Want to make your Facebook status updates work even harder for your business? Here are three ways you can use status updates to reach your target audience.
Are you ready to create a social media plan for your business? In this webinar, you learn a five-step process to build and maintain the social media efforts for your business.
Are you looking for a great example of a small business on Facebook? Check out Cherry Street Coffee House in Seattle and find many smart ideas that you can borrow.
Would you like to have a simple web address for your Facebook business page like the big brands? Facebook calls this a username and it’s easy to set up.
Are you ready to build your Facebook business page? Here are instructions for creating and setting up your Facebook page (part 2 of 2).
Are you ready to build your Facebook business page? Here are instructions for creating and setting up your Facebook page (part 1 of 2).
Facebook allows people to create personal and business accounts. Both types allow you to create and administer business pages, but they have different privileges. Here’s an overview on Facebook accounts.
If you decide that your business should be on Facebook, it is important that you separate your business presence from your personal Facebook presence. Here are four reasons why you shouldn’t mix together personal and business on Facebook.
You’ve created a Facebook event. Here are some strategies for how you can use Facebook to invite people to attend your event.
You get to decide how much interaction you allow your fans on the wall of you Facebook business page. This important decision determines how much interaction you give fans with your business and within your fan community.