As always, we all can learn from Anita Clark on her tips for your pay on Facebook.
~ Facebook Marketing Tips ~
This is the perfect time of the year to ramp up your social media efforts. Why? Many consumers will have extended time off and plenty of downtime. You can bet a substantial number of those folks will be on Facebook too. Take advantage by doing key things outlined below to improve the likelihood of new visitors (or even repeat followers) spending time on your FB page this month.
Here are 4 things you can do to get your Facebook page ready for the holidays...
- Concentrate on Themed Photos. Holiday related (or end of year) themed graphics can drive an increase in brand exposure. It is even better if those photos link back to a great article too. A week-long series of photos on key ways to stage your home during the holidays or simple tips for buying/selling during this time of year are also good choices. Remember to include a call to action too!
- Use Social Media to Generate Interest. Whichever social media platforms you use the most, share your Facebook profile to each of those during the week you want more views on your FB information. Use YouTube, Instagram, G+, Twitter, and/or other SM sites to help send more consumers to your page. The more people who visit the more eyes you will get on your photos/content. This is a key step that is often under-utilized. Use your resources to funnel traffic where you want it.
- Be Nostalgic. Create a "12 Days of" content list (be creative and ask your followers to come up with 1 or more days on the list), share toys or other gifts you have received and ask consumers what their favorites were (you could even ask what they wanted but never received), provide your best recipes (or ask for others to contribute theirs). This can be really fun and gets readers to participate which means they stay on your page longer.
- Share Your Story. Use your imagination. Share why you started in this industry, what you love about your career, provide an update on how this year has gone, or even share a few tidbits about your family. Good stories will keep readers on your page and help consumers connect with you.
What are a few things you do on Facebook during the holidays to generate more buzz, increase traffic, or get more consumer participation?
Just like Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD are doing over on YouTube Thursdays, PLEASE stop by the 5 Facebook Business Pages below, LIKE their page, and leave a comment. It is always nice to reciprocate, so if you are visited, please take a moment and return the favor.
A special thank you to Sally K. & David L. Hanson for stepping up last week to produce the weekly Facebook Fridays article while I was out of town. Much appreciated Sally!
As always, enjoy Rainers!
Liz and Bill Spear
I found a few tips in the articles below that I have added to my list to try out when I have a little more time to delve into them (most likely during the holidays). I know there are some excellent tips in the articles below that can help you too so take a little time this week to dissect each article. Come back and give us an update on your results, Rainers! ;-)
Happy Facebook Friday! ;-)
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~ Anita ~
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