Using Facebook advertising as a means to promote your brand and products is a great method. Though to get the most out of your digital advertising efforts there are some rules to go by when doing so in order to optimise your ads and get the most bang for your buck.
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Using Facebook as a tool to develop your restaurant business is essential in today’s digital savvy environment, however to the untrained eye it can be a slightly daunting task. So 360 has come to the rescue, and here we’ll give you a run through of the basics to start your Facebook journey to success.
Topics: Facebook advertising
Who doesn’t like the idea of saving a buck or two? Facebook offers are specials and discounts that you can set up from your Facebook business page. Facebook offers are available for people who have 50 or more likes on a local business or place page. Likers of your page are able to view these deals which they can claim and then use. You can set your offer to be redeemable in store, online, or both, depending on what you choose to set it on. But let's dig a little deeper.
Imagine if you could connect with as many potential customers as radio or television while targeting your exact audience? Facebook allows you to do this at a fraction of the price of other media platforms.
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