A quick guide on how to grow your audience on Facebook and make sales on social media.
I’m sure you’re all well aware of the importance of Facebook marketing to modern business-you wouldn’t be reading this blog post otherwise! However, to the busy business owner or marketer, specially one who might normally not entertained spending time on Facebook, getting started with social media marketing can be daunting task. I’ve written this blog post to help the novice get started with Facebook marketing.
People buy from people on Facebook too!
The first thing you have to do is set up your business page on Facebook, do this you have to have a personal profile. You can answer to be a page always be aware that you’re a person commentating communicating with people should be natural in your posts.
The benefits of learning to grow your audience on facebook:
Get discovered: you show up on search engine results and get found on Facebook search giving a business final exposure to clients keeping in touch with existing customers.
Make connections: you can have individual conversations and get your page and post liked by customers and share your content, is spreading your fan base. If you are a bricks and mortar business customers can ‘check in’ and further exposure to their friends and contacts from their smartphones.
Communicate: you can message large groups of people in one go making sales news and health information more effective.
Insights: your Facebook page will help you understand your customers how effective your marketing is, which will help you other areas of promoting your business.
Make sure you let people know about your page and encourage them to visit regularly by posting valuable information that they will love and want to share, exclusive Facebook offers, promotions& contests which was only give customers a good reason to visit your page, all also encourage them to share your Facebook page with their friends.
Usual page to engage with your customers and go out and find more customers are searching to groups and businesses to your target market and interact with them; if comments like their pages and have conversations.
Don’t just sell.
It’s okay to sell on Facebook, don’t make it the only thing you ever post. Remember, Facebook is a social place, so be social. If you went to a party and all you certainly guess why was there was speech marks by something from me and speech marks you would end up standing by yourself very quickly, and searches with Facebook. It’s okay to post sales messages make sure it’s on the part of your activity. One in 10 posts is a reasonable ratio.
What to say on Facebook?
Many people just don’t know what to say , let alone grow your audience on Facebook. You may city your desk and stare at your Facebook page upload logo in your head remains an day we are looking at a blank screen wondering whether you can say is going to draw people to your page, and eventually convince them to become customers.
Well, perhaps you can check out the competition, find out what your rivals are doing. Don’t copy the word for word, but by looking at the comments you’ll get a good idea of what works best and start doing that for yourself.
You can also show other people’s content from webpages with blogs, if it helps or interest your customers they will come back to see more of your shares. You need to have a good idea of what your customers needs and pain points are in order to publish the rights of the content. Speaking to existing customers in personal line will give a good idea on what they will find useful and interesting it could be:
? News and information
? Tips on how toes
? Photos and videos
Picture paints thousand words blah blah blah we will hear the cliche thousand times before. However is never been more true than on Facebook at the moment. Picture will draw people to your posts and a great image could be shared across the net, so always had a good quality, relevant image to your posts. Decent shots on your phone is often good enough, or you can buy subscriptions or individual image is from a whole host of sites. Good quality image will make your posts were both professional and more attention grabbing taken standout gets a general background boards. Enjoy images are good quality and get the correct like you want to be seen need to represent your company’s best possible way at all times so don’t cook corners. Get creative have funAnd your fans will love them!
So go ahead and grow your audience on Facebook page phone, informative, valuable place for your business. Your customers will love it, and your business will benefit from more clients better customer relationships and a vibrant up-to-date community based around your business Facebook page.
By Jeff Guest on Thursday, February 13th, 2014