[tweetmeme] Are you unsure about whether to use Facebook for your business? A new six-country survey from DDB should help convince you that it’s time to hop on this social networking bandwagon. The survey found that Facebook users who like a brand’s page use its products regularly or occasionally, and more than a third “want to buy this brand’s product more.”
If you’d like to know how to go about getting started on Facebook, watch this video for some valuable information. Or you can read all about it by scrolling down below.
It used to be that you had to be on Google to get noticed. But with more than 500 million people using Facebook now – it’s time to change that strategy. In the United States alone, there are 128 million Facebook users between the ages of 18 and 64. Corporate giants like Pepsi and Disney are already cashing in. Why not you?
To learn how to Attract New Business with Facebook – join me for a FREE webinar on Tuesday, October 26, at noon (12 pm) Eastern Daylight Time.
I’ll share tips and strategies on how to set up a Facebook business page, how to get people to “like” your page, and how to engage those people so they become loyal followers of your company’s brand and new customers of your product or service.
I’ll also share with you some time-saving tools that will allow you to manage your Facebook page more effectively while continuing to build your business.
Plus, there will be an opportunity at the end of the webinar for you to ask any questions. To reserve your seat, go to my website now at www.gloriarand.com where you’ll find the link to register.
Now, we only have 100 seats set aside. And as of the date this video was recorded, October 19, I already had 83 people signed up. And once those last 17 seats are gone, that’s it — they’re gone. There won’t be any more room.
Visit gloriarand.com to register or you can access the registration link directly here.
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You are right that good content and backlinks are important – and in fact, those are components of SEO. I’m curious to know which SEO techniques you think are a waste of time?