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So I found out Facebook marketing seems to be what works for my particular product. I am getting really huge engagement, especially with Facebook ads. And organic is going ok as well. Though I had some questions regarding this:

Question 1: Should I be posting in other peoples posts? I am adding people who like other peoples post in the same niche as me, and I inviting them to my page. But should I also be posting on those posts? If so what is the reason for that?

Question 2: Should you only use Facebook ads if you are currently making enough money to cover those costs? I think it's a bit of a silly question, but I ask because I am just starting to grow my group and not sure whether it will cover it or not.

Question 3: Anything that I post on my Facebook page should I also post all of that content on my profile?


Side question:
This is a bit random, but didn't want to make another thread. I have done what I can for the day, For example I add as many friends as I can on Facebook (there is a limit) and I make around 3-5 posts a day and similar marketing stuff. Is there any other skills or things I should do (entrepreneurial) based, after I have done my work?
Thanks.
 

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1) Yes, post in other's posts, but preferably only if you have something to add, nobody is gonna get curious about your page is you write "great post" .

2)You should figure out how long ad-money takes to pay itself back(immediate sales + organic growth) then figure out what you're comfortable with, especially considering using only/primarily FB breaks the control-commandment.

3) I would think your profile is your personal page and your page is your business-page, so i would say no (off course your profile should be saying you also have a page and what you do etc, and adding some of your better stuff to your profile would be a smart choice)

Please note is know next-to-nothing about marketing, but no-one else seemed to answer your questions.
 
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1) Yes, post in other's posts, but preferably only if you have something to add, nobody is gonna get curious about your page is you write "great post" .

2)You should figure out how long ad-money takes to pay itself back(immediate sales + organic growth) then figure out what you're comfortable with, especially considering using only/primarily FB breaks the control-commandment.

3) I would think your profile is your personal page and your page is your business-page, so i would say no (off course your profile should be saying you also have a page and what you do etc, and adding some of your better stuff to your profile would be a smart choice)

Please note is know next-to-nothing about marketing, but no-one else seemed to answer your questions.
Thanks for the advice, but not sure what you mean't by this? "Please note is know next-to-nothing about marketing, but no-one else seemed to answer your questions"
 

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Thanks for the advice, but not sure what you mean't by this? "Please note is know next-to-nothing about marketing, but no-one else seemed to answer your questions"
I believe he meant that he's not an expert when It comes to marketing, but as no one else gave you advices, he did even though he's not marketing specialist. Still cool, that he helped tho, I sadly know even closer to nothing so no advices from me :D
 
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I believe he meant that he's not an expert when It comes to marketing, but as no one else gave you advices, he did even though he's not marketing specialist. Still cool, that he helped tho, I sadly know even closer to nothing so no advices from me :D
No worries, thanks.
 

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