Do you have a Facebook fan page, or are you thinking about starting one? Whether you have one or are just starting one you need to have a clear vision for your page. In this article discover some tips that will help you write an artist Facebook vision statement that will guide you towards your goals.
How To Write An Artist Facebook Vision Statement
Before you can start marketing on a Facebook fan page, you should have a clear vision of what you would like to accomplish with your fan page. If you do not have a vision, you will not be able to set goals and design an action plan. Basically, you will be wasting valuable time.
What is a vision statement?
A vision is a plan or road map of where you would like your art business to be. The vision will provide you a direction for your marketing plan. You should already have a vision statement for your art business. Your Facebook vision statement will be a subcategory to your business vision statement. Write a clear vision of what you would like to achieve with Facebook and how it will benefit your business vision statement.
How to write your Facebook fan page vision statement
A vision statement could be a few sentences or a few paragraphs. It should be memorable by you and anyone that is working for you. Most artists do not have anyone that works for them. If you do have employees that work for you, make sure that you go over your vision with them.
Your vision statement is important for your success. Put some time aside for when you are going to write it.
The first step is to define your core values of your art business.
Ask yourself these following questions:
- How can your Facebook fan page support your core values for the present and the future?
- What will be your core values in five years and ten years? How will your Facebook fan page support the changes?
- What do you hope to achieve in ten years?
Here are some tips to help you write your vision statement:
- Dream big; dreams come true if you have them
- Stay positive
- Believe in your dreams
- Project where you will be in ten years
- Be passionate with your vision statement
- Visualize how your business will be
- Visualize how you will feel when you reach your goals
After you have your vision statement completed, you will need to start acting on it. Stay focused and committed to your vision. Live your vision as if you have already achieved it.
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Are you ready to start living your artist Facebook vision statement?
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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