- products and facebook accounts??????
There are plenty of people who ‘don’t get’ social networking sites generally, but hundreds of millions of people use them every day. I guess a lot of companies think that’s an opportunity too important to ignore. Plus it costs nothing except a person spending a couple of hours a week in an organisation to maintain it. Not saying any of the examples shown will get much of a following, but why not have a facebook page?
Edit – Finish Dishwasher Tablets – 130,272 followers !!! I rest my case.Posted 6 years agowhatnobeerMember
Makes good sense if you ask me. Most people will spend a good few hours on fb so they’re an easy target audience. Give them an incentive to follow a page, competitions etc, and then you can market special offers and what not to them when otherwise you would be able to. You’re going to pay more attention to facebook updates from pages than from adverts. And as mentioned above, its dead easy and cheap to do.Posted 6 years agochvckMember
Hey I dont blame the brands – my post is more of a – what kind of person checks dishwasher tablets out on Facebook? get a lif
I think that quite a few of these pages are linked externally with a “click this link to follow us on facebook and be in with the chance to win…” or as above get coupons etc…Posted 6 years agomadhouseSubscriber
It’s become one of those things that all companies do, someone decided that social media is the future and managed to pursuade every company that if the competition is on facebook/twitter can they afford not to be?
I’d be interested to find out if anyones looked into the brand value of such things.Posted 6 years ago
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