We are thrilled to advance the growth of our company with Facebook and establish our presence in the community.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 05, 2012
Along with many other businesses, the debt industry has fallen under the influence of the techniques of social media and can be found on Facebook among other social sites. Many establishments, such as 1st Financial Center, have built their fan pages with consumers in mind; thus, giving individuals the advantage to partake in financial help and recovery online.
While these pages can be the first to catch the latest gossip, news and offers, they also provide consumers valuable information; whether it is client feedback or tips on how to save for future endeavors. For these reasons 1st Financial Center has taken social media by storm, and has unveiled an all new Facebook page. Hoping to gain attention for their cutting-edge use of social media, 1st Financial Centers’ goal is to go above and beyond what other debt relief companies are doing on Facebook. “We are thrilled to advance the growth of our company with Facebook and establish our presence in the community,” states Chief Financial Advisor with 1st Financial Center. “We are hoping that with the launching of this page, we will display the company’s passion for financial transformation through education and interactive features.”
The Facebook launch is only one of many major changes the company is developing to heighten its social media presence and the way it connects with its consumers. The page will provide insight to getting out of debt along with tips, articles and videos to help individuals accomplish their goals. By establishing a new online presence, 1st Financial Center now has the ability to participate and interact easily with consumers that might have financial questions. To explore 1st Financial Centers’ new Facebook page, visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/1st-Financial-Center/162942083810894 or visit their website at http://1stfc.com.
If seeking more information on reducing debt and resolving financial adversity contact 1st Financial Center at (888) 755-4096.