Social media is a giant that you cannot ignore. More than 3.5 billion people use social platforms every day. That equates to almost half the world’s population, and Facebook is the market leader with 68% of that pie. Facebook averages 2.32 billion active monthly users. If you don’t have a Facebook page for your business yet, you should.
Below are the quick steps to create your Facebook business page in minutes.
If the idea of setting up a Facebook business page seems daunting, don’t worry. You can set up one within minutes easily.
Your profile image is an essential element of your Facebook business page,...
With so many professionals working from home these days as a result of forced quarantine, security is a top priority. If social media is part of your marketing strategy, use these tips to stay safe, and secure your Facebook account during this heavier than normal usage period.
Facebook urges users to always use a strong password made up of a complex combination of letters, numbers, and symbols (alternating case). Be careful not to use a password that can be easily guessed or has any details from your life (your pet’s name, kids’ birthdates, etc.).
Never use the same password on other websites and do not share your Facebook or Instagram login with anyone else. Change your password often to stay extra safe.
Two-factor authentication helps to keep your Facebook account safe by texting or emailing a code so that only you can log in and make changes. Whenever two-factor authentication is...
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Facebook has added a new feature to help businesses communicate with their customers about changes in the delivery of services, hours, or availability.
Businesses with temporary changes such as restaurants that cannot serve food in-house can use this feature to let their customers know they are still open for takeout or delivery. Other companies who have changed their services to online options can also broadcast the message on their Facebook page with this new setting.
To make the change on your business Facebook page, go to Page Settings > Page Info > Hours and select “Temporary Service Changes.” You can then choose “Temporarily Closed” or select “Open with Service Changes.” With this selection, you can choose options such as:
Those businesses that use Other Changes can post things...
To run advertising on Facebook or Instagram, you must have a Facebook Business Manager account. Our clients are encouraged to open their own accounts from the beginning so they have access to the information at all times and are able to update information and roles as needed.
Step one is setting up a Business Manager account with Facebook:
Once you are logged in to your Business Manager account, you can create the ad account: