• Facebook Page

  • Facebook Marketing for Fan Page Owners and Small Business
  • By: David Duffield
  • Narrated by: Roy Lunel
  • Length: 46 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 11-06-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Alex Coffey
  • 2.3 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Facebook is the biggest social network in the world today, and any business owner who wants to grow their business on social network would understand that Facebook provides huge possibilities.
In order to develop an appreciation for Facebook, you will be introduced to how you can use Facebook ads. Learn how to promote your page through social bookmaking websites; if it reaches just a fraction of the users, the impact can be extremely great. Getting more Facebook fans is the key to making more money on Facebook. But how will the creation of viral video on video sharing site allow you to enjoy more Facebook fans? Learn how to create an external promo page and link it to your Facebook fan page and how to use external websites to promote your Facebook page. But how can you use article marketing to promote your Facebook fan page? There are so many ways to promote Facebook fan page and these are just a few. Is it possible to promote Facebook fan page on other social media networks such as twitter? As it gets more exciting you will further discover that you can create your own shop on Facebook.
Facebook has created a variety of opportunities for business owners and marketers and will continue to shake the internet landscape.
©2014 Alex Coffey (P)2014 Alex Coffey
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By Sherri on 07-28-15

Outdated

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book is too old to be useful. Unfortunately there is no copyright date on the description, which I think is very misleading. This book still talks about MySpace and mentions that Google + is brand new.

Would you ever listen to anything by David Duffield again?

If I knew it was current, yes.

What didn’t you like about Roy Lunel’s performance?

It was dull and maybe thankfully very fast.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Extreme disappointment that I wasted my money and caution to always know the copyright date before buying a book.

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By Cynthia on 03-13-15

Scary, but it works

David Duffield's "Facebook Page: Facebook Marketing for Fan Page Owners and Small Business" (2014) works. I'm proof.

The reason I listened to the Audible "Facebook Page" is because I follow "MHS Wildcat," which is dedicated to our small town high school's sports. The page owner is our announcer, a smooth voiced man named Roy Lunel. Lunel's quick and accurate on the call, and he makes it sound like he's known every kid on the field since Pop Warner days.

One day, Lunel did a status update, and mentioned he's also a voice actor and he's done some Audible books . . .

Until I listened to "Facebook Page", I had very little idea how Facebook marketing worked. Sure, I got the obvious: I know why I'm getting sponsored ads for "Our Time". I'm 50 and divorced. But how did Facebook know to keep showing me ads for Pi day t-shirts, as if someone somehow knew I'd eventually order one for each of my kids? And why do I spend so much time on Saturday mornings, happily drinking coffee and clicking away on fun stories from Madame Noir, Buzz Feed and Slate, fighting my way through luxury car ads? Duffield's book answers these questions and more. He tells the average individual how to design a Facebook marketing plan - and even where to find very affordable help doing it.

It's a fascinating listen, even if you're not planning a marketing campaign. It's also a glimpse of how Big Data works, and it's a little bit frightening.

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