10 Facebook Pages Every Small Business Owner Should Follow NOWWritten by Uwe on November 16, 2015
After finishing the blog post on the 10 Twitter accounts to follow as a small business owner, we thought it would also be useful to think about other social media networks and who to follow there. If you haven’t had a chance to read the post about the Top 10 Twitter accounts to follow, then head over to that post now.
I’ve asked everyone in our team to name some of their favourite Facebook pages which might be interesting to fellow Entrepreneurs. Quite a few Facebook pages were mentioned multiple times. Please enjoy and share your two cents with us. What are some of your top Facebook pages to follow as a small business owner?
Over 70,000 people trust Business News Daily to inform them about all kinds of business related topics on a daily basis. They promote their own website content as well as content from other websites, such as Forbes, on their Facebook page.
BuzzFeed has a follower-ship of over 5 million and offers a broad range of business, tech and media news on their Facebook page.
Mashable is very similar to BuzzFeed in regards to the topics covered and the strategies used. It lately starts using a bit too many link-baits for my liking, but it is still a good page to follow for general news and posts regarding the media, tech and internet world.
HubSpot is a company which develops (inbound) marketing solutions for startups and small businesses. They provide a lot of good content around the topics of marketing, social media, small business and startups on their blog and Facebook page.
While some people might argue that Smashing Magazine is only addressing web designers and developers, I personally think that also small business owners and entrepreneurs should read their blog and Facebook page from time to time. They offer innovative and creative solutions to problems and provide an overview of current and future trends in the industry.
Small Business Trends offers a variety of articles around the topics of small business, LinkedIn, social media and online businesses in general.
The Google Small Business page features interesting info-graphics about business, quotes by famous Entrepreneurs, How-to’s and useful tips & tricks on how to improve your business using some of the vast amount of Google products.
Sandi grew a strong follower-base of over 1 million by providing outstanding business and social media advice for free. She continuous to publish free templates and resources on her Facebook page and engages on a daily basis with her followers. It is worth following her Facebook page simply to keep updated about some of the new, free resources which she frequently publishes.
Seth Godin is probably one of the most famous marketing experts and marketing book authors of the 21st century. He wrote over a dozen marketing books and his marketing blog is ranked #1 on numerous occasions.
We’d love to hear from you and help you to grow your business, no matter if you are a start-up, small business or a freelancer. We post interesting business bits-and-pieces, info-graphics, quotes and news from our blog and website on our Facebook page.
UK bonus: Federation of Small Businesses
If you’re a UK-based business owner or entrepreneur you should definitely have a look at the Facebook page of the Federation of Small Businesses. They mainly post UK-related content from sources like the BBC, the Guardian and their own website. Following them on Facebook will help you to stay on top of UK-related news which might affect your business.
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