From Mashable: "Facebook has started rolling out Promoted Posts for Brand Pages, a new feature that allows businesses to pay for posts to be more predominantly displayed on news feeds.
Earlier this year, Facebook shared the statistic that a Brand Page’s content is only seen by 16% of the fans.
Facebook’s slew of ad tools and these new Promoted Posts are geared to help businesses reach and engage more of their fan base.
A brand can now pay $5, $10, $15 or $20 to “get more people who like your Page to see this post.”
“Promoted posts help increase the people you reach for any eligible post. It’s an easy and fast way to reach more of the people that “like” your page and your friends,” says a Facebook spokesperson in an explanatory video.
Facebook users will see promoted posts labeled with “Sponsored” in the news feed (not in the right rail where Facebook ads live) both on desktop and mobile. Promoted Posts have the same targeting ability that regular posts do, so you can geotarget just to your company’s area to get the most bang for your buck."
If you want a good visual walkthrough of this new Facebook feature, please check the full article here:
Via Robin Good