marketing Conference scheduled for Feb. 29th (AllFacebook’s post here). The post sites two sources who have hinted that Facebook could be announcing the release of their new “Timeline” for Fan Pages.
There are a millions ways that a page could get Facebook fans. So it is crucial that you keep yourself from going into Information Overload. Don’t let all the information out there keep you from implementing something right now! Keep it simple, and always take action.
So, let’s look at 6 ways to get Facebook fans to your fan page before bedtime.