Small businesses are always looking for ways to stand out from their competitors. With an online social media presence, like a Facebook business page, it is much easier to do just that. Thankfully, it doesn't have to be challenging to set up either! In fact, you likely already have a ton of content that can be reused on your online page. All you need to do is get started.
Today we will show you how to set up a Facebook Business Page in an accessible format so that your business can thrive and grow!
1. Create Your Page
The first step is to create your business page. You'll need to choose the type of page you want to create, either a business or community figure page. Of course, for small businesses, you'll want to create a business/brand page.
You'll need to enter your business information, such as your name and the category your business falls into, such as retail or photography. You'll also need to input your business hours, address, and phone number so your customers can reach you. Once you've filled out all sections, your business page will be created.
2. Add Business Photographs
To make your business page official, you should consider adding business photographs. There are two main places you'll need to add pictures, including your cover image and your profile picture.
- The cover image is the first thing people will see when they visit your page. You'll want to choose something eye-catching and professional-looking such as a logo, your products, or a picture of your storefront.
- Your profile picture should be an up-close photograph of you if you're the face of your brand or your logo.
3. Add Your Business Details
Adding your business details is essential to ensure your customers can find the information they need about your business. There are a few specific details you need to fill out, including:
- Categories: Just like the first step, you'll want to fill out the categories that best describe your business so Facebook can match your business with customers who are looking for it.
- Description: This area is used to describe who you are and what you can do for customers. Keep it short and to the point so that customers know exactly what they should expect from your company.
- Location: If you have a physical location, add the address so that people can easily find your business.
4. Add A Professional Website Address
Your Facebook business page is not always easy to display on a business card or share by word of mouth. And a Facebook business page doesn't look or sound as professional as a website address. There is a simple solution. Setup a professional website address that forwards to your Facebook business page using Pro Stamped.
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By creating a professional website address, it's simple to tell customers your address and share on business cards.
Plus, if you ever want to build a website in the future, you won’t need to change your business cards or point people to a new address. Instead, simply change your Pro Stamped address to point to your new website.
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You don't need to know how to build a website, register a domain name, find hosting, or learn any other components of building a website. Instead, you can use Pro Stamped and have a professional website address that redirects to your Facebook page in about 30 seconds. Click here to see if your business address is available today!