Laundromat Resource Forums Laundromats Facebook and Youtube to promote your local laundry?

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    • #4579
      Sherrie Myers

        Is anyone successfully using Facebook and Youtube to promote your local laundry business? If so can you share you page/channel and your experience?

      • #4675
        Jason Dodge

          I use Facebook but my ads are different from my posts in most cases. I usually will advertise in a tight radius around my store, anywhere from 3 to 5 miles. This is my new location’s Facebook page but we aren’t open yet and I don’t think you can see my ads, only my posts.

        • #4685
          JOHN PARK

            Kind of off the actual topic, but that’s quite a facility that you are building there, Jason! Nice!

            I have used FB to advertise my other business to seemingly good results, it’s hard to tell from FB’s stats. You can have 3000 people reached and 300 likes to the ad…but does that mean that they have been in my store? Don’t know. But I keep running several concurrent ads anyways.

            I am just getting into the laundry business and have started a very small campaign in about a 2-3 mile radius of the store as well. The previous owner did nothing…and although the laundromat is nothing to write home about yet,
            I am just testing the waters to see how effective FB might be for a laundromat as opposed to my retail business. Yelp is a good way to advertise a service business as well. Don’t forget Google.

          • #19510
            Alice Kidd

              Yes, for sure! Using Facebook and YouTube can be effective in promoting a local laundry business. Both platforms have a large user base. Besides, they can provide a cost-effective way to reach a wide audience. Btw, I’d suggest using TikTok too. It’s a relatively new platform with many users. At first, it would help to buy some views from reliable sources, such as Keep in mind that the key to success is to create content that is relevant, interesting, and valuable to your target audience. Good luck!

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