6 Useful Facebook Apps for Your Page — That Aren't Contests
Here are 6 Facebook apps that might be useful for your page without being contests. We are talking
often always contest applications , but few others, so here are 6 Facebook applications to offer more to your subscribers.
FACEBOOK QUESTIONS : TO TAKE THE PULSE OF YOUR COMMUNITY
This application allows you to easily and quickly create a poll on a Facebook page. You can even hide this poll behind a like gate . The practical aspect (other than the like gate ) of this application, unlike a simple status, is that you can also collect emails by participating in the survey. Additionally, there is an admin panel with some stats.
Plus, it's not expensive: $50 for a survey or $70 for unlimited access for 1 year.
YOUTUBE TAB : EASILY INTEGRATE YOUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL INTO YOUR FACEBOOK PAGE
This application allows to display your latest YouTube videos inside an application. It's practical, because we can leave it there and forget it while allowing the curious to learn more about us.
PINTEREST TAB : DISPLAY YOUR LATEST PINS EASILY
This app makes it easy to view boards from your Pinterest account or view the latest pins on your profile.
An easy way to show off the watch you do on Pinterest. It also makes it easier for people to follow you on Pinterest. One more reason to be active on the network!
INSTAGRAM TAB : DISPLAY YOUR INSTAGRAM FILTER DIRECTLY ON FACEBOOK
Much like the previous ones, this app displays your latest Instagram posts inside an app.
It also makes it easy for users to follow you on Instagram.
NEWSLETTERS : COLLECT EMAILS EASILY
This application allows you to add a form so that your subscribers can
register for the newsletter super easily.
The app has a lot of options, but the admin panel is not very clear. On the other hand, without touching almost anything, I managed to put the newsletter tool on my page.
Unbranded premium version for $10 per month (expensive).
STATIC HTML : AN HTML PAGE TO DO WHATEVER YOU WANT
This application is great if you have knowledge of HTML/CSS/other to build websites yourself, and if you want to create whatever you want inside your Facebook page.
All possibilities are in your hands. Although Facebook imposes certain restrictions, there are many possibilities for your Facebook page with this application.
My ending tip when using external apps:
It is then possible to modify the thumbnail of the application to personalize it and display a style. Here is the example of the 1861 store :