Facebook is a great way to get your brand and product or service out there. It allows you to engage with your customers, encouraging the development of customer / client relationships.
Find new customers that you may not have otherwise discovered.
For an example of a Fb ShopFront click here.
The Fb ShopFront package includes three different size packages:
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|Online Technical Support||x||x||x|
|Select from multiple Currency Options||x||x||x|
|Facebook Search Functionality||x||x||x|
|Browse by both Price or Category||x||x||x|
|Facebook "Recommend" Integration||x||x||x|
|Pricing Option for Min / Max Search||x||x||x|
|Unlimited number of changes||x||x||x|
|Custom Header Image||x||x||x|
|Custom Store Description||x||x||x|
|Tracking via Google Analytics||x||x||x|
|Add, Edit or Delete Individual Products||x||x||x|
|Delete Selected or All Products||x||x||x|
|Automatic Weekly Data Feed Schedule||x||x|
|Automatic Data via CSV, XML||x||x|
|Maximum Products Displayed
The small Facebook Shop Front costs $12.50 + gst/month
The medium Facebook Shop Front costs $22.50 + gst/month
The large Facebook Shop Front costs $35.00 + gst/month
77% of Business to Comsumer (B2C) and 43% of Business to Business (B2B) Companies acquired customers from Facebook.
Social Media has a 100% higher leading-to-close rate than outbound marketing.
Click here to download more statistics on the power of social media. (2.9MB)
Basic Facebook Training $395+gst
This includes- Setting up Facebook Business Page, 2 hours of Training in our Dunsborough Office & adding Facebook links on your website.
"I turned up to Facebook training with a blank slate - I knew (almost) nothing!
Alexandra had obviously done her homework before I arrived and had lots of examples from Facebook pages of similar businesses. This was to provide examples of concepts that needed explaining, and to give ideas for our own Facebook page. Together we worked through each of the steps and I found Alexandra to be easy to understand, using everyday language (no mind boggling computer jargon!). She gave some sound tips on how to probe for interaction from your Facebook followers. There are also some easy to use freebie websites out there to make finding content for your own page a little easier. To my surprise, I discovered that Facebook might actually be a bit of fun too....
(yes, I'm an old fogie).
I left the Qclick office feeling I had enough understanding and skills to get our Facebook page underway - but not overloaded with info. I have found the follow up support to be of great help too. And a learner's tip - take Alexandra's advice and get onto the job as soon as you can after training!"
- Jenny Brown
(Bike Shed Dunsborough)