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heritage2014
03-18-2014, 07:22 PM
Our family business has a tourist attraction that has been featured nationally. We would like to get our guests to take their own pictures at our attraction and upload it to our Facebook page, hopefully generating lots of interest.
Does anyone have any input on the best way to make this happen? Do we ask our customers to take their own pictures with their mobile device, or do we have our own device and offer to take their pictures? Do we incentivize it with an immediate discount? If the latter, we want to encourage them to leave their email address with us for later marketing, so we are thinking we would tell them we will take their picture and send it to an email address that they give us.
Has anyone here successfully done such thing at their own place?

Sincerely,
Nicole

Rainman
03-24-2014, 01:12 AM
I haven't done that kind of thing before but it definitely is something that would probably get you more customers if you're a great photographer.

Since you intend to use the photographs you take for promotional purposes, it would be ethical to tell your customers what you intend to do with their pictures. It's much better that way because then, you can choose the perfect spot, background, etc that will best suit your [marketing needs]. All you need to do is ASK them.

Taru
03-24-2014, 02:51 AM
I agree. I think the best way to make this happen is to give them something in return for making actions online since they will inadvertently be advertising your services anyway so it all evens out. As for getting their emails, if you really want their addresses, then it might be the best way to go about it, but I doubt many people would want to resort to attaching their pictures on an email as they are already most likely so used to using social media instead. This is why I think using social media solely would be best in this situation.

fredkawig
03-24-2014, 06:06 AM
Just make a page and indicate whatever you want for them to do. Inform your customers through that page.

LindaKay
03-24-2014, 11:32 AM
Yep, if you tell everyone what you want them to do, they should be able to upload it when they leave comments on your page. What an awesome idea! You can also create an open Facebook group; that'll make it possible for everyone to create their own albums and stuff.

foduu1
03-27-2014, 12:56 AM
I haven't done that sort of thing before but it is a thing that could possibly allow you to get more customers if you're a great photographer.

Since you wish to use the photographs you're taking for promotional purposes, it could be ethical to see your visitors what you intend to apply their pictures. It's superior this way because then, you can pick an ideal spot, background, etc that will are perfect for your [marketing needs]. All that you should do is Inquire further.

Athenagdlyt
04-04-2014, 10:16 AM
I agree with Taru, give the customers an incentive if you want them have their faces displayed on your page for your business' publicity. This could be in the form of a discount on their next visit or a gift certificate of a service they can claim later. To participate they need to be Likers of the page, submit a photo, and the date they used your company's service so you can verify the log dates. I think many people will do this for a gift.

cameronpalte
04-04-2014, 06:39 PM
You can just ask your customers to post pictures of themselves. They could post the pictures themselves on your facebook page. However, I agree with what has been said that you need to give incentives. I think a great way to do this would be a photo contest where the best photos gets a reward. Good luck!

coffee
04-04-2014, 08:16 PM
What a fun idea. I would provide a camera because not everyone has a phone. At first you can not offer an incentive to see how much interest there is. You can offer to email them copies, and if they sign up for newsletters they can get a discount of some sort.

sweetkymom
04-05-2014, 12:26 AM
You could write up a paper for everyone to read and if they agree to do the photos, they would sign the paper. Once the photos are done and posted to the page, you can privatize the incentives via e-mail to the families. The signing of the paper is for your records just in case they come back at you for posting their pictures online.

mikelouis
04-05-2014, 03:39 AM
That is one way to promote your business. I think that people these days people are waiting to see how much your business gets the exposure. For sure through Facebook you will be able to expose your business to another great people.

foduu1
04-14-2014, 06:30 AM
Yep, when you say to all people what you need these to carry out, they will be able to publish it when they depart feedback on your own site. What exactly a remarkable idea! You can even generate the open up Myspace party; that will allow all people to produce his or her photos along with goods.

