The 'share' button on your Facebook page helps you share your status with your Facebook contacts. It is an excellent communication tool that should be used to update your clients on upcoming events, important business or industry news, and new products available for sale.
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A page is the customizable presence on Facebook for a business, organization, brand or public personality. It is for promotion and publicity purposes and also serves as an interaction forum between a business and its clientele.
Clearly, the impact of online social media has been phenomenal, especially for business. Social interactive media is here to stay and businesses that tap into it can expect to record improved performance and better results. The converse holds true. The facts and statistics have spoken.
Facebook offers an excellent forum for any business to engage and interact with its clientele directly. This in itself serves to enhance a business's public profile and is fertile ground for the generation of new business ideas.
Through marketing and just plain demand, Facebook finds itself available to people not just through their home computer and the internet, but from cellular phone companies as well.
As Facebook becomes more mainstream in society not just to every day people but online marketers and even big business, there will be more and more references to it.
Personal privacy is becoming a thing of the past and voyeurism is starting to be a more acceptable means for people. With Facebook and Twitter accounts allowing people to post their every movement.
I do not know how you handle comment spam but once I make the decision not to allow the comment I delete it, so for me the option to recover the comment and remove it from the Akismet spam filter has already passed.
From the moment a person signs into Facebook, they see the Facebook marketing at work. As they continue through the social networking site with whatever they may be doing the ads continue to surface throughout.
Facebook started originally as a photo sharing website where the students of Harvard University could see the profile pictures of people in the school and comment on them. Since the school did not have anything like this before, it had 450 visitors and over twenty thousand picture views within the first few hours.