Once your profile is set up, you can use the following strategies to find your opportunities on Facebook:A. Search for accounts that have followers who are in your target audience. In example, if you were a pizza retailer, you need to find similar local businesses with a good group of followers, then contact all the followers on that account ( not all at once, just gradually). You can assume the majority of the people following a local business in your area are located in that same local area. Try trade publications, competitors, or thought leaders.
Search for people Posting about a need that your product/service alleviates. For example, in our campaign we found people on Twitter Phone Number List were complaining about a lack of ideas on what to eat. This created awareness for our client's website, Twitter account, and built goodwill with our audience. Use the advanced search on Twitter to search bio information. This is especially useful for B2B companies looking to increase their social impact. People will typically list their job title in their bio (e.g. CMO, COO, CEO, Partner), which allows you to target the specific decision-makers with whom you are trying to communicate.
Every online business can gain benefits from the unique and precise targeting available in Facebook's advertising platform. In an example, we used Facebook ads to grow our Facebook page by running Ads targeting users over 40 years old and who "like" the Harvard Business Review. Facebook Advertising can be an effective method for driving traffic to a website, as well as for increasing the size of your Facebook fan base, for just a few dollars a day.