Facebook Applications or Facebook Page Apps can help to make your Page more interesting for your audience. You can add a storefront and sell directly from your Facebook Page, you can add an opt-in email form for people to join your newsletter, you can add your YouTube channel and so much more.
12 Facebook Page Apps For Your Art Business
Because most apps are developed by third-parties, you will want to make sure the app and the third-party company is reputable before you give it permission to access your information.
The way apps are displayed on Facebook has changed throughout the years, and because most people visit their Facebook page via their mobile devices, they are not as effective. Even though they might not be as effective in the past, they are still proven to be beneficial for Business Pages.
To visit and edit your apps, sign in to your Facebook Page. On the left sidebar, click Manage Tabs.
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On this page, you can hit the App link on the left to view your current apps and edit the settings or delete an app. You can rearrange the order of the apps in the middle of the page by dragging and dropping.
Here is a list of the most commonly used apps for Facebook Pages. There are many options and can become overwhelming. Take the time to develop a plan before you start to add a bunch of different apps that will not support your brand and goals.
These are the most commonly used newsletter services. If you are using a different email service, check to see if they offer a Facebook app. Using a way for people to sign up for your newsletter is a great way to build your email list.
Facebook allows you to sell right off your Facebook Page. It will make it very convenient for your audience to purchase your art without being redirected to a different site.
Before you sign up for a Storefront, decide if it is something that will work for you. I prefer to drive the audience to my art gallery, but I also know some artists that are doing well with their Storefront app. You can always delete the app if you find that it is not working for you.
Here are some popular Storefront apps.
There are many more options available, but this will be a perfect place for you to start.
Everyone loves free stuff. If contests and giveaways are in your marketing plan, Facebook makes it easy for you to reach a large group of people for your contests.
Here are some commonly used apps for contests.
One way to learn more about your audience is by providing surveys. The information you will gather will help you to deliver the best content to your audience.
Here are a couple of survey/poll apps you will want to check out.
Here are some different apps you might be interested in using with your Facebook marketing strategy.
YouTube Tab App – If you have a YouTube channel you can show your videos right on your Facebook page.
Woobox – can also be used to connect your Instagram and Twitter account to your Facebook Page.
NetworkedBlogs – will upload the newest blog posts on your timeline.
There are many options available to you. The best way to start is by developing a vision of what you would like to offer to your Facebook followers.
Start off simple with the most important Facebook Page apps for your marketing strategy and go from there. Keep in mind; many people will have a difficult time finding your apps if they are viewing your Page from a mobile device.
What are your favorite Facebook Page Apps?
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