Facebook helps small business owners to connect with their customers. It also allows for deeper engagement and creates the opportunity for small businesses to turn customers into passionate advocates for their business.
Different businesses may have different Facebook strategies, but if you are looking into using Facebook apps to grow your business, then make sure to see what the best are doing.
Here are the top three apps that are being used on Facebook right now:
Cityville comes from Zynga, the makers of Mafia Wars and Farmville. The game allows to build virtual cities according to your design. It has actually drawn comparison to Farmville and Sim City.
When you play the game, you become the mayor of a virtual city and you are tasked to make the city into a metropolis. You can farm, collect rent, do some construction work. But Cityville is largely a goal-oriented game.
CityVille became Zynga’s largest launch with more than 100,000 players during its first day. The app currently has close to 76 million users!
2. Static HTML: iframe tabs
It used to be that it was difficult to customize Facebook pages, using the native markup language it deployed. With Static HTML: iframe tabs, you could create iframe tabs easily.
It would not be long before the app registers its 48 millionth user!
3. Empires and Allies
Empires and Allies is another game from Zynga, which was launched on June 1, 2011. The game marked the social gaming giant’s first foray into strategy and combat gaming.
Each player is given an island to start with, and you are tasked to conquer up to four other islands. On top of this, you must defeat The Raven, the main villain of the game.
It’s a simple yet very addictive game that has amassed around 44 million users in less than three months!
An app that allows you to see your friends’ best photos. It has the distinction of being the fasted growing application on Facebook, with close to 38 million users.
What’s your favorite Facebook app? Tell us in the comments!
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