Have you heard?
Facebook gray verified badges for business pages are officially gone! So, what does this mean for you?
As Facebook makes this transition and updates their process, we will let you know!
1. Add your location
If you have a physical location, this is an important one! Make sure your address is listed on your Facebook page and that it's accurate. This helps people find you when they are searching for nearby places to visit.
2. Make sure you have a profile picture or cover photo
3. Add your website to your Facebook
4. Update your hours
We have grown accustomed to a world where information is easily accessible and dictates our decisions. Because of this, it is important to keep your hours updated and readily available. There's nothing more frustrating than driving all the way to an establishment, just to find out that their displayed hours were wrong. Happy customer, happy life, right?
5. Utilize the recommendations feature
You want to gain the trust of potential customers, and in order to do that, you need to allow space for previous customers to rate and comment on your services. Seeing positive comments from previous customers boosts the credibility of your company. In order to accomplish this, you might want to ask your customers to recommend you on Facebook.
6. Seek more followers
Encourage friends, family, and customers to like your page. If a page only has two likes, it might raise some concern for someone looking at your company on Facebook. But if they see that hundreds or thousands of people like your company, they are going to trust you and your product/service even more.
7. Choose what categories best represent your business
This helps people find you when they are searching for a certain industry. If you choose your categories well, your business will pop up when someone searches for your category.
If you have any questions or would like us to help make this transition for you, contact us.