Whether it is affiliate marketing, stand-alone services or your own product, you can build a business brand with Facebook. The reason is simple, Facebook has more than 1 billion users! These are the potential buyers of your product and all you need is to hire them. There are simple ways by which you can get more sales on Facebook. It’s easier than you think.
There are essentially 4 areas or types of functionality that Facebook is pushing to engage companies to build their identities and brands online. These includes:
- Pages: Pages are created with personal accounts but are different from personal accounts as they are usually meant for business. They are good for brand promotions.
- Advertisements: On Facebook, you can easily run ads with your pages and get reach to thousands of people.
- Sponsored posts: Sponsored posts are the boosted posts on your pages. They are basically ads.
- Facebook Groups : Groups are created and members can easily join and you can also people to Facebook Groups
1. Create a professional Facebook account
Create a standard Facebook account and add as many people as possible. But be careful, not just with anyone! Be selective when adding people. Depending on what you are trying to market, add people who will be interested, as this can help boost your conversion. Once your friends know you and come to trust you, expect a huge cash flow. They will recommend you, share your items and buy from you.
If you’re a blog designer, adding music followers will not benefit you in the long run because you will not be interested in online marketing or blog building.
2. Create a Facebook page
There are many merits of a Facebook page on a Facebook account.
You can create ads
You can increase the messages and select the audience
You can see ideas
You can have more than 5000 likes
These reasons I have put up are one of the few reasons why a page trumps a Facebook account.
Moreover, it has a more professional appeal to it and many large brands have a Facebook page that are almost as attractive as their blog site. In fact, some even add call buttons to the action and make sales directly from your Facebook page. In addition, you can also hire a professional to help you build your business with Facebook.
With one page, you can add posts of your products or services and reach a wide and targeted audience.
3. Use Facebook Groups
If you have a Facebook technology group that has many users, you can easily publish affiliate links, product reviews, or even sell your products. However, do not make the mistake of announcing a affiliate phone link in a religious Facebook group, as it will be seen as spam.
The good thing about Facebook groups is that you can have more than 1 million users and it is easy to manage and it will not cost you a penny. In short, it is much more profitable. You can build business brand with Facebook groups.
4. Publish to timelines
One of the most underutilized marketing strategies is publishing posts in people’s timelines and, paradoxically, is also a widely used method. Nobody likes to be spam. However, there is a better way to do it. Post timeline updates that will be of benefit to the bearer and his followers. This way, it will not be considered a spam or annoying.
With this method, you can reach new audiences, engage your audience properly and drive sales of many kinds.
5. Tags and hashtags
Make no mistake, these two are not similar. Tags can mark a user and attach them to a post. While tagging another influential person in your niche, you can get the attention of your audience. However, use this method in a careful way and resist the temptation to overdo it. This is best done with your Facebook personal profile.
As for Hashtags, you can use specific hashtags to create more awareness for your brands or product and if you’re lucky, your message can go viral. Twitter users will better understand the power of hashtags.
If you are an online marketer, social media marketer or a business owner, Facebook is a cool way to make good money simply by selling services or products.
And listed here are simple tips that are not used by many businesses and business owners to build their business.