Over the years, Facebook has evolved and changed how custom pages can be deployed, however TabSite has been a constant. TabSite is a Facebook application that allows users to build completely custom pages, landing pages, sweepstakes, image and video galleries, microsites and many other useful marketing tools. Below are four reasons to consider TabSite as your custom Facebook page creator of choice.
Whether you’re a hardcore coder or a rookie social media marketer, TabSite offers you options. They have a large list of ready-built and customizable templates for quick, easy deployment. The TabSite Drag N Build system allows users to choose from 19 widgets and deploy campaign-required capability on a custom Facebook page within seconds.
Some of the widgets include sweepstakes, videos, Google maps, Pinterest, additional social media capability, product showcases, RSS, custom forms and many others. Coders can also dive right into the HTML module to code out their own custom pages.
Deploying a custom Facebook TabSite won’t break the bank, either. Pricing ranges from free to $150 per year. Some agencies may be interested in their white label solution for multiple clients. This solution starts at $249 per month. To build the capabilities offered from scratch would probably require hundreds of development hours. By using TabSite, companies can avoid that level of development commitment and reduce overhead costs.
TabSite allows users to integrate Google Analytics. This is powerful because, for the first time, marketers can do complete funnel/conversion tracking and analysis within Facebook. This is in stark contrast to the analytics provided by Facebook. Google’s visitor flow and conversion analysis tools can help marketers tweak their campaigns and maximize conversion rates.
TabSite also integrates with a new service called PlanYourPost. This service allows users to schedule content updates on Facebook and Twitter. It offers the convenience of post scheduling coupled with unique and robust analytics.
PlanYourPost offers a unique metric they call the PD factor, or Post Density Factor. It takes into account on a weighted scale impressions, retweets, clicks, engaged users, likes, shares, comments and responses for every post. This metric allows marketers to accurately measure the effectiveness of their content sharing across Facebook and Twitter at the same time.
The folks at TabSite provide a host of ways to get your questions answered. Not only can you reach them via their website and blog, but they have channels available on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Additionally, the online FAQ, Help Desk and blog are packed with many problem solving threads. Virtually all correspondence is answered within two hours of sending a question.
There are many solutions available for marketers and businesses to create custom Facebook pages. But for the four reasons stated above, TabSite stands out as a solid, stable and preferred solution. For help with increasing conversions with social media, download the social media guide.