Get More Facebook Engagement with These Easy Tips!

Facebook engagement– it’s essential to your Fan Page visibility.

Most pages struggle to engage Facebook Fans. You too?

The recent changes to Facebook Edgerank have made it tougher than ever to engage fans.

Take a look at this infographic, try something new, review your Facebook Insights, and see what works for your business!

Get More Facebook Engagement [infographic]

Facebook Engagement Tips
Infographic courtesy of OpenForum

It’s important to know what your audience wants, and when they’re online, so you can share relevant content that they’ll be around to see. These Fan Page tips are somewhat general – some will apply to you and others may not. But I think you’ll find a couple gems here – I know I did!

What do you think? Find a Facebook engagement tip you’re gonna try? I’m fond of quotes for social media, so I want to try that very last tip. People love to share! What would your audience like to share or show off?

If you have other strategies for Facebook engagement, please let us know in the comments!

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4 Responses to Get More Facebook Engagement with These Easy Tips!

  1. Renee Sullivan

    I am going to try the quotes for social media. I have found that when ask my readers to fill in a blank of a phrase I’ve started, that gets some engagement too. I try to use a variety of ways to engage them.

    I have just started to pay attention to the days/times when my audience responds. I will be posting at certain times of the day that I know my readers are online. Have you found this to be a successful strategy for you?
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  2. Lee Johnson

    Thanks for this great post. I love the infographic. I believe the times you give as optimal times to post, would work in any time zone (provided of course that your audience is in the same time zone). Otherwise you schedule you tweets/posts accordingly using something like Hootsuite, taking into account the difference in time zone of your target audience.

    I will definitely be practising this.

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