Mike Marko Publishes Post on Setting up a Facebook Business Page

July 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Mike Marko with IM Consultant Services announced the publication of a new post for business owners. He says that this article focuses on effective ways of introducing businesses to the online world. Marko states that everyone who envisions himself to be successful in online business must think big. That means taking advantage of all probabilities to promote one’s business on the Web. Hence, setting up a Facebook business page can be a good decision to make, aside from promoting through other platforms on social media.

Marko asserts that being present on Facebook can definitely help get leads and traffic. At the same time, it can build a long-term audience too. He reminds readers that a huge number of people, about 829 million active users, spend their time scrolling through news feeds. That makes being on Facebook a big advantage for business owners. By using Facebook for business, online marketers can catch people’s attention so that these people can turn into customers. Having said that, Marko presents a simple guide to setting up a business page on Facebook.

He commences by stating several of Facebook’s most useful features. These features include Analytics, Post scheduling, and Advertising. These features can aid a business owner in improving his business’s online presence. In order to use them, however, the business should have a page on the platform first.

Marko gives a quick guide to setting up a business page on Facebook. But before anyone can set up a Facebook company page, there should be a Facebook account first. He makes it clear to readers that through the personal account, marketers can run their own page’s as administrators.

“Once the personal account has been created, that’s the time to create the business page that will promote business on Facebook,” Marko explains. He guides readers on how to create the said business page step by step. He says to start by clicking the “Create Page” option that’s located on the left side of the screen. The next step is to choose a page category from among the many available options. These options include the place of business; the institution or company; the product or brand; whether it’s a public figure, artist, or band; and community/cause.

After choosing a page category, Marko mentions that the next step is entering the business information, then setting up the business page. He urges readers who are setting up the business page to fill out all possible fields and details. According to him, that is an effective way to increase credibility and online presence. Moreover, when they see complete information on the page, potential clients may see businesses as reliable and trustworthy.

Thus, Marko advises completing a profile by entering as much information as possible about the business. A few examples of information that can be added are the business description in less than 155 words, three categories that represent the business, and a clickable link that directs visitors to the business’s official website.

The next step for setting up a Facebook business page is uploading a profile picture. Marko urges readers to make sure that the profile picture represents the company and the benefits it offers. He goes on to say that the profile picture serves as the main icon of the page. Hence, it must be of excellent quality. In addition, most people check the picture before they go over the business’s details. That means the profile picture can even help in building relationships with clients.

Aside from that, Marko goes on to say that the next step for setting up a Facebook business page is determining the target audience. This answers their question of who their customers will be and where they will come from. In addition, Marko mentions that this platform allows business owners to target people who will see the page.

Marko notes that with today’s modern technology, one of the best places to go for business marketing is social media. He says that Facebook may soon be the marketing tool of choice for successful online businesses since its population of active users is now almost a billion. He further informs readers that Facebook gives businesses a boost in this competitive market.

In addition to Marko’s marketing services on social media through IM Consultant Services, he also regularly publishes guidelines online to help business owners. His previous posts include setting up a Facebook business page, advertising on Instagram and using YouTube to benefit small businesses. Those people who are interested can follow Marko to his website to read this article and other posts that he has published.

He mentions that anyone who is looking for high-quality and experienced SEO and other related services can contact him and IM Consultant Services for a one-on-one consultation. Marko and his team offer broad and extensive marketing services. They also provide face-to-face consultations to offer a personalized approach to clients seeking business growth. Those who are interested to learn more about these services can visit IM Consultant Services on their official website or contact them directly by phone or by email.


For more information about IM Consultant Services, contact the company here:

IM Consultant Services
Mike Marko
PO Box 62451 Cincinnati, OH 45262

ReleaseID: 60029307

More News From Daily Travelogue

Globes carpet kicks off with big sleeves and shades of pink

Jul 14, 2020

NEW YORK — Cynthia Erivo and Greta Gerwig rocked sparkling chokers as the Golden Globes red carpet kicked off Sunday, with Erivo in a hand-beaded custom Thom Browne gown and Gerwig in black and cream. Both went off-shoulder for the big night in Beverly Hills, California. Erivo, the “Harriet” star and fashion standout, said her dress includes designs of her favorite flower, the peony, at the hem and in her lining. The short-sleeve gown, Erivo told E!, took 800 hours. A huge blue stone dropped from her short necklace. Shades of pink had an early trend moment on Kirsten Dunst...

Solidarity march against anti-Semitism, acts of hate

Jul 14, 2020

NEW YORK — Throngs of demonstrators joined by elected officials walked solemnly across the Brooklyn Bridge in a solidarity march Sunday against anti-Semitism and all acts of hate. The “No Hate, No Fear" march was organized by New York's Jewish community in the wake of recent anti-Semitic attacks, including a knife attack at a Hanukkah celebration north of New York City that left five people wounded and a fatal shootout at a kosher grocery in Jersey City, New Jersey. The crowds of participants jammed the streets in lower Manhattan as they waited their turns to get across the bridge. “It...

Streep, Miranda and Stone are named as Met Gala co-0chairs

Jul 14, 2020

NEW YORK — Next year's Met Gala may be the closest we'll ever come to getting a Miranda Priestly moment at the starry event. Meryl Streep has been named as a co-chair of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute. The Oscar-winner played Priestly, a thinly veiled fictional version of Vogue editor Anna Wintour, in the movie "The Devil Wears Prada." Wintour clearly has no hard feelings because she selected Streep as a co-chair along with Lin-Manuel Miranda and fellow Oscar-winner Emma Stone. Designer Nicolas Ghesquiere rounds out the group. The gala's theme is "About Time: Fashion and Duration," which...

Congress approves bill expanding animal cruelty law

Jul 14, 2020

WASHINGTON — Congress has passed a bill making certain types of animal cruelty a federal felony. The bill would expand a 2010 law that made creation or distribution of so-called "animal crushing" videos illegal. The new bill would make the underlying acts of cruelty a federal crime. The Senate unanimously passed the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act on Tuesday, two weeks after the House passed it on a voice vote. Florida Reps. Ted Deutch and Vern Buchanan sponsored the bill. Deutch, a Democrat, said it "sends a clear message that our society does not accept cruelty against animals" and...

Olivia Newton-John's final 'Grease' ensemble fetches $405K

Jul 14, 2020

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Two collectors said you're the one that I want to Olivia Newton-John's iconic "Grease" leather jacket and skintight pants at an auction Saturday in Beverly Hills. Julien's Auctions says the combined ensemble, which Newton-John's character Sandy wears in the closing number of the 1978 film, fetched $405,700 total. The leather jacket sold for $243,200 and the pants, which Newton-John famously had to be sewn into, went for $162,500. Other "Grease" memorabilia included a Pink Ladies jacket that went for $50,000 and a poster signed by Newton-John, John Travolta, director Randal Kleiser and producer and songwriter John...

In Daily Travelogue, we aim to provide rich content for the budget traveler. We only publish blog post that is informative and entertaining to add value to our readers’ user experience.

Contact us: sales[at]dailytravelogue.com