How to Promote Your Facebook Page

15 Ways to Promote Your Facebook Business Page

Facebook is one of the most visited social media sites on the internet. Everybody loves Facebook. Since Facebook allows you to have several pages, why not build a page for your business and promote it. You have a lot of potential prospects to gain interest in your business.

Here are some of the ways that helped me to get a lot of followers on Facebook:

YouTube Videos.
Use your YouTube videos to guide visitors to your Facebook page. You can post your link in the comment section or have a popup link appear on the video. This will increase traffic to your Facebook business page.

Writing Creative, valuable Content.
Creating valuable, eye-catching content is the key to your online business success. Getting people’s attention with content that can help them will draw people to follow you and like your page. More likes on your page, shows social proof that your business is real.

What About You?
Give a short bio of who you are. Keep it related to your business. Don’t babble too much about how your grew up or how long it took you to become successful in online marketing. Keep it informative but interesting. By your readers getting to know you will give you a stronger connection with them.

E-mail Signatures.
Add your Facebook URL into your email signature. If you have an email list or sending personal emails of any sort, have a link to your Facebook page under your signature so more people can visit your page.

Blog postings.
When writing your blog posts, the end of each post include a link to your Facebook page. You add a creative phrase as to why they need to visit the link.

Twitter.
Twitter is the next best thing to Facebook. In your daily tweets, mention your Facebook link. Or you just write a comment on why someone should visit your Facebook page.

Respond to Comments on Blogs.
Check your blogs daily and interact with the people who share their comments. This will show them that you are appreciative of them taking the time to visit your blog site. When posting your comment always include a link to your Facebook page.

Facebook Ads.
It costs a little bit of money to do Ads on Facebook. Your ad will get seen by millions of viewers in Facebook. If you produce a great advertisement, your business could make good profits from it.

Facebook Profile.
In your personal Facebook profile, include a link to your business page URL. Put your business URL in your contact information.

Facebook “Like” box.
Put a “Like” box on your page. Keep track of how many people are liking your page. Whether people are visiting your page for the first time or already following you, they can like your page. The more likes you have on your page when it’s being visited, it draw even more attention from others. This is a great way to get your page noticed.

Do a contest.
This is a great strategy in getting more traffic to your site. Do a contest with your friends on Facebook, do a post that says you are giving away something free for whom ever send you the most Fans to your business page. I do a lot of contests for my business page and it brings a lot of fans to my page who usually subscribe to my mailing list.

Comment on other’s posts.
Comment on other people’s posts on Facebook and include a link to your business page URL. This is the same strategy you can do when commenting on blog posts.

Ask followers to engage in conversations.
Ask people for their opinion or to start a topic on your wall. Post questions that will draw the attention of people visiting your page. This can help you get more traffic to your Facebook page, after all it is a sociable site!

Offline Marketing.
Mention your Facebook page URL in your offline advertisements. List it on your business cards, brochures, pamphlets, newspaper and magazine ads.

Webinars.
If you do a webinar, you should have the people who register, sign up to your Facebook business page. Usually they will sign up after watching your webinar. This is an easy strategy you can use to get people to visit your Facebook page.

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