Facebook offers tons of fun options, and you just need to know how to find them. This article will look at a few of them and discuss how to use them. Let’s get started!
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Przycisk Call to Action
Do you know this concept? CTA in English means “call to action.” It is worth placing it at the end of posts to encourage the recipient to consider booking, purchase, contact. Facebook allows you to define such a phrase (“buy today!”, “Ask us!”) Along with a link leading to the appropriate subpage. As?
Open the page where you want the CTA button with the Company Manager. Then click on the cover image and select “Create a call to action.” Choose your password and the URL of the destination you want to link to. Set the best placement or use Facebook hints, then click “Create.”
Why is it worth it? Because the platform then allows you to monitor the number of people who clicked on our CTA.
Facebook allows you to personalize individual categories on your fan page. This is where you can add more information about your business, prepare separate CTA buttons, answer frequently asked questions … Most of the website managers do not bother with them and leave the appearance generated by Facebook itself. Don’t be like most! A clear and professional fan page is now the basis of a successful business.
Change the font
Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to make a post stand out by changing the font? The answer is yes! You can attract users’ attention with fancy graphics and such a prosaic thing as a typeface. Use this page, enter your text, then paste the status with the font of your choice.
Let’s face it – social media users expect answers right away. That is why a quick response is so important, as it translates into a good user experience. Messenger’s autoresponder can support us.
How to turn it on? On our website, go to “Settings,” then “Messages,” and then in the “Response Assistant” tab, switch the slider to “yes.” Now all you need to do is personalize the content that will be sent to users who ask a question via private chat. We can, for example, send them back to our telephone number or email address. It’s up to you what your autoresponder will write!