Should You Ever Pay For A Facebook Boost?
YES - but in rare circumstances. Used judiciously, a small investment in a boost can be tremendously valuable – provided you know what you are doing.
Three Good Reasons to Pay for a Facebook Boost
If you are changing locations, issuing a recall, or letting people know that a much buzzed-about product has arrived, it pays to boost to just your followers. This is important information that they need to know and a small investment in a boost (often as low as $5) will pay off in terms of reduced phone calls and emails, a smoother flow of service, and improved customer service.
Is the annual customer appreciation day coming up? What about a free sample night with deep discounts? Paying for a boost is a great way to increase awareness and attendance of an event. When you boost to your followers AND to their friends, you increase the odds that your followers will attend and bring a few friends along. It's also a great chance for your followers' friends - who by now have heard great things about you - to come check out your business in a fun, no pressure environment.
When your new spring inventory has arrived, when you have hired two new massage therapists to keep up with demand, when you've won an industry award, or when your business has completed a gorgeous makeover, you want the world to know all about it. Boosting your post so it's seen by all of your followers, their friends, and their friends' friends is a great way to showcase your new products and highlight your new services to dedicated, loyal audience and the people who think like them.
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