Your kids, cousins or siblings are probably already on Facebook. Chances are your parents or even your grandparents are on Facebook as well. Are your customers there too? If you think so, marketing on Facebook might be right for you.
Make your page stick out. This can be accomplished by making a brightly colored page or adding a great deal of pictures to it. This will attract more users.
Build a solid fan base on Facebook to succeed with your marketing. You should have 5,000 fans or more before you really start investing in marketing. After you have developed a fan base, you can begin marketing your products by increasing your investment.
If someone posts on your wall, answer them. When someone shows interest in your business, take time out to speak with them, Consider posts on Facebook the way you’d think of a phone call: respond and answer all the questions you can.
The goal of using Facebook is to garner more sales. So set a monthly goal for a particular amount of products sold. Thousands of likes mean nothing if they can’t be converted to real money from sales. Your strategy may need adjusted if you do not see the results you hoped for.
Provide value in every post you make on your Facebook page. Basically, your readers should gain something out of every single one of your Facebook posts. Avoid “selling” on your Facebook page, so as to avoid popping up too much on your subscribers news feed.
Have a place on your page where people can sign up or subscribe. Provide something of value for anyone who registers or signs up, to create an ongoing interaction with interested people. Run a contest or a sweepstakes, or just offer something that they will be interested in getting.
You probably have a personal Facebook page so you’re able to think like a customer already because you’ve been marketed to on it in the past. Your knowledge combined with the information in this article will allow your to conduct a successful social media campaign. With more effort comes more profit.