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Facebook Fundamentals: Get Noticed and Drive Traffic
by Diane McKeever
June 13, 2024
Part 1 of SCORE Manasota's "All You Need to Know About Sales" Series:


Part 1 of SCORE Manasota's "All You Need to Know About Sales" Series:

Facebook Fundamentals: Get Noticed and Drive Traffic

Did you know that:

  • Facebook has 2.74 billion monthly active users.
  • Facebook reaches 59% of the world's social networking population.
  • Facebook is the world's third-most visited website.
  • Facebook is the second-most downloaded app.

 Are you looking to get traction and traffic from the most popular social media platform? Learn how best to set up your Facebook page.

 View and download the presentation PDF here.

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About the author
Diane McKeever
Diane has been a software trainer for over 30 years and has taught over 100,000 students in the US and Europe, working with corporate presidents as well as continuing education students. Every day she earns her title of "Certified Patient Person" by teaching some of the most complex material in a fun, easy to understand way.
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Effective Digital Marketing Channels for Small Businesses
Having identified your value proposition and USP and defined your target customers, this presentation goes beyond organic (SEO) and social media traffic when it takes you into the Channels box of the Business Model Canvas and helps you design an outbound marketing strategy. It defines all the Digital Marketing Channels available to you, including direct, referral, email and paid. You will learn how you can build your engine of growth effectively using all these digital channels.
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