Setting up a Facebook Event that results in a great turnout requires a bit of strategy. There are lots of different strategies out there to help you market your Facebook events and everyone has their favorite. This week, I’m going to share a simple strategy you can use to get more people to attend your
Ingredients A Facebook Page Facebook Admin Access to the page A Website Website Admin Access Directions Create a Facebook Pixel. Log in to Facebook Navigate to your Ads manager, or click here for a direct link. Click ‘Create A Pixel’ Click ‘Email Instructions to a Developer’. Enter your email address. Click ‘Send’ at the bottom
We enjoyed getting to know the team at Grain Belt Insurance over the course of the project to design a website for their Troy, Kansas, insurance agency. One of our favorite aspects of the project was getting to know the energetic, idea-filled owner who is passionate about doing good for Doniphan County—Corey Kostman. Corey is
Sunsetters Salon has been keeping Atchison beautiful since 1996. Owner Sandy Barber attended Jon Schallert’s Destination Boot Camp with a group of local businesses in the summer of 2017. One of the decisions she made while at the Bootcamp was to get her business online. How convenient that one of Webcom’s own attended the Bootcamp
You may have heard about a magic cookie called a Facebook Pixel. “Make sure your website has a pixel installed,” you hear. But what is it exactly, and how do you go about making sure it’s installed? We’re glad you asked! Installing a Facebook Pixel is on our list of essential marketing tactics for all businesses.
Darby Shaffer with True Roots Massage first started working with Webcom Resources in 2015. She started with a domain name that pointed to a custom business listing on AtchisonKansas.com. This directory listing helped establish content with Google and gave her an online presence for potential clients to understand more about her approach to massage therapy