Going MINI to Go Big

Facebook Minisite development has been popular since the last couple of years. It allows users to ensure that they have a little website working for themselves within the networking giant, Facebook. This essentially means that you site is approachable by people all over the world who are accessing Facebook. You don’t really have to go looking for you fan following, because it is right there on Facebook and get through to you whenever they want to.

What makes a minisite exciting?

As a Facebook addict myself, I can tell you one thing for sure and that is, every time there’s something new happening, the world knows it instantly. With the ability to share things with people Facebook quite literally arms you with a methodology to make your work popular amongst people without going through the physical toil of the whole thing.

What you would have otherwise taken a decade to achieve, Facebook Minisite Development allows you to get within weeks. However, you minisite results will be only as good as the efforts that you put in them. You have to be very careful about how you present yourself through facebook, because good or bad, it’s going to spread fast, and if you make a mistake a huge damage will already have been done by the time you start taking action against it.

Facebook Minisite designing

Facebook Minisite designing is the process of structuring and fashioning your minisite such that it can get you the maximum results in the shortest time frame. There are a few very basic things that people tend to make mistakes in and we will highlight them so that you can keep these problems at bay.

Picture perfect

A picture speaks louder than a thousand words. We have all heard this saying but somehow when it comes to our own site we have to put down those repeated clichés to sound attractive. Trust me, your audience may be naive but it isn’t stupid. No matter how pompous you get, they will hate you for all those fancy overconfident monologues.

Use more images. Make sure that your cover picture is a startling one. Oh, and I mean that in a good way. You can’t keep shocking images just to grab people’s attention. It should be relevant to you specifically and not to your industry in general. If you have a little budget have a professional even design it for you so that there is no way you go wrong with it.

Be current

Everyone hates old news. Be live and current. If you keep your pages up beat and in sync with current news and situations it is more likely to get better review and of course more ‘likes’. Encourage your audiences to share the minisite to gain an exposure to the highest possible head count of audience.

Another good tactic would be to conduct contests and give away lots of freebies. They always catch a lot of attention. In fact, there is no harm in making it viral in nature by putting up stuff like “reviews with maximum likes will get a gift hamper” and so on and so forth.