If you’re looking for some creative examples of Facebook pages from the small guys, look no further!
More than 1,800 nominations came in from our contest. These represent over 500 small businesses.
Our panel of Facebook experts carefully reviewed the nominees and finalists, analyzing their landing pages, engagement, reader involvement and creative use of promotions (among other things).
Are you looking for more fans, better engagement and more sales?
If so, Social Media Examiner has some important news to share…
But first, here’s something to consider.
Since Facebook made Timeline mandatory for business pages on March 30, a lot of updates and enhancements have been introduced.
Some of them include:
- New layout
- Enhanced Facebook apps
- New Insights
- Sponsored stories and promoted updates
- Ability to schedule updates within Timeline itself
Do you have a favorite small business Facebook page? Keep reading to learn how you can nominate it.
The winners will be promoted in our 164,000-reader newsletter and announced here.
How to Nominate
Please make a single nomination by leaving a comment below and include why you like the page (only your first nomination counts).
Be sure to include a link to the Facebook page you’re nominating.
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Are you wondering, “How does social media work differently for B2B businesses?”
More than 1900 business-to-business (B2B) marketers shared their insights on what’s working with social media marketing and where they’d like to improve.
In this article I’m going to focus on those areas where B2B marketers have significantly different experiences than their consumer-focused counterparts.