Email List Building – Pay-Per-Click Advertising

In this video, you will discover:

  • Why pay-per-click advertising is the most overlooked yet powerful email list building strategy available today
  • The dollar amount that you are willing to pay for a new client and how to turn that into a profit
  • The simple formula that proves why paid advertising to build your email list virtually guarantees a return on your investment
  • The opportunity to leverage Google Adwords and Facebook Advertising to showcase your website to build your email list
  • The distinction between organic and paid search results on Google and how to get seen
  • The fastest path to get found online and how to generate more clicks to your website to build your list
  • Why Facebook admits that you have to pay for your fans to see your posts (and how to do it)
  • 3 examples of Facebook advertising campaigns to build your fan page or your email list
  • How to tap into the advanced targeting options available on Facebook to show your ad to the exact client you want to attract
  • 6 examples of Facebook advertising you can start implementing today


Email List Building – Social Media

In this video, you will discover:

  • How to attract clients and make money through (not from) social media, by giving value and establishing connections
  • How to tap into the massive opportunity with Facebook for marketing your business and building your email list
  • A simple 2-step formula to ensure you’re establishing value and a relationship with your audience so they buy from you
  • How to boost your engagement with your fans on your Facebook fan page
  • Dozens of examples on how to establish community and engagement with your network
  • One simple trick to allow fans to optin to your email list directly from your fan page
  • A free plugin from Facebook that goes on all of your web pages to immediately build engagement and go viral
  • 4 simple strategies to establish a compelling presence on Twitter
  • The most powerful page on Twitter to join the immediate conversation happening in your industry
  • Leverage the same techniques and strategies for LinkedIn and Pinterest and Google+


Email List Building – Content Marketing

In this video, you will discover:

  • Why content marketing is more relevant today than it was less than 12 months ago
  • How to get your high-value content to cut through the clutter and get noticed
  • How to post the content on your blog and post it on social media for recycling and repurposing
  • 6 steps for posting content online to get traffic and get leads
  • How to generate compelling content using video, audio and text
  • How to leverage social proof and credibility of your content to build your email list
  • The most important part of your content that compels visitors to optin to your email list
  • The magic bullet that gets your content ranked on page one of Google
  • 5 ways to share your content on social media to get even more visibility and awareness


How To Get More Facebook Fans

I’ve seen so many people make this mistake I decided to do a video about it. I hope you find it useful. If so, please post a comment below or let me know of any questions you have about it.

Enjoy!

How To Get More Facebook Fans

This video shows how to get more Facebook fans on your fan page by properly linking your Facebook personal profile to your company or business fan page.

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

How to Crush It with Facebook Ads

It seems there are a lot of people out there that have a negative view of using pay-per-click advertising to build their list. As I shared in one of my earliest posts – paid advertising is in fact one of the BEST ways to authentically and rapidly build your list with highly qualified and motivated leads. But, you have to be willing to pay.

So, as an Internet marketer, I strongly feel that online ads are an integral part of any marketing campaign.

It’s our duty (and sometimes a challenge) to design ads that catch the user’s attention and get them to click on it. It’s as simple as that.

One of the more popular places where online ads have been growing in popularity is on Facebook. The social networking site has over 750 million users – which demonstrates a massive reach when it comes to offering your services into new markets. Thus, it makes sense that Internet marketers have been using Facebook as another platform (along with Google AdWords) to extend their marketing campaign.

But, there is a catch. What is the success formula for creating an effective Facebook ad? While there is no “magic bullet” that addresses how to design the best converting ad, I provide here a list of guidelines that you can follow when designing your own Facebook ad.

Targeting
This can actually be broken down into two sub-categories: demographics and keyword targeting. It’s always important to consider your market in terms of age and location, so you can focus on delivering your campaign to the right people. Facebook offers so many more targeting options beyond those such as language, education, relationship status, likes and interests.

You can also choose to filter your ads through keywords or interests that can be linked to your ad. With any ad campaign, you can do a little research to find out what keywords best fit you. But, being able to target to specific interests and likes (i.e. other fanpages on Facebook) to target users is very powerful.

Facebook even gives you suggestions on the different type of topics or interest and how large an audience it has based on an interest keyword that you type in. This could be a new way to choose your audience if you want to target them based on their specific interests.

Design
The problem with Google AdWords (although I love them) is they are just plain text. You can’t get really creative with your ads and use compelling and interesting images along with your copy to make your ads really pop. This is where Facebook Ads are killer. You can choose an image for your ad that are going to grab the attention of your target users and use interesting images that are going to make people want to click it! It’s been proven that people will be more inclined to click on ads with a cool picture rather than a plain block of text.

Simplicity
Keep your ads simple. Since you only have so much space to play around with it’s important to come up with a short, yet compelling copy that will catch people’s attention. If you can combine your copy along with your call to action in the ad – then go for it.

Numbers
The statistics for your ads are critical to see how effective the ad you’re running is doing. Information such as impressions (how often your ad is viewed) or conversion (how many times your ad has been clicked) are super important. Not too mention how much money you’ve spent on the ad so you can tweak different elements to make it more effective.

Now that you know – it’s time to start cranking out some Facebook ads! Just make sure you use this list of guidelines.

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

Everything Happens for a Reason

If you’ve been following me on Twitter and Facebook recently, you know that I had a nasty ski accident out here in Vail, Colorado. I was here for ski training with my race team from Stratton Vermont for 4 full days of skiing and training with some of the best skiers in the world. Skiers were here from all the Olympic teams spanning from the USA to Austria and Canada. I had a day where I got to see some of my heroes on the slopes – Ted Ligety, Bode Miller and even Lindsey Vonn.

Unfortunately, I had a freak ski accident and ended up damaging my knees (both of them) pretty bad. I thought it wasn’t too bad – but as the pain got worse, I got it checked out with X-rays and an MRI along with multiple trips to the Vail Medical Center and their doctors and specialists. It turns out that I completely tore both of my ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and meniscus (knee ligament) as well as chipped my bone on my outer left knee. I will end up needing reconstructive surgery on both knees and have several months of recovery with physical therapy and many weeks on crutches. No skiing or physical activity for 6-8 months and possibly back for tennis next summer and competitive skiing next winter.

You have to understand – skiing to me is like nothing else. Beyond my wife and kids – it’s one of the few things that inspire me and motivate me more than anything else. Needless to say, I was quite saddened and devastated with what happened.

During these last few days (in particular from the time of my accident to my final diagnosis from one of the best sports medicine doctors on knee injuries) I learned a lot about the people around me – and myself. Below is what I discovered – and I share it with you so can learn from my perspective – as I’m sure we all have trying times like this where the outlook does not look good.

Think positive. During the two days when I didn’t know exactly what the diagnosis was, I stayed positive. And, I mean ultra positive. Talking to my wife Fabienne and others – I consistently thought about the good that will happen – focusing on the result that I most wanted (full recovery and no long term impact.) Even though I now need surgery and will not ski for the better part of the year – being in a place of positive expectation and having an optimistic attitude helped me with going through this experience and not feeling down or negative about it – and ending up not having a worse situation than I am in now.

Bigger purpose. This experience led me to believe there is a reason behind this accident – and a bigger reason I am choosing to have this experience and what it means for me in my long term purpose here on Earth. Yes, it may sound kooky – but I believe it. It’s all about rising to the challenge and stepping up to what this experience is going to lead me to next.

Focus. Now that I have this time to reflect – I can focus clearly on what really matters. Yes, I will still watch the ski videos and obsess over skiing – but this experience leads me to believe that there is a time for being present NOW – and focusing on what really matters most. My family (my wife and kids) and the close friends I have with me. This is by no means a life altering accident – but it’s in these times of challenge that we should all find it important to reflect and contemplate on what matters most.

Gratitude. I am certain that being in a place of gratitude during this time – if not all the time – is critical for feeling positive and upbeat about what is going on around you. I had a long conversation with my wife Fabienne where I listed everything I was grateful for – in this moment. My wife, my kids, my friends, my work, my surroundings, my support at home, etc. I didn’t stop with just the obvious – I drilled down to being grateful for the glass of wine I had that night. Gratitude works wonders – if you trust and state what you’re grateful for.

Humor. I definitely needed to laugh along the way. From the funny picture about the beef jerky I posted to laughing with my ski buddies here about my accident and their own experiences with ski injuries – laughing and making light of a situation can help you feel even more positive and optimistic.

Long term perspective. Although I was really down and upset about what happened – I had to put things into a longer term perspective. Will I ever ski again? Yes. Will my knees recover 100%? Yes. Can I walk (with crutches) and be present with my wife and kids? Yes. For a time I was pissed about not being able to ski this season. But, it’s only one year. I’ll be back next year – and every other year – for many years to come. Think of the joy that will bring me and those I am with.

Community. This is where it gets really inspiring. The comments and support and reaching out from so many – was so supportive and uplifting. The comments on Facebook alone were partly responsible for keeping me motivated and inspired. It felt so good to be recognized and loved in that way – something that social media and technology can do for us – unlike anywhere else. People from under the woodwork on Facebook reached out and offered words of support, recommendations, a place to stay and even a ride to the airport. For this – I thank you…

So, I do believe that everything happens for a reason – if you think about it in that way and allow yourself to believe it. If you go about your daily routine and never think about the subtle coincidences or big shifts that leave you wondering about WHY – remember this: It all happens for a reason.

Perhaps it’s time for YOU to step in and step up. Or, perhaps it’s simply time to slap on some skis and hit the mountain. 🙂

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

p.s. As I wrote this I was listening to some reggae music and this track from Ziggy Marley came on. His words resonated with me and I wanted to share them with you. Again, everything happens for a reason…

Life has come a long way since yesterday I say
And its not the same old thing over again I say
Just do what you feel and don’t you fool yourself I say
Cause I can’t make you happy unless I am I say I say I
Got to be true to myself got to be true to myself

The Skinny on Google+

The Skinny on Google+In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a new kid on the social media block. And our friendly online giant, Google, brings it to us.

I’ve had a lot of questions about Google+ ranging from how to use it and is it worth paying attention to. Many people out there are calling it the “Facebook Killer” but I don’t see it like that. The social media landscape is vast and varied enough that there is (currently) enough room for another player in the game. I say – bring it on! Google is obviously a HUGE player in the online world so anything they do – you pretty much HAVE TO pay attention to it.

Google+ is offered on practically all Google products (Gmail, Google.com, Google Docs, etc.), and its adoption is spreading quickly. I heard recently it attracted more than 10 million user registrations in the first two weeks (more than Facebook or Twitter during their initial launch phase.)

But, as a marketer – what do you need to know? What’s the lowdown on Google+ to help you with marketing and your online presence?

Well, here’s what you need to know as this new player starts to emerge.

In a nutshell, Google+ enables real-time updates (like Twitter) and lets you stay in touch with “circles” of friends (similar to Facebook, but with easier options for creating and viewing groups). You can also check into places with it (like FourSquare).

So, what’s in it for us marketers? Although Google+ is still relatively new, we can already see what it has as potential from a marketing perspective.

+1 Feature. Similar to Facebook Like – it allows you to promote and share webpages and content online by ‘+1’ the page. So, many marketers have already started to add Google’s “+1” feature to content pages and websites. That means more user engagement for you from your website visitors and another method for people to spread the content and get the word out.

SEO. Just like with any other method of social promotion, the more +1’s your content gets, the more likely Google will consider the topic relevant to those search terms. It’s a recent SEO trend, which relies more on recommendations and people suggesting relevant content as opposed to “black and white” marketing strategies to get your content on the top pages of Google. So, over time Google will factor +1 scores into its search algorithm. When you write about a subject on Google+ and your circle (friends) Google that subject, your comments and links are displayed on page on of Google.

User Intelligence. The more you use Google+, the smarter the platform gets as recognizing your usage and recommending items in your News Feed. You’ll start seeing increasingly relevant updates and content coming from within your network – meaning users most interested in what you have to say will find your content more easily, and will be more likely to refer to it and share it.

Influence. Google+ is another way for users to share what they’re reading and watching. Right now, the people on Google+ are people – it’s not available to companies or brands yet. So, the early adopters and users of this platform are able to establish the trend and how interactive the platform is with their network. So, the biggest influencers on Google+ will become the most active and influential sharers of content.

Even though Google+ is just starting out, its reach and ease of use make its implications for online marketers worth consideration. Join today and stay tuned to see where it goes!

Here’s an amazing secret to use Google as a marketer:

+1 notices are posted in everyone’s Gmail inbox – meaning if you +1 something it has the potential to show up right in someone’s Gmail inbox – which is where they are spending most of their time anyway – in EMAIL. This point alone makes Google+ a must for any marketer.

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live it!

p.s. Check me out on Google+ here. http://gplus.to/derekf and check out http://gplus.to to get your own customized Google+ URL.

The Lights Are On, But Nobody’s Home

When it comes to Internet marketing, we tend to get overwhelmed and distracted with all the “bright shiny objects” to help market our business. And what happens is most people jump into all of them – but never actually COMMIT to the work and follow-through that is needed. When it comes to your website, blog, email, video, social media, etc. often times people will do THEM ALL, but unfortunately NOT DO THEM ALL WELL.

Here’s an example. I love to check out someone’s online presence when they express interest in coaching with me. It’s one of the first things I do. I will check out their website, social media, videos, etc. It gives me a great sense about them and their business (and their online marketing challenges) when I spend JUST 2-3 minutes reviewing their website and online presence. I recently went to a website (they indicated their website was still in the “beginning” stages) and saw it was “Under Construction.” It remained like that for months… I mean, come on!

Don’t flaunt it if you don’t have it!

If you “say” you’re active on a social media site but have nothing there, what does that say about your online presence and even more importantly, your business? How do you expect to get clients if you’re saying one thing about your marketing, yet not actually doing it? You’ve got to walk your talk, not just talk your walk. You hand out business cards with a website you’re ashamed of that doesn’t get you any traffic or leads? You’ve got to be serious about your marketing to be serious about making money with your online business. If not, you’re basically saying “lights are on, but nobody’s home!”

Here are other examples that you want to think about:

Website: Just get it done, really. There is no excuse you have to delay buying a $9.95 URL via GoDaddy.com and have a fully-functioning website setup on WordPress within minutes. Hire a web designer on elance.com or odesk.com and get a decent web banner/logo and just some simple welcome pages for your site. The words “Under Construction” on your website are worse than having no website at all.

Social Media: I see so many people that are jumping on the Facebook and Twitter bandwagon when they haven’t even stopped to think for a second if it actually ‘makes sense’ for their niche. They create a profile, setup an automated feed of tweets and then walk away thinking, “Great, I’ve now used social media to help build my online business.” I’ve visited countless websites to see the prominently displayed and ever-popular “Follow me on Twitter” or “Visit me on Facebook” links. So, I visit and see there is practically nothing there – it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. It’s like false advertising. Worse is when you visit a Twitter profile and they have no picture, no bio, no tweets – nothing but just the account. It’s like – who is this person?

YouTube: I’ve visited people’s channel on YouTube only to discover they only have ONE video posted to their account. Not good. The video had nothing to do with their business – but a family vacation trip two years ago where the kids were water-skiing. Yet, the website I was looking at had a button and a link saying, “Check me out on YouTube for my videos!” Why bother

Blog: Don’t say you have a “blog” when you don’t have anything to share like high-content articles or content-rich posts. Blogs are designed to share fresh, current and relevant information. It’s hard to say you have a “blog” when you haven’t posted anything in months.

Email: This is the worst of all. If you’ve added someone to your list and you don’t have a consistent strategy in place to email them and deliver content to them on a regular basis, then why did you build an email list to begin with? It’s like inviting someone over for dinner and the guest commits with an emphatic “Yes!” – But you never stay in touch with them and actually invite them over. You need to stay in touch with your list!

The moral of my rant here is to stick to what works for you and JUST DO IT. Don’t get distracted or influenced by what everyone else does; focus on what works for your niche. When you do commit to something for online marketing, then COMMIT. It’s all about ACTION, not PERFECTION. If you do it half-assed, honestly, and this is my personal opinion, it’s almost worse than not doing it at all.

So, it’s totally cool to hang out in different places online to market your business and help other people, but make sure you’re actually there.

I look forward to “seeing” you there…

Until Next Time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

Mobile Internet Marketing Secrets Revealed

This is the second part of my two-part article I’m sharing about how to start the new year off with a bang – for your authentic Internet marketing. With all the bells and whistles out there, it sometimes is confusing and overwhelming to choose which tools, systems and applications to use to help market your business online.

In this article, I will share some of my best “mobile” tools and applications for helping you market your business online. Looking for other Internet Marketing secrets? Check out my previous blog post here.

 
Google Voice

I setup a free account on Google Voice over two years ago and have been using it ever since. Think of the power and ease of use of Gmail along with your mobile phone. Got a wireless signal? Use Google Voice to make ridiculously low priced international calls. And, I love the transcribe feature via email. I setup my home phone to forward to my Google Voice so all the messages are transcribed and sent to me via email as opposed to having to take the time to dial in, press commands, listen, etc.
 
GoDaddy

Really? GoDaddy as a favorite mobile app? With the hundreds (yes, hundreds) of URL’s we own across Client Attraction and Derek Fredrickson, I use this nifty mobile app all the time to search, buy, bid and manage all of our websites and URL’s. Got an idea for a new URL and don’t want to risk the chance of missing buying it? Why wait? GoDaddy allows me to buy and bid on the URL’s right from my mobile phone.
 
LogMeIn

Got a file on your computer at home and can’t send it to the person you’re standing next to? I use the mobile app from LogMeIn to access my remote computer and easily execute commands and perform tasks as if I was right there. It’s very efficient and helpful in cases when I’m doing tasks or activities from my main computer when I’m traveling and can still access them remotely. Hint: I also use Dropbox to help manage online file access so I can access any file from any computer without having to share or email files back and forth
 
iPhone

Ok, this is where I might hurt some people’s feelings. I’m a big Mac guy – with everything. I have the pods to the phones to the TV’s and of course the computers – all Apple. So, I could not list my best online mobile apps for 2011 and not give credit to the platform that makes it all possible which is the iPhone. It’s just all around fantastic for so much of running my business and allowing me to stay connected with my network.
 
Ping.fm

Ping is my favorite online mobile app. I use it in two ways. One, I setup my mobile phone number with Ping.fm so I can use the service from my phone like sending text messages. Short, sweet and simple. I don’t need to login to a site or anything like that. Just open my text messenger app on my iPhone and start typing away. Second, I have my Facebook and Twitter account linked to Ping.fm so I only use this service when I want an update sent to both Facebook AND Twitter. Else, I will just use the Twitter iPhone app (see below).
 
Twitter iPhone

I tried all the others out there (Tweetie, Twitteralator, EchoFon, HootSuite, etc.) and this is by far my favorite. If they ONLY supported timed tweets (setup a tweet for delayed posting) it would be the end-all-be-all. It’s very user friendly and intuitive and supports all Twitter functions you need in a simple interface. I use it all the time to repost my favorite tweets (blog posts) to get more people on my list. It’s very effective.
 
Facebook iPhone

How can you run an online business and not be using the Facebook iPhone app is beyond me. It’s by far the best out there – and really the only game in town. Not only do I use it to stay connected to my Facebook friends, but also I use it for posting photos and status updates on my Facebook fanpage. Hint: Did you know you could post a photo with a comment directly to your fanpage from the Facebook iPhone app? It’s really cool. Just click the small camera icon from the status update section on your fanpage and then click the “Upload a caption” before you upload the photo – presto!
 
Pixelpipe
My secret weapon, revealed! I use this photo-sharing app for sharing my photos on both Twitter and Facebook. And, I’ve set it up so when it posts to Facebook – it posts as an actual photo – not just a link to a photo from my status update. It goes right into my Mobile Photos folder. You have to setup your services first on their website (I setup Twitpic to feed Twitter and Facebook separately) so when I upload a photo from my iPhone to the Pixelpipe service – it streams it out to both (as a picture) simultaneously.
 
There you have it! My best mobile tips and secrets for 2011 – I hope you enjoyed it!

Until Next Time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

Authenticity Will Build Your Facebook Fanpage

There is no dispute that Facebook is a big deal. I mean a really BIG deal. Just recently CNN reported that for the first time ever, Internet users spent more time on Facebook than Google. Meaning, the trend is moving more towards people using Facebook for not only just social networking and sharing status updates with posting photos – but for searching and finding information relevant to what people are looking for. See the CNN post as the source: http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2010/03/17/how-facebook-overtook-google-to-be-the-top-spot-on-the-internet/

What does this mean to you? Well, with almost 500 million users and Facebook posing a big threat to Google for search engine traffic – you better pay attention. How? In this post I will reveal some of the best ways to build your Facebook fanpage for your business – so you can convert more fans to your list and ultimately convert those prospects into paying clients. Cool, huh?

