How to Set a Preferred Page Audience for Your Facebook Page

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Today, I’m showing you a little known feature in Facebook to try on your Silhouette Cameo or Cricut small business page. The feature is called a Preferred Page Audience. It allows you to tell Facebook what kind of audience is best for your page. When Facebook knows what kind of audience they should show your page to, they will suggest it to people that fit your demographic.

Tutorial to Choose a Preferred Page Audience on Facebook

  1. Log into your Facebook business page. Click “Settings”.
  2. Click “Preferred Page Audience” from the left hand side.
  3. Click “Set Preferred Page Audience”.
  4. Now, you’ll fill in the details of your ideal page audience. If you don’t know what to put, think of the ideal buyer of the products you sell. As an example, here is what the Cutting for Business Preferred Page Audience looks like:

How to Set a Preferred Page Audience for Your Facebook Page - Great for Silhouette Cameo or Cricut Small Business Owners - by cuttingforbusiness.com

That’s it! Remember to tweak your preferred page audience on Facebook as your products change. Need more help with marketing your business on Facebook? My Facebook class advertising course officially launches on Monday, but the Cutting for Business Insider’s Club members get access today. Click here to join the group!

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4 thoughts on “How to Set a Preferred Page Audience for Your Facebook Page”

  1. Good info Christine! I don’t use FB a lot and thus don’t know very much about it… heck, I still have to create my business page as soon as I find time to create a banner.

  2. Christine, your resources are great for all small business owners–not just those who focus on Silhouette- and Cricut-based businesses. Thanks for everything you do.

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