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Of course, businesses won't sign up if the service isn't helping them. So far, Facebook said the companies it's given early access to are seeing benefits. Amazing Fairytale Parties, an Oregon-based small business that puts on theme parties with organizers dressed up as characters who sing and play games, said it estimates 99 percent of inquiries it receives through Facebook turn into a booking. About half of all inquiries come from Facebook as well, making Facebook a key way to market toward new customers.

Facebook's new Pages features have helped larger companies as well, The Dutch airline KLM created a "Book Now" button on its Facebook page, Between April and May of this year, the airline said it counted nearly $1 million in airline tickets purchased directly as a result of people using its Facebook page, As more information is added lovecases shine bright like a diamond iphone 8 / 7 case - silver to Facebook, it will help fuel other efforts as well, such as its search algorithms designed to more easily pull up relevant information and an artificial-intelligence assistant that helps users with tasks like finding businesses and reserving tables at restaurants..

Right now, Facebook's goal is merely to attract more businesses to its service, an effort the company has been pushing over the past year. Some of that has included offering new technology to help companies communicate with users, holding workshops around the country to teach companies how to best use its Pages and advertising features and experimenting with new ways to sell products straight from its site. Until now, Pages has been a largely one-size-fits-all service that allowed businesses to post a few photos and videos, as well as straight-forward information like store hours and contact information. Pages was particularly popular with celebrities because it allowed them to connect with fans, who would "like" them.

The service is also used by large companies, but Facebook is hoping it can attract more small businesses, As part of that effort, Facebook is planning to build specialized features for different types of businesses, Michael Brandvold, who runs a marketing agency for musicians in Sausalito, Calif., said he's thinking about how to apply these new features to the 50 or so pages he runs, He typically uses Facebook to promote tour dates, albums and new music, such as from the heavy metal band Dream Theater, He said mobile-device features so far haven't been built lovecases shine bright like a diamond iphone 8 / 7 case - silver with clients like his in mind, but the new options available for Pages are a good start, "I'm encouraged by this," he said..

Facebook said 45 million small and medium businesses use Pages, up from 30 million in February. About 1 million businesses sign up each month, the company added. Still, that's not all businesses in the world, nor even all the businesses that likely would benefit from using Facebook. That's why Benji Shomair, head of product marketing for Pages, said his team is continuing to build new capabilities and reach out to businesses in events like the one held Wednesday. "We're trying to create building blocks that companies can use to assemble them," he said.


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