Integrate your Facebook page with your other campaigns. Place links to your Facebook page on your blog, website and in the signature of your professional emails. You should draw attention to your Facebook page by presenting it as a way to get access to exclusive content and more promotional offers.
Another option, besides a Facebook page, is to create a Facebook group. A group creates a community of users all interested in a common topic. You could also use a group and a page to get maximum benefits from Facebook marketing.
When working on Facebook fan engagement through building conversation, lean towards posting easy to answer questions. If you post complex questions, you won't get many responses and you could even drive some fans away. Keep the questions simple, and aim for questions that only take a few words to answer. This will increase the interactivity surrounding your page.
Choose your Facebook profile picture carefully. You could for instance use an image of your logo or latest product. Do not hesitate to change your profile picture regularly but make sure your page remains easy to identify. Customize your page further by creating a cover picture that corresponds to the kind of designs you have been using for your other marketing campaigns.
As was stated earlier in this article, Facebook marketing can get your business some great exposure, so long as you know what you are doing. Use the tips and tricks mentioned above to get your business up and running. A little effort now will pay off down the road.