A brick-and-mortar client wanted to have a buzzing business page with a couple of thousand likes so that it could build authority, add value, showcase its services, build relationships, and build a database with the intention of increasing its return on investment.
No, I didn’t receive an email from Princess Zuckerberg asking me to save her family fortune from the hands of the rebel forces. This is not the typical Nigerian 419 scam. In this version, Facebook is unknowingly misleading its advertisers about its vaunted targeting abilities. If you buy ads targeting the U.S., it is now very likely that you are getting traffic from Nigeria and other parts of Africa, as well.
Many social media experts ponder how you can turn that simple click on the like button into an actual business relationship with potential customers. Some marketing gurus overestimate the like factor by assigning a dollar amount to each and every like a company gains. While it is beneficial to gain that first interest, how can a company or entrepreneur convert that interest into an actual sale? Furthermore, how can they turn that potential first sale into a relationship with a lifetime customer? By implementing effective strategies, you can create a funnel that increases your sales and adds value to your venture.