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Facebook Page Creation

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by Rishi tomar, Feb 21, 2012.

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    Without creating any business page in facebook is there any other activity to promote business or doing SEO in Facebook?
     
    Rishi tomar, Feb 21, 2012 IP
  2. dotnetappdevelopment

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    In order for your business to influence Facebook to its fullest level, creating a Facebook business page is a necessity. For more information about it please follow below link
    .agent-seo.com/social/creating-a-facebook-business-page-promoting-it-step-by-step/
     
    dotnetappdevelopment, Feb 21, 2012 IP
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    I think its not that much difficult to create business page in facebook... Its a essential process to promote your site through social media pages like Facebook.... Its one of the easiest way to promote...
     
    karthick9, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    creat groups and increase the member and share something in group related in your bussiness
     
    sanjeevkumartpss, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    It used to be that with the right mix of keyword-laden text, reciprocal links, and clever use of heading text, a crafty SEO expert could push a website up in the rankings. But now the focus is on your Facebook page, and you still need to get your brand or business in the top of the rankings. Here’s seven tips to help you do just that.
    [h=2]1. Push Your Brand Or Business Name[/h]The names of your Facebook page, custom URL, and custom tabs are of utmost importance. Search engines see these titles in Heading 1, which means they’re heavily ranked by search engines. Craft the title of your page, tabs, and URL carefully, making sure they contain the name of your brand or business.
    If you’re the proud owner of Joe’s Garage, but instead opt for “Mechanics You Can Trust,” Joe’s Garage isn’t going to rank highly on the SERPs. Your brand or business name is how you’re known and how you’re found, so be consistent when labeling your page, URL, and tabs. And once you’ve named your page or picked your vanity URL, commit to it.
    [h=2]2. Get Links From Multiple Sources[/h]As is the case with traditional SEO, getting links to your Facebook page and custom tabs is extremely beneficial. Links are like recommendations. If one friend recommends you eat at a certain restaurant, you’ll consider it. If a number of your friends echo that recommendation, you’ll be convinced.
    If Google sees that your tabs and pages are being linked to by numerous sources, both on and off of Facebook, then your page and tabs must be important. But search engines also take into consideration where the links are coming from. A link to a custom tab on your business page will be weighted much more heavily if it’s from a popular, recognized source.
    [h=2]3. Get The Most Out Of Wall & Custom Tab Content[/h]More of your Facebook page is indexed by search engines than you may realize. For instance, your wall posts are indexed. But since wall posts lose their relevancy in time, they aren’t given much weight. Still, using your target words and phrases in your wall posts isn’t a bad idea.
    Your new custom tabs you painstakingly created? Relax, those are indexed too. And given quite a bit more weight than wall posts. Remember, well-earned Likes are a significant ranking factor in Bing, and building Likes is one of the easiest and strongest things you can do for ranking Facebook content on Bing.
    So if you haven’t already, build some custom tabs and name them appropriately. Use Heading 1 text, emphasize titles, and add bold text. Custom tabs have staying power, you and your friends can create links to your custom tabs, and you can even provide links to your custom tabs from external sites, so aptly named tabs with multiple links to them will be will be very beneficial in your SEO efforts.
    Here’s where it gets tricky, though. If you use third-party applications to build tabs, make sure they’re configured so they’re indexed on Facebook and not on the third-party’s servers.
     
    Sam Gilmore, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    Yes you can directly post in other pages of your niche. There you will get good clicks. But make sure you will post a direct link because you don't have any page.
     
    matty_wllson, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    I would just tweak this a bit to make it more local. In the case of a local business, instead of targeting mechanics you can trust, I would do mechanic in the bronx or mechanic in flatbush brooklyn. Make sure the keywords you are using have search volume and it is not too difficult to rank for.

    Use the Google adwords keyword tool to check search volume. https://adwords.google.com/, make sure to select exact match in the left match types box
    Also use SEOMoz keyword difficulty tool, http://pro.seomoz.org/tools/keyword-difficulty/, its not free but you can get a 30 day free trial and do all your research within that time span.

    Over the years I have seen people target keywords that have little to no search volume.

     
    oseymour, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    You can advertise your website on FB if you already have one with CPA advertising. Works well when you know how to target your audience and I don't think it's too expensive.
     
    Cybria, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    HI,

    For creating a FB business page not any difficult. But You have to follow some step by step process to built or creating of Business page. After creating page and promoting the business page is very difficult for peoples. Proper presentations and navigation make the business page more effective way to branding your busisss.


    Thanks,
     
    praveen-rose, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    See, you cannot do SEO on facebook, you just promote yourself there.

    If you don't want to create a business page, you can join niche related groups and promote your business there. Make sure you are not spamming there.

    This is one solution, but not very effective one. Because your potential customers may want to reach to you through your facebook page.
     
    C.Rebecca, Feb 22, 2012 IP
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    I've saw local business who are using facebook using "accounts for people" not fan pages.. and they are doing pretty well having around 3-5k friends
     
    kuser, Feb 23, 2012 IP