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About This Presentation Our 8-part guide is for any and everyone interested in selling and growing their business through the power of social media. So many people think they know social media but they are way off. Strategies that are specifically centered around one goal can hurt you in the long run. Think about it… Wouldn’t you rather learn how to cook versus learn how to fry chicken? If you take the time to absorb the info contained in our guide, you will find yourself as the most intelligent social media expert in the room no matter where you go.
The Social CommerceMaster’s Guide Prior to viewing this presentation, make sure that you view the previous parts of “The Social Commerce Master’s Guide” which can be found on our SlideShare account.
Set up and Manage a Facebook Page That Works Facebook is perhaps the most famous global phenomenon that continues to grow exponentially since its launch. Originally designed for college students, we don’t need statistics to prove that Facebook has moved leaps and bounds beyond its original use. Over time, it became recognized as an extremely powerful networking medium for businesses.
Setting Up Creating a Facebook Page (also known as Brand Page) can provide you a powerful tool to interact with your market on a different level that traditional media will not be able to provide. By helping your customers gain a close connection with your corporate brand, you can turn them into loyal patrons and unpaid brand ambassadors.
Setting Up To get started, follow these simple steps: 1. If you don’t have an existing account, sign up for one. If you already have one, log in and click “Pages” button located on the left-hand side of the screen. 2. Select what type of Facebook page you want to create, such as Brand, Company, Institution and Organization. 3. Fill in all the specific information. 4. Agree to the detailed Facebook Pages Terms. 5. Enter all the relevant information required. Once you have indicated the specific category of your business, you can start customizing your page. Facebook walks you through the entire customization process by providing you a list of pending things you should complete to get started. 6. Upload a company image or logo, which you can also include website, tagline, and Twitter page, along with other social media pages you maintain. 7. Save your settings.
The Social CommerceMaster’s Guide Follow us on SlideShare to stay up to date on our 8-part series. Part 4 of our guide will focus on “Tweeting Your Way To Online Prominence.” The SlideShare presentation will be released on Tuesday September 8th, 2014. Don’t want to wait? The complete download of “The Social Commerce Master’s Guide” can be found for free at bit.ly/SoComGuide
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