Facebook Marketing All-in-One For Dummies by Amy Porterfield

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Great new edition covers what you need to know for successful Facebook marketing Facebook keeps evolving, and so does the social mediasphere. Even if you have a Facebook marketing strategy, have you taken into consideration Pinterest? Spotify? Foursquare? Facebook Marketing All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition does. This detailed resource not only reveals how to create successful Facebook marketing strategies, it also shows you how to incorporate and use the entire social network to its full potential. Covers the tools, techniques, and apps you need to know to create successful Facebook marketing campaigns Nine minibooks cover the essentials: Joining the Facebook Marketing Revolution; Claiming Your Presence On Facebook; Adding the Basics; Building, Engaging, Retaining, and Selling; Understanding Facebook Applications; Making Facebook Come Alive; Advanced Facebook Marketing Tactics; Facebook Advertising; Measuring, Monitoring, and Analyzing Explores the new Timeline design for Pages, changes to Facebook Insights, new apps to incorporate into your strategy, and more Facebook Marketing All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition is the perfect resource for any marketer who wants to build or refine a social media marketing presence that includes Facebook.

About Amy Porterfield

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Amy Porterfield is a social media strategist who helps clients maximize the marketing power of social media. Phyllis Khare is a keynote speaker and trainer with Five Star Speakers and in-demand strategist for social media marketing. Andrea Vahl is the community manager for Social Media Examiner, the largest online social media magazine.
Published December 17, 2012 by For Dummies. 696 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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