- Chief Brand PR Strategist and Coach at Melanie Downey Brand PR
- Greater Boston Area
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Yes, and it’s easy (free) to do with companies like Mention and Talkwalker, and even Google Alerts.
You didn’t mention what your business is, but generally, I would suggest adding something that differentiates it as your business page so people know what your business actually is.
Facebook is great for marketing to an international audience, and cost effective, too.
If your mom is looking to get new customers, offering a coupon/discount of some sort for new clients works great for hairdressers. She can also advertise on facebook, and it’s usually less expensive vs. advertising in a newspaper.
You always have the option of just changing your tagline if you don’t want to do a full rebrand, or a sub-brand from the Web Services brand.
There will be one step forward, two steps back (sometimes three steps back!) Don’t let that discourage you. Just know that eventually, those small steps forward add up.
No, the number of emails isn’t monitored or regulated, but you do want to make sure that, from a marketing best practices perspective, you’re using your email powers wisely. Every email should have a purpose, whether it is to provide some sort of value, fundraise, etc.