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7 Strategies To Boost Your Facebook Business Page

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Facebook is an outstanding social media site that develops social connections between people. The good thing is that business people can now easily reach Facebook users to promote their products or services virtually. Here are some strategies for improving your Facebook business page that will help your company grow and accomplish its goals:

1. Optimize your page description

Having a well-established Facebook business page encourages potential buyers to engage with your brand. You can do this by optimizing the ‘about’ section of your business page; this is the core of having an effective business page. It is important as well to develop a two-way relationship with your customers. Provide your best contact information on your page, so clients can talk to you with ease. If you have a separate website, you can also provide a link to it in the ‘about’ section. Facebook is a great platform to promote your company’s services, and many apps have been developed that you can simply integrate with your page to allow for further optimization.

2. Build good content to encourage sharing

Quality content goes a long way. But of course, you must focus on what is valuable to your customers and relevant to your brand. It is not ideal to sell your products all the time; it can overwhelm your potential clients. An ideal way to encourage users to buy your product is through engaging content which adds value to the needs of your customers and sells your product at the same time.

3. Target your posts

Everything you publish needs to be targeted so it will be delivered to the right people. You can target prospective customers by location, gender, age, language, and status. Targeting your posts can increase respondents and lead to enhanced customer commitment to your business. Facebook is a great tool for targeting potential customers through your posts and/or campaigns. But before anything else, you must first define your target market and subsequent marketing plan to ensure success.

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4. Be timely

Relevant and informative content will be useless if it is delivered in a delayed manner. One advantage of using Facebook as a business page is that you can form real-time connections with your audience. You can schedule posts depending on what time will be most relevant and effective.

5. Include a call-to-action

Businesses can now direct their customers to a landing page with less effort. Facebook allows business users to include a call-to-action with their campaigns. A call-to-action is a link that will take users to your company’s website or product page. An excellent call-to-action can drive more users from Facebook through to purchasing products and/or services with ease. Facebook also gives businesses the ability to track the number of users who have clicked a particular call-to-action.

6. Give freebies

Freebies excite customers and potential clients. Giveaways and special offers can actually gain you leads and increase brand awareness. For example, imagine you decided to run a giveaway. You can make it a requirement of entry for users to share a particular post. This sharing activity can attract more people to visit your business page and encourage them to take a variety of desired actions to help grow your business.

7. Hold a monthly contest

An efficient way to boost Facebook likes and shares is through running a monthly contest. There are various kinds of Facebook contests you could consider implementing:

  • Interactive quiz: Facebook users answer questions and winners are picked randomly.
  • Sweepstakes: a lottery approach with a prize being awarded to one, or a few entrants
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  • Instant win: entrants are required to do a certain action before accessing an instant prize.

Running an effective Facebook contest will create great exposure for your business. But always keep in mind that benefits should exceed costs- determine whether your company can afford to hold a contest, and whether it is really necessary.

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