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Facebook Pages Going Wild Wall of Fame, News and More

Facebook Pages Going Wild Wall of Fame, News and More

Facebook Pages Going Wild has an interesting beginning.  Now I have been blogging for more than 2 years and I have come to learn and appreciate the power of blogging as an essential tool of developing your business.  It is because of this reason that I have been playing around with the idea of introducing to the Kenyan market a genuine way of how people can help each other by building a supportive community around their message.

I wanted to start it DURING my presentation so that everybody will be able to be part of something that will give their business a huge jump start.  It had to be fast, fun and REAL.

Facebook Pages Going Wild is just the beginning and thanks to the many wonderful friends and friends of our friends, a lot have been done which has created a strategy that will give Kenyan Facebook business people a huge jump start on getting their message out there.

There are so many facebook shopping groups like Soko Kuu that has an amazing 32452 members, is a really buzzying market place to be in.  Then there is Soko Kenya Facebook, Soko Kubwa etc., all of which are offering its members space to advertise and sell their products and look for products and service.  However my observation has been that people post links to their business pages or just leave information that people should contact them for the products or services that they are offering.

Obviously many Sokoni people must have realized by now that its not just enough to post your link and leave you need to do more to meet the demands of this highly competitive and demanding market.  You need to build and maintain relationship so that your customer is happy and will recommend you, most important they will be your repeat customers.

The Facebook Pages Going Wild I firmly believe will a buzzlying place where marketers will be show casing their products or services and most important tips will be shared on how to improve their services to meet the demands or needs of the customer.

Wild Wall of Fame:

I had promised to everyone who partied with us via The Facebook Pages Going Wild and liked everybody back that I would get their name on this wall, this post that will go out to more than 200.000 people, with their pictures and links to their Facebook Pages.  To do this fairly and accurately I have gone through all the recent likes for 10 pages from different categories that joined FPGW at different times.  Very few people showed up on every page and since the majorities were women I am calling it our Volcano Hot category.

In all fairness to the men who really put themselves into it, I will give them honor where it’s due and create a Simba Kali category, who all but liked every single Page.  We have started with a humble number of 24 members coming from both Kenya, Europe and US and with this number a supportive community will be created where friends will be found, business will be expanded and most important profound learning from each other will be taking place.

Featuring The Queen of Digital Website Management – Muthoni Kibe who owns Digital Web Crafts

Muthoni is a leader who is passionate in bringing just every Kenyan’s business on the internet.  She is the owner of Digital Web Crafts (DWCs) which is a small web design and development firm based in Nairobi, Kenya, which is committed to creating beautiful and highly functional websites, following the exact specifications of our clients.Muthoni Kibe

Muthoni is convinced that each and every business MUST have their offices and shops, professional designed, strategically placed and welcoming in the internet if they want to meet other businesses as global players.  She strives to provide SMEs a level of service not possible from larger companies.  This is because she believes that your business needs a fast, reliable and friendly service.  She will plan and organize the web design and development process so that you have enough time to prepare the content.

I have come to develop a strong relationship with Muthoni and I can tell you, this lady is a bundle of energy when it comes to creating innovative websites, logos and her knowledge of the power of social media is something that she highly values.  You can reach the Queen of Digital Website Management at Tel: +254 724 546222 and E-Mail: carol@digitalwebcrafts.com and view her website at http://www.digitalwebcrafts.com

Muthoni KUDOS to you as a lady who is on her way to making her dreams come true

Next Featuring Alaissa Ramah selling her beautiful Women Accessories at Kiafrika Designs

Alaissa Ramah1Alaissa Ramah is a team player who ROCKS.  She is quick and fair and was there to offer our eyes some feast with her beautiful classy and stylish women accessories made from Kitenge, Khanga and Ankara fabrics with an African touch.  She calls her customers to embrace the Real proudly designed accessories.

She is a  designer at  Kiafrika Designs largely working with African fabric to suit the young and chic lady who would like to embrace their roots, yet still step out in style. She also has special offers for wholesale supply of Kitenge Beaded Necklaces, Earrings/studs, Clutch Bags, Hair Accessories, Rings and Bangles.  You can reach her via Tel. +254 728 243618 or email her at ramahf@gmail.com for more details.  Alaissa KUDOS on your hard work!

 

Asanteni Sana

Everybody who joined in the fun and put so much love out there for each other, yes we got more “likes”, more attention from Facebook’s algorithms, made real friends and all that without bila kulipa centi moja for advertising majaabu ama?

 

Our next Facebook Pages Going Wild is on the way soon 

 

8 Responses so far.

  1. Alaissa Ramah says:

    Thank you Elizabeth Horlemann, for representing Kenya, encouraging online marketing, this assures our clients of genuine business. You have opened way for successful entrepreneurship. We are Indeed humbled.

    Much Appreciation
    Ramah.

    • admin says:

      Hi Alaissa,
      Thanks very much for the wonderful feedback. Its only through more visibility and transparency, is it possible for Kenyans to start embracing doing business online

  2. I am really humbled to feature again in your great blog. Asante Sana!

    Indeed the future of Kenya SMEs visibility seems brighter with various articulated online presence brand strategy. I remain more determined than ever to ensure that each and every business in Kenya, both small and large, embrace online presence and realize just how much potential in terms of wealth creation, cheaper means of advertising & visibility, et al that they have been sitting on for all this while.

    Again, I say thank you Elizabeth Horlemann for the recognition.

    Best Regards,
    Muthoni.

  3. Muthoni Kibe says:

    I am really humbled to feature again in your great blog. Asante Sana!

    Indeed the future of Kenya SMEs visibility seems brighter with various articulated online presence brand strategy. I remain more determined than ever to ensure that each and every business in Kenya, both small and large, embrace online presence and realize just how much potential in terms of wealth creation, cheaper means of advertising & visibility, et al that they have been sitting on for all this while.

    Again, I say thank you Elizabeth Horlemann for the recognition.

    Best Regards,
    Muthoni.

    • admin says:

      Hi Muthoni,
      Again the pleasure is definitely mine. Its really a honor to work with young Kenyans who have decided to embrace the internet as a tool for increasing and developing their business. You are a diamond in the making, when it comes to Website and Website management.

  4. So encouraging, That's a great article Elizabeth, thanks for doing good to the business community. GOD BLESS