eBook Tips for Facebook Business Marketing
Facebook’s new Timeline format has already kicked off in come countries, but its U.S. launch has been slowed by a lawsuit from Timelines.com. They are claiming their service would go kaput once Facebook’s Timeline platform launches, as functionality is so similar.
A counter suit by Facebook has been filed, so instead of sitting back and twiddling your thumbs waiting for the whole mess to be sorted out, why not take advantage of some useful Facebook eBooks on the market?
Beyond the Facebook Business Page
Hubspot is offering a free eBook called Beyond the Facebook Business Page written by Andrea Vahl. With 48% of marketers using Facebook business pages to grow their online reach, why not learn how to get the most out of your business page?
In Vahl’s book there is information on how to drive Facebook traffic to your website, choose what content to publish on Facebook, and how to use Facebook for advertising purposes. This book is 28-pages long and it’s free!
Successful Facebook Marketing
FreelanceSwitch’s parent company, Envato, has its own awesome Facebook eBook, written by Skellie, director of Tuts+ Premium. Successful Facebook Marketing will help you get fans, build your brand, and get results.
I strongly believe more freelancers, entrepreneurs and website owners should know how powerful Facebook Pages can be. But unfortunately, most of the select few people who are ‘in the know’ don’t want to share this information. They want to hold on to their competitive advantage for as long as they can! —Skellie
Through various tips, techniques and real-life case studies, Skellie will show you how to get traffic, make sales, and get a job using your Facebook pages!
This eBook also comes in an actual book format, which you can buy from Amazon (not everyone loves to curl up with a good book on their laptop or iPad!) You can buy this as a paperback from Amazon for $29.99.
Vahl’s book is certainly more focused, while Skellie’s starts right from the basics and takes you on the whole process of building a brand on Facebook. Take a look around at both sites for yourself.
In the meantime, I would like to know if any of you have been trying out the beta Facebook Timeline profile and what you think. Am I going to love it or hate it?