3 Ways Facebook Marketing Works for Local Businesses

JOSH WILBANKS | May 17, 2018

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Creating an online presence with social media is an important investment to make when trying to drive interest to your business and website. With over 2 billion active users, Facebook is a great place for any business looking to engage with their audience and expand their reach online. By employing a Facebook marketing strategy including a paid plus organic approach, a company can engage with prospective customers, create engaging content, and target a specific group of people with real-time results. “It works. It’s getting to the right market. It’s getting to the people that need to see it so that they know where to go. I like working with ReachLocal because it’s a no-brainer. I don’t have to worry about [posting] day-to-day. I don’t have to pay attention to what’s happening week-to-week because ReachLocal is doing that for me.”

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