Facebook is everywhere and it doesn’t matter if you are surfing through your favorite websites or eating at your favorite local restaurant, you see that little blue logo that lets you know that with one click you can engage with the owner’s Facebook Fan Page. Today, I am going to start a series of post to help you develop a winning fan page for your online business activities.
Does Your Business Need a Facebook Fan Page?
A Facebook fan page is more than just another way to connect with prospects and customers online. Your Facebook fan page can:
- Drive more traffic to your website
- Build your email list
- Sell more products/services
- Announce special offers and promotions
- Announce events
- Share news
- Provide value to your prospects and customers
- Share photos and videos
- Get feedback from clients and prospects
- Improve your relationships with your prospects and customers
- Improve Search Engine Optimization
- Facebook fan pages are public
- You can communicate directly with your “fans”.
- When a person joins your fan page, it’s published in their News feed – this gives a viral quality to your fan page.
- You have access to more than 500 million active users who log onto Facebook regularly and spend an average of 55 minutes per day on the site.
- Facebook is now the 2nd most visited site in the world after Google
- And Facebook fan pages are free!
Plain and simple, Facebook offers a huge potential to profit and grow your business. Be sure to return to my blog and read the entire series of articles about Facebook Fan Pages, if you take action on everything that you learn here, you will soon enjoy the benefits by leveraging Facebook. Please be sure to post a comment and like this article.
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