Facebook for Offline Clients.

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So I want to learn how to build Facebook pages for local businesses, now where do you think would be the best place to learn or a WSO that you have used and recommend. Now I'm no web designer so it would have to be newbie friendly. Thanks.

Steve
#clients #facebook #offline
  • Profile picture of the author Tara
    Artisteer is great! You can build using word press or take the html route. David Cisneros has a great WSO on how to do this, it's called fan page mini-sites. I love it! So do clients! If you like to show your creativity, but you are not really a graphic designer...plus you want your clients fan pages to be unique, you will most likely love the easy templates.


    Tara
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    • Profile picture of the author big steve
      Originally Posted by Tara View Post

      Artisteer is great! You can build using word press or take the html route. David Cisneros has a great WSO on how to do this, it's called fan page mini-sites. I love it! So do clients! If you like to show your creativity, but you are not really a graphic designer...plus you want your clients fan pages to be unique, you will most likely love the easy templates.


      Tara
      Thanks for the tip Tara, I'll check that out now, and how much do you charge clients if you don't mind me asking??

      Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author PowerWealth247
    I've used and found both MaxFB and WP4FB to be great WSO's for building these for clients. Daniel Tan and Peter Maxwell are the folks behind these two but there are many good ones available or you can simply code them yourself (I've done a few that way) Just remember that getting any one of these will allow you to go take action and after you've dne a few you can look for other methods but don't focus on finding the "perfect" system for building them, just get one, learn it and go get some clients ! You can them play with a few alternatives down the road. IMHO. Good luck, there's money to be made for building these.
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    • Profile picture of the author smarks70
      Steve,

      Martin Crumlish has some great WSO's of late geared toward everything Facebook. Here is a link to one of them Facebook Arsenal for offline and no this is not an affiliate link, just trying to help a fellow warrior out with a course I personally own


      Hope this helps!

      Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author Tara
    Hi Steve, sorry I am just seeing your reply. I charge between 197.00-300.00. Some ppl charge 500.00. Depending on what other services you want to offer the client along with the fanpage. Such as fans (for social proof purposes) which someone can do for you on fiverr, or maybe a logo. I got this program called Logo Creator it compliments the fan page well and you could charge for hosting. There is a thread in this forum that has good info about fanpages, here's the link. http://www.warriorforum.com/offline-...ess-pages.html

    Hope this helps!
    Tara
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  • Profile picture of the author Will Perkins
    A good WSo to go buy if you're looking to start offering FB fan pages to your offline clients would be EasyFanPages by Justin Wheeler. I think that's what it's called...

    I'd personally recommend it if you're looking for an easy way to go get started and get have an easy start.

    I've tried it out and I will charge anywhere from $397.00 - $500.00 for a single fan page, just depends on what all is "involved".
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    I've got a free ebook on the subject if you're interested. You can download it here:
    Fanpageinabox.com ยป Fanpage Fortune

    No opt-ins involved.
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  • Profile picture of the author TimothyW
    This is a great thread -- I am VERY interested in this right now. Jason Fladlien says you can "easily" charge $500 for a fan page. That might be an exaggeration.

    I think the KEY is finding prospects who ALREADY know the value in having a fan page, in the first place. If you have to SELL them on it (incl. "EDUCATING" them about the benefits, etc.), you are forced to "twist their arm" about it, etc. then that takes up all your time + energy, and you end up spending all your time chasing them around the desk.

    Also, price-wise, you always have to worry about the fivrr option looming in the background.

    Question -- can you guys put actual links to the wso's you're talking about. That would really help! Putting the wso creator's NAME doesn't really help (unless the wso HAPPENS to include the actual person's name in the sales copy (usually it doesn't)) The person's name is not a good search term.

    Thanks.

    -- TW
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