You can have a Facebook page, a Twitter account, and even a LinkedIn business profile, but there’s no point in running a social media campaign if it’s not designed to drive leads to your business. Learn more in the eBook.Download now!
Pages are intended primarily for one-to-many broadcast. You run the show, your Likers join in. That’s not so say that discussions can’t take place between community members, they can, but it’ll be within the context of a post that you initiated. One of the things that many people are unaware of with Pages, is that if a user posts on your Page, only you and anyone directly visiting that Page will actually see it.
Fishing seems simple. Throw a line in the water, wait for a bite, reel in a fish. But real fishing, just like fishing for customers on Facebook, is actually deceptively difficult. It requires finesse, strategy and skill. Facebook is a busy pond full of anglers, all fighting to land as customers.
Mark Zuckerberg must have been nursing his wounds, wondering what could possibly go wrong next. A landmark decision yesterday in Australia means that Facebook advertisers could soon be forced to moderate all comments made on their pages.
Eighteen million (36%) UK consumers have engaged with brands through social media. This figure has doubled from only 19% back in August 2011. Social sharing is big, and not just for the younger generation.
Do you have a pretty nice fan base, but you’re struggling to come up with ideas to engage them on a daily basis? One proven approach is to help your fans. This blog post contains 3 techniques used by some of the most successful Facebook pages. Try them on your page to see how your fans respond!