If you are going to spam a person's Facebook business page make sure it counts.
Today a fabric business decided to leave a comment with a link back to their store in the hope that I will click on it and I will in turn like their page.
Thats all well and good but their comment rings hollow as my business uses wool not fabric. Why would I bother to click on the link as its fairly obvious to me that they haven't even bothered to find out what kind of business I run, they are simply on the hunt for 'Likes'.
Please, I beg you, if you feel the need to spam on Facebook or any other social media platform, make sure it counts. Personally I think it degrades your brand and makes you look unprofessional.
Do you spam? Have you found it effective in finding paying customers and not just 'Likes'?
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About the Contributor:Christine is a Wife and a Mum of 3. She is the owner of C Percy Designs and the Editor of The Contemporary Handmade Alliance. She is also the Editor of the Handmade Cooperative - Australian Handmade 4 Kids and is a little obsessed with all things crochet.
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