PostHelpers Launches Innovative New Business Application For Facebook Pages

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PostHelpers gives your customers an innovative way to promote deals and news from a tab on your Facebook page.

‘With PostHelpers we can track how our fans are sharing our deals and news across the three major social media platforms,” Says PostHelpers subscriber Dana Zezzo, VP of Sales and Marketing at Protowels, Etc.

PostHelpers, L.L.C. today announced the launch of their new facebook application that helps organizations create a tab on their Facebook page with suggestions for posts. PostHelpers makes it easy for fans to share news and deals on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin with just a few clicks. Companies can now measure the effectiveness of their messaging strategy with this innovative way to promote deals and news from their Facebook page. With PostHelpers you pay $99/month to create and track suggested posts but it’s free to add the PostHelpers app and use other subscribers content.

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“PostHelpers is a pioneering application for businesses and other organizations to take control of their Facebook page” said David Verchere, founder and Chief Executive Officer at PostHelpers, L.L.C. “We are excited about making it easier for organizations to give their fans news and deals to share on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.”

Often visitors to a company's page are unsure of what to say about an organization on the various social media platforms. PostHelpers gives fans suggested news and deals so they can share the right messages across the various social media services. With PostHelpers sophisticated analytics companies can see which of their suggested posts gets more shares and clicks across all three social media platforms.

PostHelpers charges subscribers $99/month to create unlimited suggested posts on a tab on their Facebook page. Sophisticated analytics show how posts are being shared on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.


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