My soon to be husband thinks that Facebook is the devil out to ruin people’s lives, because a past flame of his used it as an opportunity to cheat on him. He still does not have an account to this day, even though he has moved on to a great relationship with me (smile). Well, this article is not about my man’s disastrous past love life.
So, are you wondering how Facebook is ruining your business?
Here is the answer: Facebook is ruining the businesses that have not created a customized business page to promote their products or services.
The answer to this question is actually geared more so toward entrepreneurs who currently do not have a Facebook Business page to promote their business, products, or services.
If this is you, keep reading. You will be introduced to five easy suggestions for creating a fun, but professional Facebook Business page.
If you do have a business page on Facebook, then you may already be aware of the positive impact this powerful free marketing tool has had on your business. You have increased the effectiveness of building a list of prospects and keeping your existing clients by tenfold! And it is an excellent resource to market your business, products, or services.
Build Your Facebook Business Page with These 5 Easy Suggestions
1. Creating Your Customized Page.
There is no limit to the number of pages you can create. This is your opportunity to let the world know about who you are, what you do, and how they can benefit from you.
Don’t be afraid to show your personality.
If you stay casual, then you will attract more people and make satisfying connections.
On a professional level, it is good share your company mission, your target market, services or products, company history, and your business email address.
2. Maximize your Facebook personal profile with your customized business page.
I am sure you want to get a lot of exposure for your business. A simple method to get a lot of business exposure is by adding your customized business page to your Facebook personal profile page.
When I added my business page to my personal profile, I experienced positive results almost immediately!
3. Showcase your favorite personal and business photos.
Just because you are creating a professional page does not mean it can not be fun and interesting. Photos are one of the most viewed content on the Internet. Along with your professional photos, share snapshots of your vacations, family events, experiences, or something humorous.
Your contacts will know more about your life and favored interests. They will be able to connect with you on a deeper level, which all boils down to building trust and eventually long term business relationships.
4. Make it a goal to post on Facebook at least twice per day.
Facebook is the perfect place to connect with people anywhere in the world. There are an abundance of people to build relationships with your personal profile page and your customized business page.
I strongly advise you NOT to constantly pitch your business, products, or services.
Mix it up a little bit by sharing your personal life, current goals, special interests, etc. Otherwise, people will think you are spamming them with your products or services.