How to Boost the Engagement of Your FB Content


Well there are lots of other articles available on internet about this topic. Post quality content, content should be familiar to your website niche, create competition to boost the engagement. The stats I am showing here can help you to enhance the reputation of your FB page.

Post Photos to Get More Interaction

If you post photos describing information related to your product or services, you will get more attention than links, videos or text-based updates. According to a survey by HubSpot, photos get 53% more likes, 104% more comments and 84% more click-through on links than text-based posts.

Photos Get More Interaction

Post Quality Content:

When people like your Page, This is a clear indication that they care about your business or product and want to know what more you are going to provide them next. Thank people for becoming your fans. Posting appropriate content is the most important thing you can do to keep people interested.

Use Emoticons To Increases Comments

Emoticons tend to add a more human side to your communications, and it seems like this comes across fairly well with users.

If you thought emoticons were only for teens, you need to rethink. According to me what I think, emoticons can make a big difference to your engagement rates. Posts with emoticons get 33% more comments, get shared 33% more often. Even better: they get liked 57% more often than posts without emoticons.

emoticons Increases comments

Use HashTags to Increase the Visibility

Hash tags can boost your social media marketing. When you use Hashtags (#) topics and phrases turn into clickable links in your posts. When you click a hash tag, you’ll see a feed of posts that include that hash tag. You’ll also see some related hash tags at the top. Note more than 3 hash tags can make your posts desperate & boring.

Integrate Multiple Social Networks

You can use multiple Facebook Applications to pull in your other already existing social accounts. With the help of some effective applications like pagemodo, Big Like, Woobox, you can pull in Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Flickr, and many others reasonably quickly. With multiple social tab integrated into your page, liker have a chance to see what more you are offering on your other social channel.

FB tabs

Anybody can like but not everybody can comment. Be different.

When someone becomes a fan on Facebook, immediately thank them! Give them something in return, least send them a quick “thanks!” message.

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