There are a few tools that will help you to boost your brand on the popular social network Facebook, which is a great tool for driving traffic back to your site. In this post we have highlighted a few such tools that will help you to create a successful branding strategy for Facebook.
Post Planner: For this tool you need to add a link back to your company website/ blog under each post you publish on Facebook. It will help you in boosting your brand by allowing you to post to various groups at once; thus, helping you to save a lot of time and effort.
Timeline Slicer Pro: This tool is developed by Joey Kissimmee from Income Press. The slicer enables you to change the timeline covers for your profile and for your Facebook page in no time. In other words, with this tool you never have to worry about the re-sizing the dimensions o your Facebook cover as well as app images. It has a simple drag and drop feature.
Lujure: If you are trying to make Facebook page apps, Lujure is very flexible to use. This tool empowers you to create an app with the help of which people can view your blog even without leaving Facebook. And the drag and drop interface of Lujure makes it even simpler. It is a great tool to use for doing any advertising or creating a sales page on Facebook.
Social Buzz Club: Ever wondered how to get your posts shared by top influencers on Facebook! The Social Buzz Club allows this and more. You can connect with famous Facebook marketers and this is indeed a supportive community where you will find various resources to grow and develop.
However, there are many who follow all these marketing tricks and tools and yet fall for the engagement killers for their Facebook pages. Make sure you too don’t fall into the trap. These tools are great, but you do need to spend some time of this social networking site. Pages that fail to post content on a regular basis as well as pages that just auto feed links to their every single blog post usually have the lowest EdgeRank. This will hardly help you to generate any engagement from your fan base. A better approach is to invest on one or two of these tools and at the same time, invest some of your time on your Facebook Page to improve and encourage Facebook engagement.