There are multiple sections you can feature on your Facebook page, but not every section will be a fit for your business. Here are the sections you can add.
About: The About section is one of the most important parts of your Facebook page. It should be filled out with your address, business details, contact information, hours and website URL. Many people go online to find specific information about a business; don’t let your potential customers down by keeping this page blank.
Community: The Community page is where posts, photos, and videos from customers show up. Customers can also check in to your store here. This is a great area for your audience to interact and learn more about your company.
Events: You can create event pages and promote upcoming events in this section. Once you create an event on Facebook, you can invite people and share specific information about it all in one place.
Home: This section is where all your updates and posts live. This is also the first page users see when they visit your page.
Info and Ads: This section is designed to add transparency to your page. It shows your followers any Facebook ads you’re currently running.
Offers: You can post discounts or deals from this section. This is an easy way to encourage people to come to your Facebook page. Tell customers to like your page and find a deal on it.
Photos: The Photos tab features the photo albums you’ve posted on your timeline.
Posts: This section shows all your posts, including timeline photos and updates.
Reviews: On the left-hand side of your page, you’ll likely see a list of tabs, such as Home, Services and Reviews. Under the Reviews tab, customers can write a review and indicate if they would recommend your business. Ratings show up at the top of your page. While you can hide the Reviews tab, it can provide valuable feedback to you and your followers. Reviews help verify your business and make it easy for customers to recommend your product.
Services: You can showcase your services on this page. You can add a photo of the service, its name, pricing, description, and duration.
Shop: You can add your inventory on this page, and users can buy your products directly from Facebook. Your sales are sent to your bank account.