If you are looking to drive more engagement to your Facebook page, you should definitely select the right app for you. With millions of apps, Facebook offers the most advanced feature set when compared to other social networks.
To make things slightly easier, we have selected the must have apps for Facebook pages for 2013:
With the Facebook Timeline rolled out in March 2012, the social network removed the option allowing users to create landing pages, tabs, photo albums and much more. You can try Pagemodo for free and create a custom tab for your Facebook page to get the right design. After that you can choose custom plan for price between 6.25$ and 33.25$ per month.
If you maintain a blog on your website, it is a great idea to syndicate it on your Facebook page. With Networked Blogs you will be able to syndicate all of your latest posts not only on your Facebook page, but to all your social media profiles. Additionally, you will be able to grow your blog following, due to the wide popularity of the app.
To get most of your Facebook marketing efforts you should consider making a schedule with all content that you plan to publish on your Facebook page. The best app for Facebook page that can help you to do that is called PostPlanner. Beside the common text posts on your Facebook page, PostPlanner will allow you to also publish videos and images. The app pricing starts from 19$/mo, which covers unlimited pages and “white labeling” for all your posts.
Keeping all of your Facebook followers engaged is pretty hard and many experts will tell you that you should identify the most powerful among your followers and keep them engaged with your stories. Booshaka is just for this – the app allows you to host fun contests and reward your most active users, while improving overall engagement. You can get started with Booshaka for free, but if you need more features or would like to offer more prizes, you should consider upgrading to Pro.
Although it might seem obvious, many brands forget to add customer contact forms on their Facebook pages. Contact Me allows you to choose among wide variety of design options for your contact form and install it directly on your Facebook page.
If you are running an ecommerce store, you should consider adding your top products and shopping cart on your Facebook page. This is made easy with Ecwid – the app doesn’t require any hosting fees, contains 42 different modules and is pretty easy to configure. Best of all – the app doesn’t require you to pay any subscription fees. You can see a demo store created from Ecwid here.
Slideshare is one of the most popular document sharing websites. If you are looking to share documents or presentation with your Facebook following, you should definitely implement Slideshare to your Facebook page. Beside documents, you can also add videos to your presentations and create webinars for your following.