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- Reputation on Facebook is based on likes and engagement making it difficult for most new pages to get started.
- Building the first few thousand likes is the most time consuming and expensive if you do it yourself.
- Doing your own Facebook ads on average will cost you ten times more than working with a professional Facebook advertiser.
- Web design and marketing companies cost effectiveness = DIY
Step by Step Guide for Building a Successful Facebook Page with Facebook Advertising.
- Build a foundation of over 10,000 likes with global Facebook advertising campaigns matched on interests and languages relevant to your page. Spend as little as possible.
- Split your funds between building a larger foundation and experimenting with campaigns targeted to potential customers or your ideal audience.
- After reaching 25,000 to 100,000 likes, change all of your spending to focused and targeted campaigns.
- Facebook users trust a larger page with more engagement and distrust a smaller page with low engagement.
- The type of person that will participate on a new and small Facebook page is generally the same type of person that will never click a Facebook ad. They are called an “early adopter” and they already stopped clicking on Facebook ads years ago.
- This combination of who clicks on Facebook ads with what pages need more likes means large pages get more likes for almost nothing while small pages spend a fortune to add a few people.
- How? Larger pages pick up more recommendations for free from their ideal audience, get more referrals and have more successful ads built on a better reputation.
- Customers finding a website often check a brand’s Facebook page before buying. Seeing a neglected page can cost you the sale. Seeing a larger page can get you a bigger order.