Facebook is as ubiquitous today as the television or sliced bread. While most of us grew up in a time before even cell phones existed, today’s youth can contact each other at any time of day, no matter where they are, by posting on each others’ walls. Tap into this constant connection with your customers using the strategies detailed below.

When marketing through Facebook, you’ve got to make your page stand out from the competition. Add pictures and color. These pages are more enticing.

Create a contest on your Facebook page that only fans of your page can participate in. This will make them excited to come to your page. They may even tell family, friends, or co-workers, meaning you will have more visitors coming to your page. Of course, more visitors means more business!

Try using Facebook ads. Paid ads via Facebook can help your business because they let you target your audience in various ways. You are able to specify the gender, age group, location, and more of your audience. You can be as narrow or broad as you like when specifying their needs. Set campaign budgets and bid prices to test as many headlines, images, and ad copy as you like. If your campaign doesn’t work, you can stop it right away so that you don’t overspend on it.

When you post something, one of your intentions should be to elicit responses from your community. Therefore, think about each post and figure out how to phrase things so that people will want to comment on what you have to say. Explicitly asking for opinions is one of the best ways to do this.

Speak with your fans so they can be involved with the decisions you need to make as a business. People love to feel important and knowledgeable. Asking them to help with basic decisions is one great way to do this. As an example, a blogger could ask what posts they would be most interested in reading.

Integrate your campaign across multiple platforms. You want your branding, your site’s look and feel, to be consistent across your Facebook page, your website, your Twitter page, your YouTube channel, and so on. Consistent branding will make visitors feel more at home on all your business’s advertising platform, and therefore encourage more use of all the platforms.

You should consider hiring someone to handle your Facebook marketing strategy. Facebook has become very competitive recently due to its high rate of use, and because of this it can be hard for an amateur to create a quality page that can stand out. If you do not feel comfortable on Facebook this is probably your best bet.

The ability to market to your customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week is amazing. You can also market to anyone anywhere in the world. Facebook gives you the ability, but it is your job to take advantage of it. Use what you’ve read here to create a campaign which fulfills your dreams.

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