Sep 17 Posted 1 year ago
Really good read Sue! I think the point you mentioned about integrating your facebook strategy with your website and overall marketing strategy is very important. I've found the best facebook pages are ones that have a really strong sense of community within them, which usually integrate things like user-generated photos and content. On the other hand, they can become a marketing black hole if business owners aren't as tech savvy. Just my pennies worth anyway!
May 18 Posted 2 years ago
Fernando, thanks for your comment. I agree completely!
My apologies for the delay in responding (somehow I missed seeing your comment).
May 16 Posted 2 years ago
I think that it depends on the market of the small business. Some of them, like clothes or fitness are likely to have great results on Facebook. However, other markets are just for branding instead of performance.
Good post. Thanks!
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