Facebook can help female entrepreneurs get in front of potential customers, promote brand awareness and develop a community. But one of the best reasons that female entrepreneurs should use Facebook is to develop leads. In fact, about one in four Facebook users who click on an ad end up making a purchase.

Female entrepreneurs should especially take advantage of Facebook as higher percentages of women use Facebook than men. According to Pew Research, 83% of women use Facebook, while only 75% of men use it.

5 Ways Female Entrepreneurs Can Get Leads From Facebook without paying

Here are my top five tips for how female entrepreneurs can get leads from Facebook, but as a business coach for female entrepreneurs, I also offer more detailed tips. Read on to learn how you can get access to my best strategies to get Facebook leads.

1. Have Your Own Facebook Group

About one-third of Facebook users engage with brands regularly and one of the best places to get Facebook users to engage with your brand is on Facebook groups. Check out my Facebook group that I use as a business coach for female entrepreneurs, to get ideas for your own group.

2. Communicate Personally With Your Audience

You can use Facebook to create two-way communication with your audience. Don’t just post information; allow for feedback, comments and create engaging discussions. Business coaches for female entrepreneurs can tell you that getting engagement can build trust and build brand loyalty.

3. Be Consistent

You want to keep fresh content on your Facebook page or group to keep your audience engaged. Social media gurus and business coaches for entrepreneurs recommend posting to a Facebook page at least three times a week. However, don’t post too much. One survey found that pages with less than 10,000 followers had 50% less engagement if admins posted more than once a day.

4. Be Personal

Don’t be afraid to get personal with your audience. You can share a video of your day, your purpose, or your home or office space. Videos have been shown to get a lot of engagement, receiving about 135% more traffic and engagement than even photos. This is considerable since posts with photos have 179% more engagement than other posts.

5. Share Client Stories

Finally, you can use client stories to generate leads on Facebook. Share stories about your clients’ real-world problems and how you were able to help them overcome obstacles. You can even include a call to action at the end of client stories, inviting potential clients to reach out to you if they can relate to the problems you help your clients solve.

Learn More

However, I will share my best strategies with you during my monthly masterclass on the 18th of February. If you’re ready to learn more about how female entrepreneurs can get leads from Facebook, then you’re in the right place.

Sign up for a mastermind class with business coaches for entrepreneurs. Our next mastermind class will be on the 18th of February, and you can try a class for just € 1 ($1,20). If you enjoy the class, our business coach for female entrepreneurs holds monthly masterminds and you can become a member today.


About the author:

Tineke Rensen

Tineke Rensen is in business for 30 years. She built an international Outdoor and Survival business from scratch and sold this after 22 years. Tineke was a national whitewater kayaking champion.
She now is one of the most all-round business accelerators you can find. There are very few topics she cannot help you with your business. Many people find it hard to believe when they hear this. How much do you think you know about a topic if you live it day and night for 30 years?
Tineke works with female business owners to grow to their full business potential. She uses her own system the “Blueprint for a Successful Business Makeover”. She is a women’s business coach.

Tineke is the author of “Maximum Business Growth For Women”

Maximum Business Growth For Women

If you want to watch business videos with Tineke Rensen you can like the Powerful Business Academy Youtube Channel



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