If you’ve been paying attention to things online these past few years then you probably are aware of how big Facebook has become. This means that it’s a great place to market to people because so many people use it on a regular basis. Here are a few ideas on how to get a Facebook marketing plan underway.
An ideal way to encourage fans is to always reply to their wall postings. Monitor you wall regularly, and reply to any @ messages. When it is someone complaining, you must reply immediately.
Consider buying some Facebook ads. You are able to customize your ad so that it reaches your target audience. There are a lot of options when it comes to how much you spend, too, so you can adhere to a tight budget when needed. A long-term commitment need not be made. You can quit posting your ad at any time.
It is truly a myth that every business HAS to be on Facebook. The cost of the time taken to plan your campaigns, maintain your page, communicate with fans, and advertise can become a massive burden on a small business owner. Consider carefully if the costs will be outweighed by the profit increases.
Do not post so much on your Facebook page that people will begin to feel too saturated by you. You want to give them something to think about, so let a little space flow in between each posting. Facebook recommends new page owners post no more than once or twice a week.
Talk to your audience on your Facebook business page. If someone is taking time to write something on your Wall, you should answer them. It’s similar to someone calling your business. On the phone, you would talk to them and answer their questions to make a good impression. This concept is the same with email and web form submissions. It needs to be the same with your Facebook page.
Have fun with your Facebook marketing. This seems like an odd tip, but really it’s very important. A lot of people approach Facebook marketing as a serious job. It is, but your tone can’t be too serious. This is a social medium where people gather to have a good time talking. If your brand feels like a stick in the mud, you won’t get much traction.
Now that you’ve learned a little bit about Facebook marketing you should be able to put what you’ve learned into your marketing plans. Make sure that you stay on top of things because social media is still fairly new and could change at any time. Now the only thing left to do is to get out there and be successful!