Free Guide: Facebook Best Practices for 2013!
- Learn how to utilize Facebook’s tools for your business.
- Tips & tricks to get your employees and customers engaged.
- No-nonsense best practices for generating business via Facebook.
Facebook allows companies to stay connected with people throughout their day, whether they are on computers or mobile devices, at home or at work, watching TV or shopping with friends. This allows you to create rich social experiences, build lasting relationships and amplify one of the most effective types of marketing, word of mouth. Fruition’s Facebook Best Practices Guide will showcase how to create an informative and inviting business page that highlights your products and services, as well as how you can increase your exposure and engagement with new and existing customers. These best practices include:
- How to create a business page
- Branding your business page
- Optimizing your business page for search engines
- Utilizing Facebook’s advertising platforms
- Growing your audience
- Engaging your audience
- Tips for creating compelling content
- Measuring for success
Since Facebook has more than 1 billion users worldwide, you have the ability to reach new audience members, enhance your existing marketing efforts and increase exposure and interest in your brand, products or services by utilizing these best practices. To receive your free guide on best practices for business on Facebook, please complete the form on the right.
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Sara is Fruition’s Social Media Manager. She began her professional career in the news industry, then applied her storytelling skills in higher education marketing, where she found her passion in utilizing social media for outreach, branding and recruiting. Sara has spoken locally and nationally on social media marketing best practices. She loves the constantly changing world of social media, and helping her clients win in the social sphere through conversation, engagement and authentic content creation. Sara is a graduate of the University of Colorado’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication.