Follow the steps below to get a brand new page up and running in just a few minutes.
3.Add your page name, category, and description.
5.Add your website, location, business hours, contact information, and an action button.
Although it’s easy to think of your Facebook page as its own independent marketing channel, it’s important to prioritize growing your owned audience. Otherwise, you could risk being cut off from the customers you’ve worked so hard to reach in the first place.
During the recent Facebook outage, businesses that didn’t have another way to contact their customers were effectively shut down until Facebook could get back up and running. It’s a cautionary tale: growing your presence on Facebook is important, but how does that growth ultimately benefit your business outside of the platform?