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Tips for Marketing with Facebook — 12 Comments

  1. I am searching for a way to market on Facebook using fan pages and the new time line format. I am not at all familiar with this new timeline format and I wonder if there are methods designed for this format which are effective for gaining social relevance on your page. Will I be able to learn these types of marketing strategies on this site? Is there a premium training program that we must pay for?

  2. With 845 million users, Facebook has become an increasingly useful tool for brands, and it’s important to have a strong presence on the social network. Whether your brand is fully established or just starting out, launching a marketing campaign can seem overwhelming. But, it doesn’t have to be a timely or expensive process. There are several small and simple things you can do for your brand on Facebook. I hope this course covers those and more.

  3. I like the idea about starting groups because this is an effective way to drill down on a specific interest among people. And the options for groups are almost endless. For instance, you could start a group about a certain sports team. Then you would know that the people who join that group are passionate about their team. You could then market art work or apparel for that sports team and you will have a target demographic.

    • Hi Angela,

      Targeting the right niche is vital and you seem to understand the principle very well.

  4. I have been considering stepping up my marketing efforts by using social media profiles from Facebook and twitter to name only two. I like the fact that this article quotes several news stories from Ad Age, which happens to be one of the most informative sources for advertising . even though I have procrastinated my initiative to use Facebook ads, this may be a blessing in disguise because I hear there’s major changes coming to Facebook Ads.

  5. This is certainly a catchy title for a webinar. I think the cardinal sin you can commit on Facebook and any other social media network, for that matter, is to blast other people with a message they haven’t asked for nor expressed an interest in. I think the natural and acceptable way of establishing a dialogue is to do so by opening a real, natural conversation. Perhaps you can ask a question to peak their interest.

  6. People get on there to socialize with people they don’t see all the time and that last thing they want is to be hassled by pressure sales. If this is your plan for marketing then get on there and start off by developing relationships with people then progress into sales and marketing. People that get on Facebook are not going to look at your ads.

    • Hi Anthony, I totally agree. Basic rule is to build friendships and then be available to those who ask for help.

  7. I think advertising on Facebook is a good plan but I also think you have to be careful when doing it. People get on there to socialize with people they don’t see all the time and that last thing they want is to be hassled by pressure sales. If this is your plan for marketing then get on there and start off by developing relationships with people then progress into sales and marketing.

    • Hi Russell,

      It really depends whether a person is being pushy which of course is wrong or whether there are ads which are fine if targeted properly.