– Fan pages for entertainers –
Social media is the in-thing. Did you know that over 70% of local business use social media to find and engage with new and existing customers.
Tamar Kimmons has examined Facebook Fan Pages in detail and she shares how to best use this free resource. Tamar is a performing artist so her focus in this interview is how you can engage with your potential bookers. Not in some broad scatter gun approach approach but within the areas you are looking to get booked.
Listen to this episode and get a targeted, tried and tested blueprint that you can implement into your business no matter what type of entertainment you deliver. The best part is this does not take any special coding skills and, this will put a smile on your face, this process is free.
Tamar has lectured at magic clubs and conventions throughout the UK and in the USA and her lectures have received rave reviews.
‘Reading through the notes is like reading through a “Fan Page for Dummies” book, well written with tons of info.’
– Steve ‘Billy-Bo’ Doe, The Magic Cafe
In this episode we talk about
- The power of the cover photo
- Giving your page the WOW factor
- How to attract new fans
- How NOT to get new fans (the dangers)
- What should you post on your page?
- How to track whether it is working
- Your personal invite to join an exclusive, members only, group where entertainers discuss what is working.
Links and resources mentioned
The Kit Kat Cake
Tamar’s Facebook Fundamentals Lecture Notes (Highly recommended)
Join the Facebook Fundamentals group
Say thanks to Tamar in person on her private Facebook page.
(don’t use link this to ask to join the group, please use the link above)
Checkout Tamar’s work website “Barmy Bella”
Trix in the Stix
Ken’s Facebook Fan Page mentioned in the interview
Barmy Bella Showreel
Thank you for listening
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Ken and Julian