The Importance of Using Customized Facebook Pages that are Built to Capture Leads
One way to accomplish this is with a customized Facebook Fan page that is built to specifically capture leads.
I’m sure you’re heard of Facebook… Yes, that site that currently has over 750 BILLION users? That’s it.
Any smart business knows they need to have a strong presence on Facebook if they want to continue to grow and prosper.
How does a lead capture Fan page work?
Let’s say a business prospect lands on your lead capture Fan page because it’s clean, attractive, and professional-looking. They get just enough information to pique their interest so they decide to take your free offer in exchange for their email address.
They now want to know more about you and decide to venture over to your website to get even more information… Not only that, but now that you have their email address, you can start communicating with them on a regular basis and work on converting them into a customer.
Can you see how this process can end up giving you an endless stream of new leads?
Ensure that your business is on the front lines. A sleek, real-time and inspirational Fan page will draw in customers who did not know they needed what you have to offer.
Put your advertising dollars in the right place. As a savvy business owner, harness the energy of social media fans who will “like” your business.
When you customize your Fan page, whether you are a small business, non-profit or service industry, your web presence and reputation will catapult your bottom line to high profits and product longevity.
Nothing motivates people more than liking what their friends like. When you use customized Fan pages to capture leads through social marketing, your business is sure to be a winner.
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