The Fundamentals Of Facebook

Facebook is dedicated towards connecting loved ones from across the globe. Moreover, it also enables you to get connected with the most important people in your business, your target clients.

Create a Fan Page

A fan page is a Facebook page that anyone can make for their businesses and organizations. Public figures and celebrities also use a fan page to get closer with their supporters.

You would also probably love to create a fan page for your online business. Many are doing this already. Create your page now and follow these simple steps.

 

  1. Go to www.facebook.com
  2. In the sign up area, you will see a “Create a Page” link. Click on that to get started.
  3. Choose “Company, Organization or Institution” from the options given.
  4. Sign in to Facebook with an old account or a new one. This will allow you to get connected with your fan page easily. You don’t need to worry, no personal information will be revealed in your fan page.
  5. Set up your page. Enter in all the necessary, relevant and important information about your website and business. Add photos as well. This will be captivating to the eyes of potential clients.

Create Content

Posting of content should be done at least once a day. As soon as you get people to follow you, you will have to spend ample time creating your content and polishing it for posting.

Posting of content should just be enough for the day, not too much nor too less.

Here are a few tips in creating content for your Facebook fan page.

Quality Content

The content of your post must be of high quality. It must be timely and accurate. Also, it must be relevant to your selected niche. Most importantly, it must be informative to provide new knowledge to the people in the social media site.

Humorous Content

Many people like people who have a good sense of humor. You can post funny content on your page. However, be careful with your jokes that it does not become nasty and overboard.

Sharable Content

Post contents that can be shared by anyone. There are people that like to share posts that are interesting and captivating to them.

These posts can go viral. You can also offer incentives to those who will click and share your posts.

Build Your Fan List

The purpose of creating a fan page is to have many fans that will get to follow you and earn you profits. There are many ways of doing this. You can buy Facebook fans if you want to. Moreover, there is an easy way for you to gain huge fans in Facebook.

Here’s how:

 

  1. Log in Facebook using your fan page
  2. Go to a popular company that is related to the site of Facebook.
  3. Complement their site by writing a post in their fan page. Be sure you do not promote your self-interest.
  4. Include “@” tagging that particular site. This will take you in front of the large business’s fans.

Tagging another large business will help you to gain more fans to your page. They will be interested with your page and will visit it. That is then the start of building your fan list.

You can gain more fans by continuing the structure of your Facebook fan page. You can employ more creative ideas to create more traffic in your page.

Here are few options you can choose from:

Offer contests

Many people find online contest exciting and interesting. You can offer small contents in your page to attract the attention of people.

Definitely, this will increase the traffic to your page. If you cannot offer physical prizes, you can schedule free mentoring sessions and other intangible prizes.

Convincing Posts

Come up with posts that can compel others to like and click share. These posts have the potential of getting viral. When these posts are shared, the readers will see that your page is the source of the post.

Your Site Traffic

There is no doubt that Facebook has great traffic. Your task now is to get that traffic to your site. One of the most effective ways is to offer post teasers.

A teaser posts a portion of the whole story. This entices the readers to click on the teaser to read the entire story. This is the strategy of Yahoo.

In their homepage, there are titles that are displayed for people to say. Then, readers will have to click on the titles to read the whole story or news.

If your followers are enticed to see more of your stories, they will greatly increase the traffic to your website.

In My Next Blog Post, I will be going over "Twitter"


God Bless,

 

 

Alan Zibluk Market Hive Founding Member

Do You Always Understand the Bible?

The Bible as a unified portrait of the Savior

Written by GodLife on 09/01/2018
Series: Weekly Devotional
Tags: Prophecy, Reading, Evangelism, Confusion
Then he said to them, ‘These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you, that everything written about me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.’

Luke 24:44
Have you ever felt confusion when reading the Bible? What does it mean? How does it help you know God and His plan for your life?

