How to Effectively Promote Your Content on Facebook

Discussion in 'Social Media' started by clinicspa, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. clinicspa

    clinicspa New Member

    Thank you
  2. Charles T

    Charles T Administrator

    Good topic @clinicspa ! Facebook is a great place to promote your business and your content because it has a more captive & engaged audience than many other mediums.

    One way to get extra eyes on your post is to use # (hashtag) terms that are relevant to your post and/or @ (tag) any other companies or individuals that are mentioned in it. Make sure it is being shared publicly (globe symbol) so that it has a chance of reaching the most people.

    If you're willing to pay a little, another great tactic is to "Boost" your post with Facebook's Ad Manager. Determine your budget and the intended audience - in your case this may be those interested in spas, wellness, and so on; and further narrow down the ideal viewer's age range, location, etc. criteria to target the post. Then experiment with a short duration Boost before graduating to a bigger or longer one.

    Make sure the post catches someone's eyes as they scroll (put yourself in their position). If the title and picture exemplify what the post is about, then you're more likely to get worthwhile impressions and clicks!
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  3. roxane

    roxane New Member

    These are some good tips! Thanks for sharing
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  4. margret

    margret Member

    1. Add the Facebook Like button to your posts

    2. Share the post on your wall

    3. Tag others where relevant

    4. Post to other Facebook Pages

    5. Share your post on your Facebook personal profile

    6. Boost post engagement through the Facebook ads interface

    7. Use Facebook comments on your website

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  5. ShazS

    ShazS New Member

    Great tips Charles, i must add that dont make your Facebook page about only business. Post some personal or office staff activities to make more human like and so that more people will engage with your FB page
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  6. SamuelKennedy

    SamuelKennedy Member

    Excellent advice I must add, Charles, that you should not use your Facebook page just for business purposes. Post some personal or office staff activities to make your Facebook page more human-like and to encourage more people to interact with it.
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