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10 Top Small Business Facebook Page Designs to Inspire You

Facebook pages is the place where a lot of inspiring  innovation, marketing and design is happening on the social web.10 Top Small Business Facebook Page Designs to Inspire You

Major brands are often worth checking out as they can wow you with the the latest in innovation such as Facebook stores, inspiring embedded videos and designs that look like they cost a fortune. If you want to obtain some good ideas it is a good business practice to emulate elements of the most popular Facebook pages in the world such as Lady Gaga or one of the top company Facebook pages StarBucks.

Most companies think they don’t have the budgets and resources to take it to that level.

Some smaller companies who have realised the importance of a Facebook page as an extension of their website and blog  are also providing great examples of what can be done on Facebook without big budgets.

Social Media Examiner is running a competition for the best Facebook pages for small business so I thought it would be worth taking a closer look at some of the finalists.

Keep in mind that design is not just how a Facebook page “looks’ it goes much deeper than that it is also how “it works”

10 Top Small Business Facebook Page Designs

1.  Arizona Pro DJ’s

Facebook Likes: 10, 128

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. It looks professional and makes the company look credible and maybe bigger than it is.

2. Provides email sign up tab for capturing those all important email subscribers to add to the database

3. YouTube page with testimonials to capture the excitement in a multimedia format

Arizona Pro DJ Facebook Page

2. Brasserie Sixty6

Facebook Likes: 4,649

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. A custom “Welcome” tab that makes the landing page a design that invites rather than turning up to a the wall page

2. A reviews page that displays third party and authentic testimonials

3. Menu is included in a custom tab page so customers don’t have to click away to the website

Brasserie Sixty6 Facebook Page

3. Crafty Mumma’s

Facebook Likes: 13,172

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. Eye catching design that promotes the brand

2. The Facebook “Showcase Saturday” page makes it easy for Crafty Mumma to showcase clients work. Promoting clients on your Facebook page is a marketing tactic that promotes sharing which is what powers the social web and always works well.

3. A “Promote Your Product” custom tab and page that captures email.

Crafty Mummas Facebook Page

4. Kimberly Castleberry

Facebook Likes: 2,009

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. There is a custom tab landing page

2. You can buy her eBook on her Facebook site from her “Shop Now” tab

3. Links to her blog and LinkedIn from the menu on the Facebook page

Kim Castleberry Facebook Page

5. Easy LunchBoxes

Facebook Likes: 11,155

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. Eye catching branded “Welcome!” page

2. Links to “YouTube” , Twitter and the Blog on the landing page as well as the menu

3. Newsletter signup tab for that all important email subscriber acquisition

Easy Lunch Boxes Facebook Page

6. GardenQuest

Facebook Likes: 55,607

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. Welcome landing tab that provides unique content when the page is “liked”

2.Their Facebook page makes it easy and provides a call to action to share the game with friends

3. Photo page that provides high definition images

GardenQuest Facebook Page

7. HiredMyWay

Facebook Likes: 1,281

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. Multimedia “Welcome” landing page with great branding and a high definition online video

2. Custom tab with a referral program

3. Link to the the company blog in the menu

HiredMyWay.com Facebook Page

8. How to Market Your Horse Business

Facebook Likes: 3,979

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. Branded Landing page done with a custom tab

2. Sign up for email newsletter on the Facebook page

3. A review page that displays third party independent testimonials

How to Market Your Horse Business Facebook Page

9.Illegal Jack’s South West Grill

Facebook Likes: 2,734

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. To grab a “special deal”  you have to like the page

2. Good branding

3.  Includes a “Foursquare” Tab from PlaceWidget

Illegal Jacks Facebook Page

10. Intrepid Travel

Facebook Likes: 78,645

What’s to Like about this Facebook Page:

1. This Facebook page taps into the popularity of games and competitions on Facebook and this has resulted in the highest number of Facebook likes in this list. To enter the competition you have to like the page

2. Holidays and travel is all about the experiences, and photos  are the best way to capture that. A photos page is populated with hundreds of high definition images

3.  You can search and find tours on the Facebook page without having to leave and go to a website.

Intrepid travel Facebook Page

These 10 Facebook pages highlight that you don’t have to be a major brand to have a creative facebook page or one that engages with your audience and increases your fan base.

Which one did you like or are there some other small business Facebook pages you would recommend. Look forward  to reading your views.

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  • Jeff,

    Great resource!  Also noted the varied media and use of different applications.

    Thank you,


  • I love the variety and creativity here!  Thank you for the inspiration!  

