(PRWEB) October 29, 2013
1. To set up a Facebook page for business it’s a matter of first signing up to an individual Facebook account. Here are the different types, according to leading business coach Gollan in his latest tip sheet How to Set Up a Facebook Page.
Local Business: this is the best is the company is a bricks and mortar business. This provides the ability to list useful information such as opening hours and parking; customers will also be able to check-in.
Company, Organization or Institution: This is best suited for online businesses, or businesses that have multiple locations (e.g. franchises). Customers will have the ability to check-in, although this is something you’ll have to set up later (whereas local businesses will be given this ability when they first set up their page).
Brand or Product: This is the best type of page for companies who have one product (or multiple products) sold by different stores or websites.
Artist, Band or Public Figure: If the business’s primary asset is an individual then this is the best option. Performer, painters, public speakers, business coaches, writers, accountants, should chosse this type of page.
Entertainment: If the business is directly related to TV, music, movies, video games, or books then this is definitely the best option.
Cause or Community: This page type is primarily for non-profits, charities, or perhaps even a local cause. However there are also categories specifically for non-profits if another page type is chosen (ie local business or company).
It’s now time to enter the business category and company name. Choose the category that best describes the business, and then enter th
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