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Facebook Page vs Profile?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by thekingwillwhip, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. thekingwillwhip

    thekingwillwhip Junior Member

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    Hey fellow Blackhatters,

    I'm currently about to jump head first into the world of Facebook marketing and am confused on whether to make a facebook page or profile. The goal of the page will be to promote my ecommerce business. I've been researching and it seems people believe the best way to grow on Facebook is through posting in groups. I have massplanner and will be trying this method. Are there any other methods people suggest? Also, I read online that a facebook page (the business one) is unable to post in groups. Is this actually true? If so, how can you grow a page when you are unable to post in groups and gain likes on the page?

    Thanks for the help. Facebook is completely new to me. If anyone needs help with IG give me a shout.

    King
     
  2. appledislikes

    appledislikes Registered Member

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    Of course, facebook pages are unable to post to groups, but in my opinion a page is better because a facbook profile can only have 5000 friends, so no more than that amount of people can be engaged, however, a facebook page is unlimited and is more professional and has much more tools for promotion
     
  3. thekingwillwhip

    thekingwillwhip Junior Member

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    Thanks Apple,

    How do you drive traffic to a facebook page? From my understanding, the point of having profiles is that you can join groups and then post in the groups links to your website. However, with a page, how do you gain a following if you're unable to post in groups?

    What are the primary traffic drivers to gain followers on a Page?

    Thanks