Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/zibersoftware ) is the largest social network in the world. For example, in the Netherlands there were 1,700,000 people active on Facebook in 2009 and 3,400,000 in 2010. For years, Google.com was the most visited website on the web. In the year 2010, Facebook.com has taken over this number 1 position and Google has left it behind. More and more people are spending more and more time on Facbeook (and other social networks) at the expense of a search engine like Google. In short, how does your company deal with this? Facebook is a closed network and you decide each time whether people are allowed to follow you or not. You can configure Facebook extensively so that your photos and information, for example, can only be seen by friends, or even friends of friends. In this network, the user has much more control. Facebook is experiencing major developments and so there is more and more room for business information and advertising opportunities.
Create a business Facebook page first
If you already have a personal account with Facebook, you can also create an official business page in Facebook. With this company page you can start using the extra Facebook functions of your Ziber website. For example, you can easily convert visitors to your website into followers of your Facebook page. You can also easily share information from your website with your followers. In short, if your target group can also be found on Facebook, this is definitely an opportunity for your company! Watch the video tutorial to create a business page in Facebook.
Link your business Facebook page to your Ziber website
When you have created an official company page on Facebook, you can activate it in your Ziber website. This video tutorial explains how this works!
Let op: het adres dat u plakt in Gnap moet beginnen met http:// en niet met https://. het Facebook element op uw website zal anders niet getoond worden!
You can make a number of settings in Gnap that allow you to turn certain functions on and off for visitors to your site. Such as, for example, the option to show or not to show 'facebook messages' in your website.