Here’s How To Start With Facebook Marketing Pages

The Future of a business depends on Social Media Interaction…

If you’re hesitant about getting involved with Facebook, then this post will hopefully make you change or at least start in the right direction when it comes to your Facebook Business Page(s).

But before we look at the training here are the main reasons why you SHOULD be on Facebook…

Why Your Business Should Be On Facebook

If you thought that having a Facebook presence is optional these facts will change your mind…

  • Facebook is the #1 website in the world (since 2013)
  • There are over 1 billion people on Facebook and more than 500,000 login every day
  • 5 new Facebook profiles are created every second. On average, a user spend 20 minutes on Facebook per visit
    510,000 comments are posted every single minute.
  • 42% of marketers say Facebook is critical or important to their business
  • 53% of shoppers who click through from a Facebook page make a purchase
  • Consumers who follow a link to a retail site from Facebook spend an average of $100
  • 51% of fans are more likely to purchase from brands they “like” on Facebook
  • A Facebook like is worth an average of $175+
  • 68% of marketers say Facebook ads are effective in fan and customer acquisition

And much much more…

Facebook pages have evolved so much these last few years and it’s an entirely new ball game.

Luckily for you you don’t have to worry about figuring Facebook Pages out. You don’t have to worry about old and ineffective strategies that worked back in 2011 that some people are still teaching.

The training below will show you how to start in the right direction…

Video 1 – FB Overview

Video 2 – Finding A Niche

Video 3 – Creating Your Page

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About the author

kostas papadakis

Kostas is an Entrepreneur with a Proven Track Record in International Strategy, Business Development & Marketing Functions in the IT, Defence, Security and E&E Industries and Markets. Kostas now spends most of his time raising his 3 beautiful children and running his 3 businesses between London, UK and -always sunny- Athens, Greece.

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