The way people acquire information has changed significantly in recent years. In the past, they mainly got their information from newspaper, radio, and television. These sources are limited because they only work well locally. Although these traditional means of marketing and communication are still being used, the internet has emerged as a more effective way of reaching out to people.
With this change, we've gone from one-way to two-way conversations. For example, the newspaper provides news to the public only in one direction, without a way to collect feedback. In a two-way communication channel like Facebook, people can receive information as well as voice their own comments at the same time. This change in information flow makes marketing much more effective because you can easily find out what your audience really wants and cares about.
Tapping into the Facebook community through a branded presence and series of planned interactions is the foundation of our Facebook marketing methodology.
As with most social media, our objectives take time to reach their full potential. While social media does not offer immediate gratification, it will help you achieve the following objectives.