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Can Facebook really help your business?

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These days, there are hundreds of social networking websites available online – finding old friends or sharing interests with others is a major factor in their popularity. Many, many internet users have joined at least one of these social networking sites with one of the biggest being Facebook. If you own a business and you are targeting an 18 to 25 demographic to sell your products, Facebook could provide you with a ready market.

The great thing about Facebook is that it provides tools that can be used to effectively market your products and services, as standard. With over 62 million users worldwide, that’s a lot of potential clients to do business with. So, here are a few tips that can help you use this phenomenal site to market your products and services for free.

Make your profile strong and identifiable. With a great profile, you will be able to attract more people to view it. Social websites like Facebook are all about connecting and interacting with other members, so the more relationships you build in Facebook, the more effective your marketing efforts will be.

Join Facebook groups or create your own group. It can be groups containing members of your target niche and it can also be groups of internet marketers where you will be able to help each other out advertise your business or your products and services.

Add some applications (such as games) and syndicate your blog website using RSS. Reach out to as many people as possible. In order for an online business to become a success, targeted traffic is the key and there is no better way than by using Facebook. So, if you think that online advertising or marketing is not working for you, try a social networking site like Facebook and see if you can tap into its potential.

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  1. SEO Beijing  September 24, 2009

    My short answer: Not in China, it was a big shock for me when it got blocked: http://www.them.pro/SNS-China-Everyone-Increase-Facebook
    I know you blog is probably directed at the US but I also think it important to consider Facebook according to markets internationally… the audience and behavior may vary lots! Cheers!

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