We are right in the midst of the holiday shopping season but there is still time for small business owners to boost sales starting now.
In this two-part series I am going list 8 ways for local businesses to boost sales using the power of Facebook. So let’s get started.
My idea with these list posts is to filter the social media news that I see each day and present to you great social media articles from the past week that will help you in your own online business to see better results.
I will mostly focus on Facebook as that is my area of focus now, but will be include news from other area of social media as well if I think they will help.
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Last week I posted the first part of my Facebook ads case study. That post covered how I built my target audience for the ad, what my campaign goal was and why the image is the most important part of the Facebook ad.
In today’s post I want to share with you the results of that ad campaign and talk a little about how I am going to tweak the campaign further to hopefully improve conversions.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
In today’s post I want to share with you the results of that ad campaign and talk a little about how I am going to tweak the campaign further to hopefully improve conversions.
Facebook recently announced they would be putting greater emphasis in their news feed on post links that feature high quality content.
Learn how to share a link on your Facebook page in the right way
I thought it would be interesting to share with you today a case study of some ads I started running for my Sociallution Facebook page.
I intend to document in a series of case study posts how these ads performed and why I think some of these ads performed better than others.
One thing I find many people are surprised about when it comes to Facebook pages is that 90 – 95% of all fans who like a page will NEVER return to that page.
That means that once a person likes your page and becomes a fan they will rely on what they see from your page popping up on their news feed to decide if they will engage further with your brand.