Facebook is a powerful marketing tool and continues to grow quickly. Do you have an artist fan page? Are you ready to start building your audience? I will share with you how to create a Facebook fan page bio to help you start building your audience.
Wouldn’t it be great to connect with new contacts?
With some planning and some basic knowledge, you will be able to take advantage of what Facebook has to offer.
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”
~ Benjamin Franklin
Your Facebook Fan Page Bio will help you build loyal art collectors and attract new followers.
Your audience can learn more about you and your businesses mission and philosophies. You will be able to build their trust with person views and goals that you have for your business. You will be able to share your businesses core values in detail.
By providing this valuable information, you will be able to build loyal art collectors of your work. They will feel safe purchasing from you.
By including keywords in your bio you will be able to attract new people to your fan page. They will be potential clients because they already have an interest in what you offer.
How to Create a Facebook Fan Page Bio
There are some basic marketing techniques that you will need to complete to build your art business with Facebook.
Your first objective should be to let people know who you are and what your business has to offer. You provide this information on your fan page bio.
There will be a short and long bio that you will want to complete.
Your short bio should be one or two sentences long and should include the mission statement of your art business. This information will be available for everyone to see that lands on your fan page.
If someone is new to your page, you want them to know exactly what your page and business has to offer. They are more likely to follow you if they have a clear vision of your business.
Your long bio should contain more information if the reader is interested in learning more about you and your business.
Tips To Get Started With Your Facebook Bio
You should include detailed information about your art, art style, why you have a passion for what you do and the medium that you work with.
Who does your art attract?
What is your Fan Page’s mission statement?
How can your customers contact you?
Add links to your artist blog and website.
How to create or edit your Facebook bio
Log into your artist Facebook business page.
Click the about link. You will be directed to the area where you can edit your bio.
Hover your cursor over the section you wish to add information to. Click the edit link that you wish to work on.
Creating your Facebook fan page bio might seem like a task that you want to put off.
Take the time and do it now.
Did you have a hard time writing your bio?
If you are struggling with Facebook I recommend reading How To Use Facebook To Grow Your Business by Andrea Vahl
What you will learn:
- Why use Facebook for business
- How to get signed up and what pitfalls to avoid
- How to get seen in the News Feed
- How often to post and what to post
- Fan Page or Group and what the difference is
- How to build an engaged Facebook Fan base that will buy from you and spread the word about your business.
- What are the best practices that will help you play by the “unwritten” rules
- How to maintain your privacy
- Essential settings to change to be able to interact with your clients and ways to organize Facebook so you don’t miss anything
- How to Like other Pages as your Page and how it can help your business
- How to connect Twitter, your website or blog to Facebook to streamline your updates and save you time
- Facebook tracking tools to make sure you are getting a return on your investment of time
- How to create events that can go “viral”
- and much more
How To Use Facebook To Grow Your Business by Andrea Vahl
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