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Facebook post engagement, something that most digital entrepreneur struggle with at the beginning.
Not interested in being a Facebook ads expert while feeling you’re making a mistake on your Facebook page?
Yes, Facebook ads do drive traffic to your page using audience targeting. But if you are just starting out you might not have money to invest on ads. If you are on a budget, have I got good news for you. Today, I am showing you three ways to improve your Facebook post engagement without spending a dime on ads.
People can get overwhelmed when you tell them “go here, do this.” They love when you show them exactly how to do something, and they get to see the result. They are looking for that result so being able to watch someone show them how to get there is motivating. It makes them want to share, and it’s easy to understand.
Tee Major Fitness uses live videos to complete 20-minutes workout sessions on Facebook live to encourage their audience. They show people how easy it is to complete a quick workout every day.
Every year my son’s school has picture day the second week of school. I always forget and run to the local Gap for last minute clothes shopping. This year the clerk who was helping me went above and beyond. She worked hard to help me save money while still making my baby look super handsome for picture day.
I was so pleased that I gave Gap a shout out on Facebook. I used one of Gap’s popular hashtags, and I tagged their page in the post. They responded by tagging MY fan page and mailing me a “Thank You” gift card. Now THAT is how you keep customers coming back for more, and that is also an unexpected way to improve your Facebook engagement!
Giving a shout out to your favorite brand can turn into free engagement, like a tag by a page like Gap with over 8 million followers. It’s simple, easy and you can do it without being spammy!Click To Tweet
Use something SUPER motivational and invite your followers to participate because this will help generate a significant amount of comments, likes, and shares.
Once, Gary Vaynerchuck used a clip of a video to answer a question he had gotten from a fan struggling to move forward in his business. Using this tactic, he connected with fans who had the same struggle. He encouraged them to “Break the Pattern” and move forward in their business. The post got 246 comments, and it allowed him to get a snapshot of some of the needs of his fans.
These are just a few of the ways you can improve your Facebook post engagement for FREE. I invite you to use them now. You can start building lasting relationships, extend your posts’ visibility, and learn more about your fans wants and needs.
What do you think? How do you plan to create more Facebook post engagement? Please, share your thoughts!
Hi, I’m Webly. My passion is working with determined entrepreneurs who are ready to dominate their websites, grow their potential client list, and nail it on social media so they can start focusing on the core of their business.READ MORE