Using Facebook to enhance your company’s brand awareness can be a difficult task. While it’s a simple platform to use, it can take much time and effort before you start seeing results.
Real estate agents do it. Ecommerce stores do it. Bloggers do it. Facebook advertising has its pros and cons, but when done right, Facebook ads send valuable, targeted business to your website. What’s the quickest way to approach ads properly? Start by researching your Facebook Ads competition.
As with any type of marketing campaign, Facebook ads and promotions are most successful when they’re targeted. Once you understand who your Facebook audience is, you’ll be better positioned to tailor content to them. Ultimately, this will help you realize higher engagement and conversion rates.
You may have heard that Facebook isn’t quite right for a business in your industry in 2018. For instance, clothing retailers often see more success on Instagram or Pinterest. However, Facebook is still the tried and true platform for small business owners who want to create a foundation on social media. Even millennials still prefer Facebook over other options, and 79% of all internet users log into Facebook.
A healthy collection of Facebook reviews can help distinguish your page, build trust, and boost sales. Plus, with the right approach, they can be easy to accumulate. In this post, we’ll discuss the importance of Facebook reviews as well as how (and why) you should enable them. Then we’ll provide four tips for getting more reviews on your Facebook page. Let’s get started!
Do you know how much money your male customers make on average? Are you aware of how many customers use mobile devices to shop online? What about customer interests like gardening or working out? All of these metrics come into play when you’re marketing to customers and trying to understand how, where, and why they buy. It’s all part of completing a customer persona for the collection of people who purchase from you.
Most people aren’t familiar with Facebook’s work collaboration service. However, Facebook Workplace offers a lot of the same features other big-name tools do. You can use it to set up multiple communication channels, keep track of project progress, set up events, and more. Plus, it’s very easy to pick up if you’re already a Facebook user.
Facebook marketing is one of the most powerful tools available to business owners today, but it can also be time-consuming. Today we’ll take a look at WordPress Facebook Plugins that will make it easier to maintain a consistent Facebook presence, drive website users to your Facebook page, and create more effective Facebook advertising campaigns.
Despite its advancing age, Facebook is still a giant in the social media world. For online marketers, it’s particularly notable thanks to its robust advertising system. However, Facebook now offers so many options through the Facebook Ads Manager that it can be difficult to cut through the clutter.
Facebook has been a giant in the world of social media for some time now. It has yet to lose its influence and prominence, which means integrating it with your website is a must. Fortunately, doing so often comes down to installing a simple WordPress Facebook plugin (or two).
Running an event is strangely nerve-wracking. What if no one shows up? Will you be able to cover the costs with your ticket sales? Fret not, because we’re here to not only show you how to sell tickets on Facebook but how to improve your sales throughout the process.