Disclaimer – these strategies may seem straight-forward at first, and not as “super cool” or “ninja like” as other Facebook fanpage tactics. Why? This is “authentic” Internet marketing where I place more value on the person and the relationship than the number of fans you can get. Sure, you can Google “facebook get more fans software” or something like that and pay $100 to get 100 fans overnight – but what good does that do? Chances are if you’re following me and reading what I have to share – it’s all about authenticity and not about the “churn and burn” approach to list building and getting clients.

Now, I like to view building your presence on Facebook with your fanpage in a similar way to building your email list. Meaning – you need to focus on some of the same ideas and concepts to build your Facebook fanpage as you would to build your email list. Facebook is in many ways another source of traffic and your fanpage is like the email list. Ideas like your IFO and sharing relevant high-value and high-content information is still priority number one. You can have an amazing fanpage setup and a killer message – but if you’re putting out crap content on your fanpage, why bother?

There are some specific differences though when it pertains to building your Facebook fanpage that are relevant more to Facebook than your email list.

Exclusivity
Offer something on your fanpage that isn’t available anywhere else. This can be as simple as a tip of the week or a quote that you don’t share on your email list or blog. It’s a specific piece of content that people will feel compelled to pay attention to if they know they can’t get it anywhere else because it’s exclusively on your fanpage. You can take it a step further and mix it up with video or other content (like articles) that are only available on your fanpage. People will want to follow you and get that information more so than anywhere else and as a result become a fan of your fanpage to get that exclusive access.

Relationship
Facebook, like other social media outlets, is more about the relationship than anything else. Yes, you might have heard this before, but do you really do it? I mean – let’s be real. You don’t get clients from Facebook. You get clients from the relationships you build with people on Facebook. So, as a result – you need to make building those relationships on Facebook a top priority. The more you really show up and be present with your network on Facebook and build that relationship, the more likely they are to join your fanpage and become a fan.

Engage
Engaging with your network is HUGE. You could say it’s part of the relationship but it’s really more about contributing to the conversation that’s happening on Facebook. Comment and answering questions is all about engaging with your audience. If someone comments on your post or photo, do you reply/engage with them by replying back? If not – that’s kind of a big deal. It’s like having a conversation in person and someone saying – “I really love this photo or quote you posted” and you just standing there not saying anything. Duh!

Contests
A new approach to engage people on Facebook is by offering contests. Kind of like a hybrid of the exclusivity and high-value / high-content information you have to share where you offer “something” to people on your fanpage where your fans essentially compete to win something of value. It could be a 15 minute coaching call, a product, a great resources you have, etc. The more participation and “friendly competition” you have – the more likely it will spread and get others to participate and as a result increase your fans.

Now here are some of my top ways to easily get new fans to your fanpage (most don’t require a lot of explanation and should be self-explanatory)

  • Ask your Facebook friends. You can invite current friends on Facebook (friends meaning they are a friend of your Facebook profile) to “Like” your fanpage
  • Invite your email list. Why not make mention of your Facebook fanpage in your ezine or emails to new subscribers they can also connect with you on Facebook?
  • Promote your fanpage using Facebook fanpage box. You can easily put a fanpage “Like” box right on your website where with 1-click people can become a fan of your fanpage. Check out my www.derekfredrickson.com as an example
  • Facebook Like button for blog posts. Whenever you post a blog article, be sure to allow ways for people to 1-click they like your blog posts. WordPress has great plug-ins for this and again – check out my www.derekfredrickson.com blog posts as examples
  • Tagging friends in status / notes / photos / videos. If you upload photos and videos to your fanpage and “tag” friends – those updates will appear in their news feed and highlight your fanpage to their network of friends. Hint – to tag someone in your status just type ‘@’ and type part of their name and you will see a drop-down list where you can select your friend
  • Follow Me button. Use this on your website to allow people to directly click and visit your fanpage
  • Invite your Twitter followers. Specifically refer to your fanpage in your social media “tweets” where you offer a great resource for people to learn more about you and what you have to offer
  • Advertising. Facebook ads is actually my best way to secretly add tons of new fans to your fanpage. Will be discussed in a future post though. ☺

Follow some of these Facebook fanpage secrets and you’ll be soon getting more fans (authentically) and ultimately more clients.

Until next time… Learn It, Love It, Live It!

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