Small business owner Sandy Mesmer is convinced that we are becoming a Facebook nation. She shares her three rules that turned her Facebook Page into a vital adjunct to her business web site.
When you run a Facebook Page for your business, one main goal is to drive traffic to your website. You do this by posting links to selected pages on your website. Easy, right? Simply copy and paste the URL and wait for the clicks. Not really. Facebook marketing is an ever evolving art, and sharing links is no exception.
You have three different ways of sharing links at your disposal. Each comes with pros and cons. So, let’s take a closer look…
Does your website cover a visual topic, like animals, travel, cooking or crafts? Then you will love today’s Facebook marketing tip. Learn how to use visitor submitted photos to get more Facebook fans AND to grow your website traffic.
Making an emotional connection with your audience is one of the keys to Facebook success. How do you make that all-important connection? Read on for our top 7 tips.
This week’s Facebook marketing tip is short and sweet… We’ll show you a question that’s guaranteed to get your fans to comment. And it works on any Page as long as you have fans from different countries or states.
You probably know the feeling… it’s time to entertain your Facebook fans with the next great post… and your brain comes up empty. You frantically search for inspiration, surfing your favorite Facebook Pages, checking your RSS feeds, even taking a shower if that’s the place where inspiration normally hits you. But still nothing post-worthy comes up.
Today’s Facebook tip can spare you this scenario, at least temporarily. With a “Themed Week,” you’ll know in advance what topic you are going to cover throughout the week. So, what is a “Themed Week” and how do you organize it? Let’s look at an example…
A sense of community is key to developing a strong Facebook following. Caroline Haynes explains how she nurtures this sense of community, which results in a steady growth of her Facebook Page.
Are you trying to get more Facebook fans, without paying for ads, but feel you are stuck in first gear? Then this twist on an old technique might just be the solution for you. As a nice side benefit, you’ll increase traffic to your website too.
Choosing the right photo for your Facebook post can make all the difference between a “loser” and a “winner.” Let’s look at a real-life example, comparing two similar posts. The difference in engagement numbers and reach is astounding.
If your website tends to attract visitor contributions, especially photos, they can help boost your following and interaction levels on Facebook. Find out how with this real-life example.