Aug. 21, 2012
-- Recently this month, all personal Facebook profiles were forced to adapt the timeline feature leaving most business owners lost and confused. Cinnamon McCann, founder of The Stiletto Series and 15-year web designer Erecia Williams, offer free video training to help business owners learn Facebook’s new timeline changes at http://www.FanPageinStilettos.com. Through the unique website, small business owners can learn how to maximize business exposure, increase sales and showcase their business products and services, while still being in compliance with Facebook’s guidelines.
Facebook fan pages still offer great demographics and insight analytics information, but now page owners are equipped with new and improved features, allowing music artists, small business owners and freelancers the ability to obtain on the spot customer feedback and create an instant cyber connection with their potential customers.
“In a time where TV, radio and print ads are expensive and ineffective, people are using Facebook fan pages to expose their business or brand to over 90 million users for free,” said Cinnamon McCann. “It’
s no secret that large business brands have been employing the power of Facebook Fan Pages. Now it’s time for small business to get a piece of the action.”
Erecia Williams has worked for large brands such as Campbell Soup, Cover Girl, Universal Music Group and artists such as Prince and the late Amy Winehouse. “Companies have paid me hundreds of dollars to create a Facebook Fan Pages for them and I am excited to teach this information to the small business community,” states Erecia Williams.http://www.FanPageinStilettos.com
is training under The Stiletto Series. The site offers a range of training that teaches users how to create fan pages, boost brand exposure and increase revenue.
If you would like more information about this topic or to schedule an interview with Cinnamon McCann or Erecia Williams please contact Shawn Hunt at 917-727-6027 or email Mrs. Hunt at shunt(at)fanpageinstilettos.com.