Why Your Las Vegas Business Needs a Facebook Fan Page Right Now!

Posted on 18 September 2009

Facebook has fast become a major social networking website for meeting other business professionals in Las Vegas and it is also quickly becoming an essential marketing tool to help market your Las Vegas business or company. If you don’t already have a personal page, create a facebook page right now. Once you create your facebook profile page, be sure to add a fan page for your business.

Reasons Why You Need a Facebook Fan Page:

  1. It’s 100% Free – in these times, this is an invaluable and no-cost way to market your business products and services.
  2. PR – You can publish articles, links to your blog/s, website or any interesting or helpful articles to your fan page that can help you communicate with people in your network and your fans and help keep your business in their mindshare.
  3. Fan page is public – this means that major search engines such as google, bing, and yahoo! can index the page and your page can come up in their search results.
  4. Personalized URL – upon reaching 100 fans, you can register for your own custom facebook URL (i.e. www.facebook.com/yourcompanyname)
  5. Viral Marketing – when you post content to your fan page, it’s automatically added to the pages of all the fans that follow your fan page.
  6. Applications – you can choose from dozens and dozens of apps that can help interact with your fans including photo galleries, polls, RSS feeds from your blog or presentations.
View my company’s facebook fan page for Perkolate Marketing and Design of Las Vegas to get an idea of what a fan page is all about. For more information, visit How to Create a Facebook Fan Page from tutorialblog.org.

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- who has written 183 posts on Las Vegas Marketing, Web Design.

Michael has owned and operated Perkolate of Las Vegas (www.perkolate.com) for over 10 years and has worked in the marketing and design fields for over 15 years. He has extensive experience successfully strategizing and executing marketing communications plans and online and print materials including major website launches. Michael holds a B.F.A. in Art & Design from San Jose State University, as well as Certifications in Marketing Communications from San Jose Sate University and Web Programming & Design from Computer College of Silicon Valley. Michael has also previously taught Web Design and Digital Imaging at the Art Institute of Las Vegas.

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