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Facebook Messenger Guide and Etiquette [Infographic]



Facebook is still the world’s biggest social media platform, so most people use it to communicate with each other not just for personal reasons, but for business reasons as well.

But whether you’re using Facebook as a person or a brand, you can get your message across better if you follow these unofficial yet generally accepted rules of social media etiquette:

Facebook Messenger Guide

Tailor your tone for your audience

The tone you use will help establish your brand’s image, so you can be sassy and snarky if you want, but only if your intended audience will appreciate it. When in doubt, go with neutral and upbeat to engage your audience

Reply within a reasonable time

You don’t have to respond to messages the moment you get them. Nevertheless, you still have to respond to them at some point especially if the massages include questions.

End your conversations well

If a conversation comes to its natural end, don’t forget to thank the person you’re talking to, as well as ask them if they need help with anything. The last impression is just as important as tube first one.

Facebook etiquette goes by all these aforementioned rules, but there are many more in the Facebook Messenger Guide and Etiquette. Check it out to see which you’re already doing, and which ones you should incorporate in your social media campaigns. Thanks to SocialMediaToday for this helpful infographic.

Get the Right Type of Facebook Fans [Infographic]

7 Questions to Get the Right Type of Facebook Fans - 315

7 Questions to Get the Right Type of Facebook Fans - 315Quality is more important than quantity when it comes to Facebook fans. Ask yourself these 7 questions so you can attract and get the right type of Facebook fans. You’ll  improve the quality of your fans and increase leads and sales.

1. What are your business goals?

Do you want to expand, promote new lines, have fun?

2. Who is your target audience?

You must know the demographics of who buys your product.

3. How does your audience behave online?

Where do they hang out, what do they enjoy, etc?

4. How can you help your audience?

What problems can you solve, necessary services can you provide?

5. How do you communicate with your audience?

Know how and where your consumers talk about business.

6. What makes you different?

How do you differ from your competition?

7. What do you have to offer?

Create trust by offering something for free that can help your consumers.
Here’s my latest infographic inspired by my blog post on PostPlanner.com.
Thanks to the team at www.Visme.co for their great infographic tools and for creating this beautiful infographic for me.

7 Questions to Get the Right Type of Facebook Fans