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    B2B Facebook Advertising represents a massive business growth opportunity if you know what you're doing. Learn the fundamentals, from campaign and ad set creation to developing hyper-targeted audiences, with this beginner's guide.


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    LinkedIn is often the B2B platform of choice. However, there are plenty of opportunities to connect with potential customers on Facebook. One way to do that is to highlight your employees on your Facebook page. When you share pictures of employees enjoying their work or happily spending downtime, it gives others a sense of your business. People like to work with friendly people, so if you have them, share them.


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    If you are looking for an exchange the likes and content on Facebook. You have to go like4like.org and increase your Facebook present.


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    no a days FB its good for business point of view


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    Facebook is a great channel for B2B Marketing. Generally, you won't get the same response rates and fan counts as B2C business will, but as long as you stay realistic and know your audience you can have great success as a B2B on Facebook.


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    I did not quite understand about linkedin


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    Quote Originally Posted by richost View Post
    FB is tough enough for B2C, even with a social-oriented business. I can't see it working at all for B2B. LinkedIn might work for B2B, depending on what you're trying to achieve.
    B2B always work on Social Networks but one has to work with frequency and consistency


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    Marketing to locals on Facebook was not effective for me. I have some new ideas for next years marketing.


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    Facebook is a great platform for B2B most of the marketer are of B2B on Facebook .
    If you are struggling with B2B on Facebook then I can provide some tips which can help you to grow business:-
    1. Reach Past Your Facebook Page’s Audience
    2. Use Custom Audiences
    3. Target B2B Work Categories
    4. Focus on Offering Incentives and Lead Generation
    5. Retarget Your Lost Prospects
    6. Target Specific Job Titles and Companies With Facebook Ads
    7. Deploy Action-Oriented Facebook Ads
    8. Partner With Influencers and Thought Leaders for Facebook Campaigns
    9. Maintain a Consistent Brand Voice in Facebook Ads, Posts, and Comments


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    LinkedIn is best for b2b support and marketing. Its have many features that suit for business person. That's why mostly people prefer it and used it in this business website for awareness.


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