Facebook Users Love Reading Interesting Articles
Most marketing companies will tell you that you should be advertising on Facebook. It really is the cheapest form of advertising today. This is because so many people log onto Facebook daily and constantly.
In one day, the average person will log on about 4-5 times. If you select your target audience correctly, you could be getting in front of the right people very easily.
This does not mean that all views are created equal. Today Facebook users are changing. If you want to capture someone's attention, you need to create content that will capture the attention of your audience.
Do you believe your product or service is the best out there? State it.
Confidence and arrogance are very different. Ali was infamous for his line "I am the greatest" and he would back the statement up by being the best.
To capture attention, make bold statements, then prove them to be true.
Stand Out with the Media You Post
A picture of someone in front of a camera? Everyone does that. Think of the most mediocre picture that anyone can post on a blog or post. If this is what your picture looks like, you need to be more creative.
People will not read just because it is there. It needs to be entertaining and relevant. The person on the other side of the screen is most likely at work scrolling through their feed. They need to be entertained.
It is your job to entertain and hook them onto your business. Once they are hooked, then they will become customers.
Final Thought: Choose Your target Audience Correctly
When you begin to pay for ads, you will have the ability to target any audience. Facebook is the best platform we have seen so far.
Not only can you target by state and interests, but also by job title. So now, you can target big customers if your product is meant for high dollar investors.
Should you want to become known in the community, you can target just the local area, and set the radius in miles.
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