On a trip to Jerusalem, a court official from Ethiopia read aloud from the Scriptures. He was getting more and more confused as he heard a voice coming from beside his chariot:

“Do you understand what you are reading?” “How can I, unless someone guides me?” the Ethiopian Eunuch responded, inviting Philip the evangelist to be seated. (Acts 8:30-31)

All of us have felt like the Ethiopian official at some point in time. Sometimes reading the word of God can be difficult to understand without guidance. Here are some ideas to help you get more out of God’s Word:

1. Each Book Has An Approach
What parts of a speech or book do you usually remember best? The stories? The Bible is full of exciting, true stories: The Creation and Fall. The Flood. The offering of Isaac. The Exodus. All of these help us know ourselves better as we get to know the people in them. When I see their limitations, it makes me think about, and admit, my own. Their stories also work together to give background to the biggest story of all. They tell us why Jesus had to come to earth. They tell us what His family tree was like. They tell us what the world was like when He came.

For me, another thing that makes part of a speech stand out is when a speaker suddenly switches to a different approach. God has done this throughout the Bible. He said, “I spoke to the prophets; it was I who multiplied visions, and through the prophets gave parables.” (Hosea 12:10). The prophets made predictions that came true, proving God’s eternal knowledge. The Bible’s preachers acted things out, giving the hearers and readers a clearer picture of God’s view of things. They used comparisons, called “parables,” getting to the eternal truth behind the personal struggles everyone faces. (God knows we tend to miss the truth because of our feelings.) They answered their own questions, like a lawyer in a courtroom moving the argument along. Through these writers, God explains how hard He has worked to reach the people who were turning away from Him. (Jeremiah 7:13-26 is an example.) When you read the Bible, ask yourself what God was trying to do with the people to whom it was originally written.

2. Each Story Fits Into His Story
A turning point eventually came in the bigger story. God showed up, in person. As Hebrews 1:1-2 puts it, “Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world.” The four Gospels are a faithful record of Jesus’ life and ministry. Although three Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) are very similar, they each give a slightly different angle on Jesus’ ministry. They do this even while using most of the same events and sermons. The fourth Gospel (John) is very different from the other three. It begins in eternity, with God, the Creator of all created things, taking humanity upon Himself. (John 1:1-3, 14) It is written so that readers will believe Jesus is the Son of God, and have eternal life through Him. (John 20:21) The rest of the New Testament shows Jesus’ earliest disciples carrying on His mission, gathering followers as they spread the Good News, and writing to help the churches they began live out their faith.

3. Each Part Fills In a Detail of the Savior’s Profile
To help listeners get the point of a message, a speaker uses time wisely, building to the end. The Bible likewise explains that the most important part, the coming of Christ, took preparation. “But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law.” (Galatians 4:4) By giving us the detailed story of His family history and their successes as they trusted in God, their failures as they did not, God prepared readers for the story of Christ. World conditions were also ripe for Jesus’ coming in a number of specific ways, as described in this GotQuestions.org page.

Jesus told Nicodemus that, as “the teacher of Israel,” he should have already known that a person had to be born from above in order to see the Kingdom of God. (John 3:10) He challenged the religious teachers of his day who were arguing with Him by telling them the scriptures all testified about Him. (John 5:39) He specifically said Abraham foresaw His day (John 8:56), Moses wrote about Him (John 5:46) and complained that his followers were “…foolish ones, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken.” (Luke 24:25)

Because he understood this truth, Philip the Evangelist was able to use the passage Ethiopia’s Treasurer was reading in the book of the prophet Isaiah, (Isaiah 53:7-8), written about 650 years before Christ was born, to tell him the good news about Jesus. (Acts 8:35) Would you be able to do something like that? Ask God to help you understand the Bible’s big picture as you read it all the way through this year.

Pray this week:
God, thank you for a new year. Will you show me what the Bible is all about this year as I commit to reading it through?

Do you have questions about how the Bible fits together?

 

Alan Zibluk Markethive Founding Member

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