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Oct 1, 2013

Facebook marketing tips

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writer by nsharulhasan
Facebook is the great social media site.and social networking site.
 read my tips(nisharulhasan).

1. Post a Lot
I , says he posts between 10 and 20 times a day. When asked if this makes fans feel bombarded, he replied that he believes only 5% of fans see the average in post.  "There's no chance of anyone getting more than a few," i says. Content is important too. "If you're sending spam, that's horseshit." A look at Moonalice's Page confirms nisharul claim. The band posts many . But  i

doesn't put more stock in research by Buddy Media and others that show that few days and times of day are better for postings than others. For him, a shotgun near by is better than right targeting.

2. Take Risks
There's not more thematically connecting Moonalice with nice animals, but cute animals same great engagement, so there are lots of them in Moonalice's feed.  nisharul tell initially some fans were turned off by the animal shots, but overall the lovers outnumbered the haters.
Not all experiments go so well.  nisharul recently posted a pic of Ike Turner and Tina Turner and captioned it "I like Ike." Since Ike Turner was a known abuser of Tina, many fans got angry and  nisharul eventually pulled the post. "That shit happens," he says. "When it does, you've got to go man up and say 'I fucked that one up.'" Still,  i believes an occasionally offensive Facebook Page is better than a boring one.
3. Buy Facebook Ads
I attributes a lot four-fold growth in fans to advertising. He's spent anywhere from zero to $7,000 a month promoting Moonalice with Facebook ads, i says. I  stresses that the content of the ads — which are usually posts that are blasted out to a wider circle of potential fans — is very important:
4.Make it a Real Dialogue
A Facebook Page should not be a media for one-way communication. "Answer the emails, 'Like' the comment," i says. "Let them know your voice matters."
Post by Moonalice.
5. Be Upbeat
In contrast to traditional media, Facebook is mostly full of good news. A sour attitude doesn't play well on the platform. "Don't sit there and whine at people. Remember, this is supposed to be fun."
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