In a 20-minute period there are over 3 million messages being sent on Facebook. With a platform this popular, it’s no wonder I get a lot of questions around Facebook. Probably the most common being, “How do you grow your Facebook Page,” or “How can I get more Likes on my business Page.”
In a 20-minute period there are over 3 million messages sent on Facebook. Click To Tweet When it comes down to how to grow your Facebook account there are a two primary ways to go. You can either grow it organically or you can go the paid traffic route. Either choice is valid. It’s really a toss-up between speed and ease vs time and effort spent going down the free route.
In today’s episode of the Get Real About Business Podcast I’ve taken this question and many of the other common questions I get asked around Facebook and done my best to answer them for you. It’s the first Q&A session I’ve done on this podcast so I was excited about doing it for you.
One of the questions I didn’t get chance to answer on the show today is about Facebook remarketing. I get a lot of questions around what it is and how to go about it.
Have you ever looked at a book or product on Amazon and then when you went on Facebook you saw an ad for that very same book or product?
That’s Amazon taking use of Facebook’s retargeting pixel. It allows them to follow you around on Facebook and send you reminders from time to time that encourage you to go back and pick up that product you never purchased.
Good news! You can do that too!
I’ve tried to cover all the common questions I get asked around Facebook. No doubt I’ve missed a few. If you’ve got any questions of your own, pop them in the comments below and I promise to get back to you.
I’d also love to know if you’ve got any tips around using Facebook. What advice would you give to someone trying to get the most from Facebook marketing?
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