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Facebook pages vs. personal profiles Dec 07

funny-pictures-facebook-library-catI recently had a discussion at an online network with a fellow member about using Facebook to promote our businesses.

I’ve been doing a lot of research in the area of using Facebook to promote a group or business, so I’ve got quite a few tips to share.

In the coming months, I’ll be posting about promoting your business on Facebook.  The first post in the Facebook for business series will likely be about one of the following:

* Why it’s important to create a “Page” at Facebook vs. using your personal Facebook profile,

* Keeping them seperate,

* Ways to promote your page including creating ads in Facebook and sharing your page with your Facebook contacts and getting “Fans”,

* Adding photos, events, discussion, and more.

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Bobbi Jo is the owner of B. Woods Design, a St. Paul Web Design company -

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5 Responses

  1. Facebook page is a fun way to interact with customers and would be customers as well. If done right, it can have more traffic the the actual company homepage.

  2. great points mentioned there! thanks!

  3. Neat blog, i plan on saving your article and returning back more often

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