amayajace
08-16-2019, 06:57 AM
Go to Ads Manager.
Click + Create.
Select Store traffic as your ad objective.
Enter a name for your store traffic campaign.
Choose the business Page you want to run ads for. ...
Under Store Locations, select Create a new store set.

amayajace
08-16-2019, 07:03 AM
Go to Ads Manager.
Click + Create.
Select Store traffic as your ad objective.
Enter a name for your store traffic campaign.
Choose the business Page you want to run ads for. ...
Under Store Locations, select Create a new store set.

jayam12
10-16-2020, 11:48 PM
To add a Shop section you need to go to your Page's settings, select the “Template and Tabs” section and click on the “Add a Tab” button at the bottom of the page. Scroll to find the “Shop” tab and click the add button. Upon clicking, you can find it on the left-hand side of your Page.

mithu
10-16-2020, 11:55 PM
Discover how to set up a Shop section on your Facebook page. ...
Look for the Add Shop Section link below your cover photo. ...
Click the Add Shop Section button. ...
Agree to the Merchant Terms and Policies. ...
Enter business details and set up payment processing. ...
The call-to-action button changes to Shop Now.

Geetha john
12-17-2020, 12:04 AM
How to Set Up a Shop Section on Your Facebook Page
Discover how to set up a Shop section on your Facebook page. ...
Look for the Add Shop Section link below your cover photo. ...
Click the Add Shop Section button. ...
Agree to the Merchant Terms and Policies. ...
Enter business details and set up payment processing. ...
The call-to-action button changes to Shop Now.

master007
12-18-2020, 11:18 PM
I think the best way to make this happen is to give them something in return for making actions online since they will inadvertently be advertising your services anyway so it all evens out. As for getting their emails, if you really want their addresses, then it might be the best way to go about it, but I doubt many people would want to resort to attaching their pictures on an email as they are already most likely so used to using social media instead.

Lilykevin86
12-18-2020, 11:28 PM
Beginning May nineteenth, few organizations that utilization Page Shops on Facebook today will be progressed to Facebook Shops. Past this, we'll extend.

MASTERO
01-19-2021, 12:55 AM
To add a Shop section you need to go to your Page's settings, select the “Template and Tabs” section and click on the “Add a Tab” button at the bottom of the page. Scroll to find the “Shop” tab and click the add button. Upon clicking, you can find it on the left-hand side of your Page.

Bigil
01-19-2021, 01:17 AM
I haven't done that kind of thing before but it definitely is something that would probably get you more customers if you're a great photographer.

jayam12
01-20-2021, 08:13 AM
Discover how to set up a Shop section on your Facebook page. ...
Look for the Add Shop Section link below your cover photo. ...
Click the Add Shop Section button. ...
Agree to the Merchant Terms and Policies. ...
Enter business details and set up payment processing. ...
The call-to-action button changes to Shop Now.

mithu
01-20-2021, 08:21 AM
If your shop tab isn't displaying correctly, head back to “Templates and tabs,” click on “Settings,” and make sure “Show Shop tab” is on. Once you've done this, head back to your Facebook page and click on “Shop.

valluri
01-20-2021, 08:25 AM
Facebook Shops is a mobile-first shopping experience where businesses can easily create an online store on Facebook and Instagram for free. Shops let you choose which of your items you want to feature, merchandise with product collections and tell your brand story with customizable fonts and colors.

Geetha
01-20-2021, 11:37 PM
Discover how to set up a Shop section on your Facebook page. ...
Look for the Add Shop Section link below your cover photo. ...
Click the Add Shop Section button. ...
Agree to the Merchant Terms and Policies. ...
Enter business details and set up payment processing. ...
The call-to-action button changes to Shop Now.

master007
03-13-2021, 12:53 AM
What a fun idea. I would provide a camera because not everyone has a phone. At first you can not offer an incentive to see how much interest there is. You can offer to email them copies, and if they sign up for newsletters they can get a discount of some sort.