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If you are a professional or have a business or company, and have no presence in this popular social networking site, you are wasting a great opportunity to interact directly with your potential market.
If the data above do not convinced, here I give you another 3 reasons:
Today, my main source of traffic comes from major search engines, as I have achieved a good position in many of my pages. However, the traffic coming from social networks Facebook and Twitter are most important “quality”.
Traffic that comes from Facebook have:
- A lower bounce rate
-One more time spent on my sites
-More page views per visitor
Do not forget the effect of “viral” Facebook. For example, when a social network user comments on your Facebook page, all contacts of that user will see that comment, and may direct by curiosity or interest, come to your page, they like the content and become a fan . From there, turn them into customers, there is only one step!
A Facebook page lets you interact with your audience in many ways.It allows you to discuss and have conversations with different groups of people in a more orderly. That creates a greater sense of community within your site and strengthen your relationship with your customers, subscribers and fans.
The pages of Facebook (fan page) give you statistical reports, and although there are many details, let your audience know better, giving you data such as age, sex, location, etc..
For many businesses online, that information can be very relevant and could be used to develop future advertising campaigns, creation of new products, services, etc..
Who can get more out of business in social networking online?
In my view, those who benefit most from its presence in social networks are the brands and celebrities, understood as actors, journalists, politicians, athletes, artists, and anyone who is the subject of celebrity news or heart .
There is a phrase that fits very well have the phenomenon “If you want customers, you’ll get your money, if you get fans, you give your heart”
Business social networking connecting students with companies. The reason? Social networks allow their fans, fanatics and followers are aware real-time intimate details or firsthand information, and can react to them, without intermediaries. And better still, may even receive a reply directly from the artist himself. The dream of every fan.
Many companies are already creating this culture of ownership, outside the Internet we have the example of Harley Davidson. How the Internet? How do you do if you are a businessman and not a star?
Apple iPhone and Starbucks already doing How have this fanaticism? It is amazing how the business is transformed into an attitude not the seller, but in making consumer choice. Who then can get more out of business in social networking online? Do the stars and the brands? I think I have a lot of work to be done.