One of the questions that I receive most when speaking and training is – Can I have a business profile page? While the answer is yes. There are a number of reasons why you should reconsider this option for your business and marketing with Facebook. Let’s explore the difference between a Profile, Pages, and Groups. Personal

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Leanne Peard

Leanne Peard contributes a monthly column on Facebook. Leanne is the creator of Social Media for business, a certified accredited training program available in Australia. With 12 years experience in the world of social media, she knows first hand how important it is for small to medium businesses to adapt a social media strategy, either small or large, to stay in front of their competitors and attract new leads and sales. Developing the skill set to utilise social media is essential for the businesses to grow. Her passion for small business comes from her own experience in the business sector for over 30 years. She is extremely passionate about sharing her knowledge and skills to assist the business sector.

The Difference Between Facebook Profile, Pages and Groups by Leanne PeardMaximize Social Business


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