I do it. You do it. We all do it. We want all of our customers (and cousins, uncles, aunts, brothers and sisters) to Like our Facebook pages.
We know that the more Likes you have are some indication of the traction our business Facebook pages are getting online.
Instead of begging customers to Like your Facebook page (as exemplified in the video below from North Social) why not build a better Facebook page with apps?
Facebook page app creator North Social writes, “brands reeking of desperation when it comes to building their social media street cred look just as shabby”
Basic business Facebook pages are “nice” but with the right tools you can boost its engagement and interaction.
Some apps you might want to consider for your Facebook pages are below. These apps are available from a Network Solutions – North Social new offering.
Create and launch a viral deal on your Facebook® fan page where you can set the number of registrations required to unlock a group discount. Learn More
Visitors unlock a “fan exclusive” download by sharing a wall post (supports audio, video, documents, printable coupons, and more).
Launch a sweepstakes on your Facebook page in minutes with this all-in-one app.
Add and organize your YouTube® video content directly on your Facebook page to increase views and exposure.
Convert visitors into fans of your Facebook page by rewarding them with an exclusive coupon or invitation to a special event.
Huge images help promote your business. Optional “Buy Now” buttons can convert this app into your social store.
Upload a simple image or message for a customized landing page. You only get one shot, so make the most of it.
Create contact forms, online surveys, and invitations to capture valuable information directly from your fan page.
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