How to Create a Selling Platform on Facebook

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Creating a selling platform on Facebook is a great way to allow your business to reach the most people possible. Create a selling platform on Facebook with help from the founder of a marketing company that specializes in delivering social media strategies in this free video clip.

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Hi. My name is Kerianne Mellott from MarketingMakesMeSmile.com. I'm a marketing coach and a social media expert. In this video I'm going to show you how to create a selling platform on Facebook. Facebook is a great place to sell your products and services. With over hundreds of millions of people using this platform, your target customer is definitely there hanging out waiting to hear from you. In this video I'll show you several different options and the first and the first is knowing that Facebook ads is part if Facebook's selling platform. If you have a marketing advertising budget already in place I highly recommend that you use Facebook ads to set up some campaigns. The tricky part is knowing how to communicate your promotional messages so that your customer will listen, read and click on through to make a purchase from you. The second option is to use your email marketing software that you already have in place with your social media. If you have a news letter that goes out to a data base more than likely this software also gives you an option to connect and sinc your social media profiles with your news letter. This is another great way to let your audience and your customers know in social places like Facebook and Twitter, that you also have marketing messages for them through your email and your Facebook account both. The third option is to create a third party app. In fact Facebook developers give you the option to create a third party app that you can create on a new tab on your Facebook page. This essentially looks like your website and it can import or display your products or services and also include payment buttons so that your customers can click on through and make a purchase from you all in side your Facebook page. There are several different options out there and so make sure you choose the one that works best for you. I'm Kerianne Mellot from MarketingMakesMeSmile.com and I'll see you again somewhere on line.

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