Looking to achieve marketing that stands out? Marketing that draws attention to YOUR business and AWAY from your competition. Marketing that makes you look good. Marketing that makes you recognized.
Marketing that makes you money.
Well, you’ve come to the right place. This week, we’re telling you how exactly you can achieve marketing that stands out. You may be surprised at how easy it actually is.
Small changes to your marketing efforts now can make a huge difference. So, let’s get started, shall we?
We’ll tell you something you already know.
Facebook is kind of a big deal.
It’s a critical marketing tool due to its relevance with society today. However, your business’ Facebook page can almost make or break you. A page that is constantly managed and current sends business straight to your door. A page that is created (hey, your intentions were good) and isn’t managed sends your business elsewhere.
Especially if you have an effective ad campaign set up, you can really get your business’ name out there on Facebook. Ya know the saying “people talk?” Well, I’m taking it a bit further. People talk on Facebook. When your business is good, people will talk about it. When your business is bad, people will talk about it.
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“I don’t want people saying bad things about my business!” you say. We understand that. BUT, it happens. Even awesome business get some bad reviews every once in awhile. Nobody’s perfect.
But you have to be there when they do talk. Good or bad. Any time someone communicates with your business’ Facebook page it HAS TO BE addressed. Comment? Like it! Review? Share it! (Only the good ones, of course.)
If your page does receive a bad review, show people that you’re addressing it. Make it up to that person publicly. If the review sits idle, people will see it and see that you aren’t doing anything to make it right.
If your page receives a good review, make sure you not only respond to that review, but you also share it all over your page. Sharing it on the page gains a whole new level of exposure.
Seems simple, huh? Responding to Facebook activity? But it can make all the difference in marketing that stands out.
Think that was good? There’s more to come! Stay tuned for more ideas to achieve marketing that stands out!