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[note color=”#dddddd”] Resources mentioned in the video:

  • FB Influence – One of the best courses in the world about Facebook marketing and branding.
  • Get Facebook Traffic – We’ll talk more about Facebook traffic in Lesson 7… Excellent resource though!
[/note] [heading style=”2″]How To Build Your Fanbase[/heading]

When it comes to growing your business on Facebook, every audience is a little different. It doesn’t matter what niche you’re in, or what you’re trying to sell… You have to know your audience.

Here’s a good video from Lewis Howes and Amy Porterfield on their FBinfluence site I think you’ll like…

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[heading style=”2″]Your Facebook Income Cheat Sheet![/heading]

[heading style=”2″]Text-Based Tutorial[/heading]

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Welcome to Lesson 6!  Today, we’re doing a few things…

  1. We’re waiting on some of our friends to like our page.
  2. We’re going to publish a few more status updates.
  3. We’re going to get ready for something called Promoted Posts, which are going to give you tons of Likes if you do them correctly.

Really the only thing we can do today is post a few more status updates, so that the friends who already liked our page will get updated…  And the new likes that come in will have something new to look at!

Generally, I like to post 2 status updates a day.  In the Easy Status Updates course, they suggest 5 timed posts a day.  Really, I think it’s more about how much your fans want from you…

[heading style=”2″]Niche Facebook Page Posting Guidelines[/heading]

Page Posting Guidelines

Generally, after your page is set up and you’ve got some ‘Likes’ rolling in, you can ease up on the posting frequency.

You’re going to want to make sure that you at LEAST post 2 times a day. Some of my social media manager friends and the guys over at Easy Status Updates suggest 5 posts a day.

It’s up to you if you want to go that often. I can’t say that we do any more than 2 or 3.

I don’t think I need to take you through finding content on Youtube or affiliate products anymore, so I’m just going to show you the updates :0)

The most important piece is that you have one content post, and one affiliate link!

Step 1: Find A Cool Article Or Video

Find something cool on Google, grab the link, and head over to Facebook…

If you think it’s cool, other people will too!

Step 1: Find A Cool Article Or Video

Step 2: Post It On Facebook!

Throw the link and a few words up on Facebook!

Then go find an affiliate product…

Step 2: Post It On Facebook!

Step 3: Affiliate Product

Here we found some Kate Spade Pumps… You can search Clickbank, Amazon or Commission Junction to find something for your niche…

Grab your affiliate link and then get it shortened at Bitly.com!

Step 3: Affiliate Product

Step 4: Post It!

Now, go ahead and post your link on your Facebook Page!

Step 4: Post It!

Step 5: Schedule It

You’re all set for the day. If you decide you want to post more often, that’s awesome! If not, that’s fine too.

The important thing is to make sure you’re posting daily. If you miss a few days, that’s ok but people tend to start dropping off if they don’t hear from you.

You want to make sure to keep those folks engaged, and the only way to do that is with content (and affiliate links!)

[heading style=”2″]What’s Next?[/heading]

Tomorrow is the last day of our 7-Day Facebook Profit tutorial, and we’ve saved the best for last!

We’re going to show you how to get all the traffic to your Facebook posts you want, so you can get tons of likes and affiliate commissions.

We’re going to be using a new feature on Facebook called Promoted Posts which will let you get your status update in front of 50,000 or 100,000 people for just a few bucks.

Talk tomorrow!

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