There are many different opportunities to help grow your business when it comes to this popular social media site. The information that follows can help you use Facebook to market what you have to offer and grow your customer base.
Add Facebook sharing buttons on your website. Most blog platforms will automatically integrate these elements but you can easily find the code needed to add these buttons by visiting your Facebook settings. These buttons are a great way to encourage your readers to share your content while reminding them about your Facebook campaign.
One way to target your customers with specific ads is to add your email list to the “custom audience” feature on Facebook. This increases your conversion rate and lowers the cost of your campaigns as many more of the people you advertise to will convert from leads into full fledged sales on your site.
Try buying Facebook ads. These can be customized for people of a specific gender or age to see them. You can also set a budget for yourself so that you spend as little or as much as you can afford. Additionally, you don’t have to make a long-term commitment. You have the ability to stop the ad at your convenience.
Keep track of how many sales you generate thanks to your Facebook campaign. Count how many customers purchase products with the coupon codes you share on Facebook. You can also use a visitor counter to keep track of how many people follow links to product pages you share on your Facebook page.
Put together a Facebook contest. People love fun things like contests and quizzes on Facebook. It’s one of the things that makes the social media site so very special. It’s not that hard for your company or brand to put together a contest, and it can really open up the engagement level of your community.
Use Facebook as a customer service tool. Invite customers to send you questions, comments or complaints by commenting on your Facebook page. This is a great way to display your excellent customer service policies. Answer questions in details and offer refunds or new products right away to the customers who complain.
Keep track of how your page is doing. Monitor your Facebook page’s traffic. What sort of posts and content seem to get the most attention from your customers? Take note of what really seems to interest people and what doesn’t. Keep track of this information so that you can better plan for the future.
Remember to post on your Facebook page. When a business sets up a Facebook account, they will often release a flurry of posts, and then nothing for months. For this type of marketing to be successful, you need to post in a strategic manner. You do not need to post 15 times a day, but a few times a week is a great idea.