Categories: Social Media Created on: August 16, 2017
This is a tutorial for Facebook beginners. It can be confusing for those who don't use Facebook often how to post something to your business page, as opposed to your personal facebook profile. This tutorial shows you how to post a listing to your Facebook business page.
If you recieved a Social Media Powner Point Template, so that you can easily create branded graphics to post on Facebook or other social media platforms, this tutorial will teach you how to use it. We chose Power Point because most of you have it and it is the perfect way for us to create this template for you to use.
This tutorial shows you how to create a Facebook Ad. Facebook advertising is among the cheapest and most effective way to advertise your listings, brand yourself and much more. AND, you do not need to be a computer techie to do it. Trust me, Facebook wants everyone to do it, so they make it very user-friendly. In this tutorial, you will find out that in order to create Facebook Ads, you start by creating a normal Facebook post, and then "Boost" it. You will learn how to targer your audience by location (City, Zip Code, etc.), Age and many targeting options as well. I use a LISTING in the tutorial as an example. There is another tutorial in which I show you several more ad types you can try, like slideshows and more. This tutorial, however, is perfect if this is your first time createing a Facebook ad, or want to do an ad for a listing.
IMPORTANT: This tutorial assumes that you have already created a Facebook Page (business page). It also (optionally) assumes you have already acquired a Power Point Social Media Template, HOWEVER, if not, that's ok. If you don't have a Facebook Page or Power Point Social Media Template, see the other tutorials on those topics.
This tutorial focuses on getting more Facebook (business) Page LIKES, Facebook Post LIKES, getting others to notice you, increasing visibility within the local business community and ideas of some EASY, interesting post ideas! It would help if you have already watched the other Facebook tutorials, or at least already know how to "boost" posts.