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Joining The Facebook Marketing Bandwagon

By Kevin Pipe

Jumping on the Facebook marketing bandwagon is easy, but it takes the start by having a website.

Can you imagine? It’s so much easier to sell by the Facebook market than to do anything the old-fashioned way. There is absolutely no reason why every business shouldn’t be using Facebook to promote their message.

The key is to post updates as much as possible. Do it day and night and all throughout the day as well. Also, take advantage of dinner times.

Whenever you happen to update your blog, or add to your store or even think of something interesting, make a note of it on Facebook. Try posting general comments or questions on your page; you are likely to see an increased response from your fans. Post links manually into your feed as often as a day will allow.

Facebook fan pages are another great way to generate sales and energy. There are some easy ways to promote your page. Of course add the widget on your sidebar. But did you know you can even post it anywhere you need it on the web? It can be where you want it all the time.

“Liking” a fan page is as simple as the click of a button and as reliable. Don’t forget to promote it by encouraging visitors to your establishment to visit you online.

Use these tips to generate more leads and traffic. There are many social networking websites, but Facebook is currently the leader in users and buzz.

Your updates will link to your friends’ walls to show them what you are doing. Create contests that can run within Facebook – maybe your campaign would push all contest entrants to Facebook. Then you could even move on to other things like referrals that get you into the game.

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Pipe, Kevin "Joining The Facebook Marketing Bandwagon." Joining The Facebook Marketing Bandwagon. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 19 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/ecommerce/joining-the-facebook-marketing-bandwagon/>.

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Pipe, K (2010, August 26). Joining The Facebook Marketing Bandwagon. Retrieved July 19, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/business/ecommerce/joining-the-facebook-marketing-bandwagon/

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