How to Make An Impactful Coaching Facebook Page

5 Tips to Convert Comments and Posts in Facebook Groups into Clients

The Thrive Global Community welcomes voices from many spheres on our open platform. We publish pieces as written by outside contributors with a wide range of opinions, which don’t necessarily reflect our own. Community stories are not commissioned by our editorial team and must meet our guidelines prior to being published.

Facebook Pages For Coaches

As a freelance writer, I’m in a ton of Facebook groups where we share our Facebook page links. And I’ve found a few prospective clients that way. Usually, the page administrator will create a weekly post asking everyone to share a link to their business. These link-shares are a great way for freelancers, coaches and speakers to get found by new clients.

But all too often the links people share are missing pertinent information. And sometimes I get on the prospect’s FB page and hit a dead end. They’re a coach, but there’s no clear way to connect with them further.

Remember, your potential clients may need several points of contact with you before hiring you. And Facebook pages aren’t the most direct communication route. So make sure your Facebook page leads them to other ways they can connect with you as well.

Here are a few tips to take your coaching Facebook Page from dead end to expressway:

1. If your biz name / Facebook Page name doesn’t clearly state what you do, add it. “Social Stephanie” isn’t as helpful as “Social Stephanie: Freelance writer”. Any Facebook page for coaches, consultants and speakers should include the specifics like “Personal Finance Coach” or “Women’s Empowerment Speaker.”

2. Make your Page’s cover pic informative. Include your biz name, what you do and contact info for a better preview. If people are scrolling through a post of 100+ links, make it easy to find what they’re looking for.

Kamila of Journey To Launch has a wonderful Facebook cover. She uses her lead magnet (a free email course on how to save money) as her cover image. Change your Facebook button to correspond to your offer using the box with three dots next to the button, and you’re all set.

With this method, when you post your link in a comment, your full cover image, which appears when someone hovers over the link, will give enough detail to entice your prospective clients to click. And they won’t have to dig for information.

3. Include links to your other social media profiles in your About section. Facebook’s default setting gives you space for your website and email address. To add Twitter (if you choose) and LinkedIn (always!) just edit your contact info and click the “add account” button.

LinkedIn and Twitter are my faves, so I always connect with people through their links. If your Instagram is personal pics only, it’s ok to skip it. But I’d urge anyone in a visual business, like design consultants, to link your Instagram too.

4. Make sure to include your email address also. I know this seems obvious, but you’d be surprised how many coaches forget to add their contact info or website link to their page. Dead end city.

5. Include your Twitter feed. Are you dropping gems on Twitter that your potential clients should see? You can add a Twitter or Instagram app on Facebook that displays your timeline and a “follow” button right on your FB page. I like this as a method to “show your work.”

By the way, my Twitter feed is pretty cool; you should follow me!

A clear, informative Facebook page is crucial for coaches and speakers today. These 5 tips will have clients finding YOU.

Which of these tips helped you the most? Let me know in the comments. Happy networking!

Originally published at

Share your comments below. Please read our commenting guidelines before posting. If you have a concern about a comment, report it here.

You might also like...


How To Use Live Videos On Facebook For A Maximum Impact

by Juliette Stapleton

Why The Quick Wins Are The Worst Kind

by Juliette Stapleton

9 Straightforward Steps To Grow Your Instagram Following Quickly

by Darrah Brustein

Sign up for the Thrive Global newsletter

Will be used in accordance with our privacy policy.

Thrive Global
People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.


We use cookies on our site to give you the best experience possible. By continuing to browse the site, you agree to this use. For more information on how we use cookies, see our Privacy Policy.