Is A Facebook Group Beneficial For A Wedding Business?

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Once you’ve created a thriving Facebook page the next step is to create a group. The benefit of having a group comes down to creating a place that allows for more personal interaction. While a Facebook page is focused on promoting your wedding brand, a group gives you a great place to share advice, connect brides, and generally create a

The Pros and Cons Of Facebook Sponsored Posts For A Wedding Business

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There is a ton of Buzz around Facebook in regards to Sponsored posts so here is the news on them. A sponsored post isn’t just a regular status update coming from your wedding business Facebook page. Instead it’s a blending of a status post and paid advertising that allows your post to show up on more of your followers walls.

Setting A Default Landing Page On Your Facebook Timeline Page

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There was a time when the best kept secret of Facebook pages was the fact that you could set up a custom tab with an opt-in form to your newsletter and set it as your default landing page. Businesses loved this as it boosted their fan base, and built their list at the same time. The switch to Facebook Timeline

How To Customize A Facebook Page

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There are a lot of layers to what you can do with a Facebook page. You can keep it simple, or you can add all the bells and whistles and make your page sparkle, driving traffic and leads to your main wedding website. One of marketer’s favorite ways to do this used to be by creating a custom tab landing

How To Set Up Your Facebook Timeline Business Page

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  There is a lot more to setting up a Facebook business page than meets the eye. It is easy, you just have to know exactly what you are doing to have you page jump out at the potential lead who Likes your page. Something that Lawrence Chan points out in his article on his blog Tofurious is that the

Why Brides Want To Follow You On Facebook

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Understanding why brides will like your Facebook business page is crucial. While you are simply trying to find ways to reach new brides and get their attention, brides are there looking to not only get to know your business better, but to interact with you and, preferably get a rewarded in some way according to David Cohen. Does this mean

What You Really Need To Know About Creating A Wedding Business Facebook Fan Page

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  There are lot of factors and decisions that go into creating a good Facebook Fan page. Making a mistake on a couple of them can result in having to start from scratch (and believe me, fans don’t like changing over to a new fan page). The good news is that All Facebook has created a checklist which includes a

How To Optimize Your Facebook Business Page

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  Hopefully your business has a good business page already on Facebook. But is it working for you? If not it is very likely that you’ve fallen for the idea that your Facebook business page is like a website, all about sales. Mike does a good job reminding us that Facebook is more about social interaction than sales in his

Expert Facebook Marketing Tips For Your Wedding Business

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If you have tapped into creating a Facebook page for your wedding business you probably have noticed that the responses and interaction with your content sometimes works and sometimes doesn’t. The cool thing is that there are actually tips and rules to making your page a successful part of your marketing efforts. Pamela Seiple has a great article in which