Why having a facebook page isn’t enough

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why having a facebook page isn't enough

Facebook is a fantastic communication and marketing tool. Of all the social media out there, it is probably the one best suited for direct sales. Many companies have a facebook page, and the price (free) is certainly right. And as long as non one has claimed your identity, you can even have a nice vanity URL – like facebook.com/LuchaComics. So, why would you need a website? Here’s 3 good reasons (although there are many more) why a facebook page falls flat up against a stand alone page.

1. facebook Isn’t an E-Commerce Platform

facebook does some awesome stuff, and is probably the best social media for actually making a sale within the platform. Having said that, even with new facebook stores, you will run into limitations. If you have actual widgets (be they physical or digital) that you want to sell, even a simple wordpress site can give you so much more, and can be had for very little. You can gain the ability to collect and database leads, build a newsletter list, integrate feeds from other social media platforms such as twitter and Google+. facebook is ever growing, and things can always change, but remember, while a facebook page is a must to increase your exposure, it cannot be your only online presence if you really need to make that sale.

2. facebook can only be customized so much

facebook pages have evolved a great deal, and I do need to give credit where it is do. facebook is constantly adding new features, and there is quite a bit that can be done with some work. Having said that, you simply can’t get in there, change themes, tweak CSS, and really make it your own.

3. Just about everyone else has one

Probably the most important reason – most of your competitors have one. Even worse, let’s say that a prospective client googles you, and finds a domain with your identity, that belongs to a competitor. Apart from losing a prospective sale, it can cause a lot of confusion for customers, fans, or anyone just wanting to learn about you.

Don;t forget, there are other high-engagement social media sites out there, like Pinterest.

These are just 3 simple reasons why you really need your own website. Not sure where to start or what you need? Just get in touch, and we will get you on your way!

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