Social Media Marketing
Facebook is one of the sites that has shown the fastest growth over the last few years and has become the biggest social networking site on the internet. It even outranks Google these days in terms of traffic received.
Currently there are more than 500 million active Facebook users and more than 50% of these active users log on to Facebook in any given day. That is a big chunk of people to market to !
If you are not using Facebook to it's full potential to market your online business, you are leaving a lot of money on the table.
There are many ways to market with Facebook. Most of these ways are totally free and some ways are paid forms of advertising.
I hope you find this article very useful and that you take action with it so that you also harness the awesome power of Facebook to skyrocket your online business. Read more
In this article I am going to explain how you can use Facebook Social ads to drive insane amounts of highly targeted traffic to your websites and make a lot of money online.
Read this article very carefully, because Facebook ads are a form of paid advertising, which means that you can lose a lot of money if you are not careful and if you don't know what you are doing.
Facebook Social Ads work virally, but rather than being spread in a random fashion, they are placed on Facebook members’ pages, based on their profile data – which can make them a powerful sales aid for marketers – especially in this current decade, where mobile devices are now replacing personal computers at the rate of 4 : 1.
However, like any data system spread via the net, there are rules, restrictions and random factors that can greatly inhibit or enhance their success. In this article, we will explore the ins and outs of Facebook Social Ads. Read more
Facebook’s platform allows almost anyone to develop widgets and applications, which are placed in the Applications directory, where anyone can grab an App and “place” it on their Profile page.
It also gives “click and point” ability for people to include or exclude things on their profile (including Ads they like – or don’t like!)
Facebook users report liking the feel of control they have over Ads that appear in their right-hand sidebar. If a particular subject or Ad annoys them, they can choose not receive similar ones. They can “Like” your Ad (leading to more – and to its repetition)… or “Report” it, if they deem it misleading or inappropriate (or even if they’re just in a cranky mood that day!)
Remembering this should help you target your audience even more carefully. Read more
You should have realistic marketing expectations when starting a social media campaign. First, let us set the expectation properly : Social media marketing, and particularly Facebook marketing, takes time.
It isn’t something you just turn on overnight to gain followers, fans, friends, and hoards of consumers saying good things about your brand and/or your company.
Facebook will not do your job for you, it won’t sell for you, and it won’t make you creative. Facebook is a set of tools that, if used properly, can give you a way to reach people in a new and exciting way.
If it’s used improperly, you are sure to spend a lot of money, get frustrated, and ultimately lose faith in a channel that could be very, very good to you. Read more