So many people fail to connect with their Facebook followers, or fail to get people to join and end up wasting time and resources. Writing informative posts and engaging your followers with things that interest them is the foundation of any successful Facebook page.
Before you get to all that, you need to have a Facebook landing page setup as soon as possible, this landing page has many purposes. These include not overwhelming first time visitors with a busy wall, and instead offering them a simple place to like your page, and understand what you’re about.
Some Facebook landing pages will explain benefits offered by liking them; businesses do this a lot to promote special deals, tips and news that are shown first to Facebook users.
For those new to Facebook landing pages we want to offer some examples, first up you can see our simple page for following us on Facebook here. This is one of the most simple, sometimes better, pages that simply points you to the ”like” button, and explains where to go next.
If you want a step-by-step article that explains how to create a custom Facebook landing page in around 5 minutes, then you should see this article that goes into detail on how to do this, and you’ll find it one of the best guides around.
Another option is shown here on the popular Facebook news website, which uses a method of installing static HTML iFrame tabs. The article covers how to create the Facebook landing page in three simple steps. They even offer you some basic HTML code that will get you flying through the creation process.
You can see the BMW Facebook landing page below, this points the new visitor in the right direction to like them in seconds, and also offers a simple graphic explaining why you should join them.
Kids love the magic of Disney, and adults have great memories as well and this is one reason to join the Disney Facebook. Their landing page is more interactive and gives you what you need fast. You can see an image of their page below.
Adobes page loads a little slower than most but after one click you get to see a nice interactive landing page making you want to join their Facebook channel for the best of Adobe. Their Wall is updated often and makes sure you get the latest news on new products and great deals, although we’d expect nothing less from the creators of Flash.
Make your Facebook landing page friendly with examples to get your creative juices flowing, and start by looking at these 30 creative Facebook landing pages, or these 25 examples. You may also want to read the latest Facebook news, which includes rumors of the social networking site charging for new features, completely untrue of course.
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