Saturday, May 30, 2020

Got Facebook? A Facebook page? Why you may or may not need one

Do you have a Facebook account? If not and you want one you can easily sign up for one at www.Facebook.com You’ll be given prompts which will include setting up basic information.

You’ll want to add a photo of yourself. Be careful here because a picture does speak a thousand words. It says a lot about you. If you’re aiming to build the know, like and trust factor then you want a picture that’s going to promote that. This is not the place to show your wares. Ladies you know what I mean unless that’s what you’re there for and still it’s always good to be discreet but that’s your option.

You’ll be given a couple of opportunities to add friends and you can do that now or later.

When you’re ready to add friends you can use this way and also include more intentional ways that will allow you to target the friends that you add. Adding friends is going to be beneficial to your fanpage activities.

Your profile is supposed to be more for personal, however, it’s also the place that some of your business associates will get to know you. Keep this in mind, your friends will end up hiding your posts if you post too many business updates on your profile wall.

So do you need a Facebook page also known as a Facebook fanpage or don’t you?

If you’re looking to promote your business on Facebook then you want a Facebook page also known as the Facebook fanpage.

Are your ideal clients on Facebook? This is also an important question. There are many ways to use Social Media and your clients may be on Linkedin and not Facebook. If you’ve determined that yes your ideal client can be found on Facebook then a Facebook page would be ideal. How do you determine which Social Media network is best? Through research and this is something I’ll mention on my no cost Social Media Empowerment call and even further during my brand new Social Media Empowerment program.

Having a Facebook page positions you as an individual serious about your business. You also have an opportunity to position yourself as an expert.

When an individual likes your page they’ve actually given you permission to share your business with them, however, this has to be done with skill and not a mere activity of spamming.

I’ve given you some insight that will allow you to decide on whether or not you need to create a Facebook page.

I invite you to join me for my no cost call: 5 irrefutable steps to creating a profitable Facebook page and increasing your likes. Click here to register

I’ll share more on Facebook  including one big mistake you may be making with your fanpage.

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