Tips for Facebook Marketing – Part 2

3 Facebook Marketing Tips for Network Marketers DREWAs I go about my day, I’m often torn between all the moving parts of my business. Can you relate? From incoming to outgoing, from emails to phones, from meetings to follow ups … it all gets overwhelming. Especially when it comes to Social Media.
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Back to Managing social media. It can be a full time (non paying) job if not used properly. What sites do I go to and when and for how long and for what purpose. Hopefully I can bring some clarity to you and take you out of overwhelm. In todays show I offer some tips for Facebook Marketing for entrepreneurs, sales pros, RE Agents, network marketers etc . Check out today’s show here
Was that helpful? I would love to hear which of those tips for Facebook Marketing you found the most helpful. If we continue to compare notes, and throw our best secrets into the mix, we all leave with more secrets and tips. Very cool

Here are 3 tips for Facebook Marketing that you can implement today

1. Leverage the Existing Traffic to Your Site
As you probably know, it is advisable to have a website for your business since it functions as your sales transaction base or – if it were a brick an mortar … your store… where people can buy and/or learn about your products and services.
You should be leveraging existing traffic on your site by promoting on social media with images that can be seen and clicked, which are direct links to your Facebook page and/or any other social media account pages you have.
2) Determine the Best Day (and time) to Post
One important tool is Facebook Pages have is the Insights. By going to your Posts Insights, you will be able to see the average time when your fans and followers are online. Make sure you are focusing on proper time zones as well.
In case you’re planning to schedule three posts, you might want to check the best hours that your fans are online and select those hours on scheduling your post. I generally recommend 7-9 am, 11-1 and 7-9 pm in your time zone.
Here is the best way to use Insights

  • Go to your Facebook Page.
  • You will see “See Insights” above your Page, click it.
  • From there, you will see your Insights overview click the Posts tab and click it.
  • Hover your mouse on the day you want your post to be scheduled and you will able to see the best hours that your fans are online.

You can also use tools like Hootsuite and Sprout Social that will help you find the data and metrics you need including what type of post you should be using for your social media copies.
3) Use the “@ feature” in Facebook
Using the @ feature for Facebook will let your followers feel that they are important and are part of your business page. The Facebook @ feature lets you tag people or even other Facebook pages. This creates engagement and shows enthusiasm. By using the Facebook @ feature you can communicate with your customers, prospects, fans etc and it can help build relationships and a loyal following.
Hope you found these tips for facebook marketing helpful. If you did please comment and share.
To your success
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  • Sam Kern January 12, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    I had no idea about the time schedule! It really makes sense though; you should post when your content will be the most visible. I love the @ feature on Facebook!

  • Ron Deering January 13, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    Wow some great tips Drew… always with the great value and training… thanks for sharing this with everyone…

  • Trudy Beerman January 13, 2016 at 4:12 pm

    You are so right about the non-paying job that Facebook can be. I just today, signed a new team member and I got them from Facebook, so if you do it right, it can be a goldmine.

  • Adewale Adebusoye January 13, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    Great content, especially about using insights to find out the best times to post. I will check that out. Thanks for sharing!

  • Edna Keep January 13, 2016 at 10:05 pm

    These are great tips for utilizing Facebook! I agree that the @ symbol really helps engage with the audience. Thank you!

    • Drew February 3, 2016 at 4:30 pm

      thanks Edna … doesn’t look like FB is going anywhere – we better learn how to play in that space 🙂

  • Lynette Bledsoe January 13, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    Love marketing on Facebook, thanks for sharing some great tips

  • Nate Ridgeway January 14, 2016 at 12:23 am

    Great tips! You’re a stud!!!

    • Drew February 3, 2016 at 4:29 pm

      yo man … im learning from YOU!!