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social media how toDo you use Facebook for business?

Looking for new ways to show off your products?

You can do more than posting photos to your page to get more customers and prospects to see your products.

In this article, you’ll discover five ways to increase the visibility of your products on Facebook.

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Discover five ways to use Facebook to promote your products.

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social media how toDo you want to build stronger relationships with your social media followers?

Have you considered launching a loyalty program?

A loyalty program is an excellent way to gain audience insights while rewarding your most engaged fans.

In this article I’ll explain how to run effective loyalty programs with social media.

Loyalty Program Basics

Loyalty programs are ongoing campaigns that use rewards to create repetitive behavior among your customers. Participants take actions on a regular basis, and the accumulation of those actions is what benefits the company and the loyal audience.

Since user actions must be easy and achievable, it’s better to provide small rewards on an ongoing basis rather than just one big prize for an action that only a few can complete.

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Discover how to implement a loyalty program using social media.

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social media how toDo you want to increase customer loyalty?

Have you considered adding a social component to your loyalty program?

Your loyalty program isn’t just about rewarding customers. It’s about encouraging ongoing communication.

In this article you’ll discover how combining social media with your branded loyalty program can help you reach your campaign goals.

Why Social in Loyalty Programs?

Marketers have long known that the cost of new customer acquisition is significantly more than the cost of customer retention—up to 7x more according to KISSmetrics.

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Find out how to enhance your loyalty program with social media.

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social media viewpointsAt the Facebook f8 conference earlier this year, founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled Open Graph as “the most transformative thing we’ve ever done for the web” and with that announcement, the disparate strands of the world wide web became more tightly woven.

At the time, and to my surprise, mention of Facebook Credits was minimal at best—but as more information becomes available, it’s my prediction that Facebook Credits will be the NEXT major step Facebook takes toward unifying the online experience from simple, social interactions to true social commerce (or when tied to Facebook commerce, labeled as fCommerce).

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