Suggestion required on whether to have a common or separate FB pages for Different Products?

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Hello, everybody.
I am a new bee in this group, so excuse me for wrong posting in the appropriate group.
My business have three different product from different industries.
So far I have created only one [Common] Face-book page for all of them.
So my question to the esteemed members, whether I should continue the same thing or should have three different pages for each product / Service?
Please suggest, What could be the better strategy?
Thanks and Regards
Dhananjay Pathak
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    You have three products or products in 3 different industries?






    Originally Posted by dhananjay View Post

    Hello, everybody.
    I am a new bee in this group, so excuse me for wrong posting in the appropriate group.
    My business have three different product from different industries.
    So far I have created only one [Common] Face-book page for all of them.
    So my question to the esteemed members, whether I should continue the same thing or should have three different pages for each product / Service?
    Please suggest, What could be the better strategy?
    Thanks and Regards
    Dhananjay Pathak
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  • Profile picture of the author blairquane
    Like DABK said, it's a bit hard to understand exactly your situation but if you have 3 products and each is from a different niche then, unless there's some common element between them, I wouldn't market them all on the same FB page because it makes marketing to your followers hard when some of them are interested in one product but not the other two. The messaging will get too confusing for them. I would split them into three separate pages.
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    • Profile picture of the author dhananjay
      I think this could be the better option.
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  • Profile picture of the author WF- Enzo
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    Doesn't Facebook have a business feature where you can show different products on your page?
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    • Profile picture of the author dhananjay
      Originally Posted by WF- Enzo View Post

      Doesn't Facebook have a business feature where you can show different products on your page?
      Is this feature available? If yes what is it called please?
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiMDD
    I honestly don't understand why you are promoting 3 different products at all. Well I don't know how established you are, but assuming that you are a beginner, please focus on marketing and selling one thing at a time instead of focusing on 3 things. just a tip
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  • Profile picture of the author m jack
    as much as i agree with TobiMDD, op already has the products and is looking for a way to move forward.
    yes selling one product means all the effort and attention is going on to that one product, but since there are already three products, i would suggest different pages for each product, firstly there is less distractions, also it reduces the risk of choice paralysis and as one user said, three separate pages just ensures that the message is clear and concise

    i am not sure about the fb feature that WF-Enzo mentioned, but if anyone has more information, please share
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  • Profile picture of the author Artkantos
    Confused user doesn't buy, make 3 different pages, it's not only more effective but also easier for you to make it happen
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  • You should take three pages for three products. It will be quite easier for your customer to make an order and for you - to speak with them. But it is only my opinion!
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