  • Kelly Lester

    Kinda tearing up here! What a surprise! This is the first time my design work has ever made a post like this. Since I do all of it myself, this really means so much to me. I’m just super delighted that you included my page Jeff! Thank you!  

    • Peteandbel

      Hello Kelly,

      I really love your facebook page – did you engage a designer to create the left hand side banner and the welcome page. I need to do a similar thing and just wanted to know how you made it all look so pretty? I have a limited budget.

    • I’d like to know how make those big ole landing pages like that!!!

      • You can get them already built into a WordPress Theme. One that does it is Optimize Press

      • Hi Rebecca – Do you mean the big images when you click on the tabs on my FB page??? Those are powered (?) by WooBox (free!). First I make an image (810 pixels wide with variable height), then I use image mapping software so links on them will be clickable (I use CoffeeCup but there are free alternatives) and then I copy and paste the HTML of the image map into the tab on Facebook. Hope that makes a little bit of sense!

  • Great samples and inspiration! The “What’s to Like” list was very helpful, too. Thanks!

  • Frankly I’m a little surprised that Triberr’s FB page didn’t make the list http://www.facebook.com/Triberr

    Shameless plug alert

    • Kimberly Castleberry

      Dan this is the list from the contest that is going on on Social Media Examiner currently. Did you leverage the Triberr community to rally votes for the page during the first nomination phase?

  • Peteandbel

    Brilliant article Jeff!

  • Kimberly Castleberry

    Hey Jeff, thank you so much for taking the time to show off so many fun pages and for including mine. I may not have the most pretty artwork but I have a community there that I absolute adore. Thanks for the generous mention 🙂

  • Well obviously I was half asleep when I typed that… feeting s/b fitting LOL

  • Thank you for checking out our page Jeff, and we appreciate the kind words!

  • Thank you for posting about us Jeff, and we appreciate the kind words. PS: All of those pictures are from our events so we really are that big 🙂

    • Thanks for the comment and a pleasure to feature you. I love your Facebook “page” !! 🙂

  • Colleen

    Hi, so how do you do this? Make a bespoke page with your own design? Very interested my Kamirro page is just photos and comments, what am I doing wrong?

  • Alan Myburgh

    Great blog Jeff, would you have any insights to the best way to customise your FB page?

  • Thanks for share such as very useful post. this post is really very useful and very informative for everybody.

  • I shpuld admit that some of those pages as so creative and quite inspiring.
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  • Jeff has done it again. I didn’t realize these designs were available for Facebook accounts. Some of these creative designs will really grab the customer’s attention.

  • Dave

    I recently got in touch with these guys to do a simple logo design for me .. they are small business owners helping small business owners. They really know how to make you feel welcome that’s for sure.. anyways.. here is their Facebook page.. check em out for yourself.. I think it can go toe to toe with some of the above..


    • Boomernewsnet

      Hmmm, went there and saw “secure browsing not supported”.

  • @melbourne_miss

    Some fantastic ideas that I’ll use for the charity page I run. Proves innovation and not cash is the key!

  • Anonymous

    Many of these pages incorporate paid 3rd party software (as required by FB) whereby liking their page constitutes entry into a promotional contest/giveaway of one sort or another.  Does anyone have some input/insight for which of these 3rd party outfits is least expensive for a business hoping to attract a small niche audience (which in my case a vacation villa in the BVI – link is below)?

  • Sarah Pery

    These are absolutely incredible and so creative however I think that the new timeline will totally change the way the things will look. Hope it will be for good or at least will make things difficult for SMM specialists. 
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  • Sarah Pery

    These are absolutely incredible and so creative however I think that the new timeline will totally change the way the things will look. Hope it will be for good or at least will make things difficult for SMM specialists. 
    Thanks hotel accommodations

  • I think this is a good post.  However, I really detest the sites that force you to “like” them in order to get further into the page.  It’s a very weak method of gaining likes.  If the content is good, that is all that’s needed.  Instead, these pages have a large number of people who “like” them who just ignore the vast majority of updates/emails/whatever that the page owner sends out. 

    I’ve personally made a commitment to myself to never like a page unless I can do it on my own – because I want to like them. If I’m being forced, I’m moving on, no matter how good the content or offer looks.

  • This FB page designs are very inspiring to those small business owners. It is a very good head start to grow their small business and have to build its own name in the future.

  • Jay

    Howcome facebook do not allow us to make pages like the ones you have listed above?

  • carrie

    I sincerely enjoyed studying it. I read your article and find that you make a nice point in
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  • what a helpful article and great facebook profile graphics for inspiration. thank you!