Ten things you can do to make your Facebook page more effective Guest Blog by @kellikoladish
Kelli Koladish wrote this compelling piece (ok so I thought it was compelling!) on Facebook pages. How many great Facebook pages have you seen?
So you hopped on the social media bandwagon and created a Facebook page for your business. But now you’re seeing low numbers and are disappointed. There might be several reasons why your Facebook Page sucks, but there are a few things that you can do to help remedy that situation.
Facebook requires patience and commitment
The first thing you need to keep in mind is that social media is an investment, mainly of time. Rome wasn’t built in a day, neither will an active Facebook audience. It requires patience and commitment to make it worthwhile.
I believe that crafting a social media plan is the most important thing, but assuming you already have a plan and reason for being there, these are 10 tips that will help to improve visibility and encourage sharing on your page.
You are not alone.
Trust me when I say, you are not alone on this. There are so many pages out there that just aren’t effective. But since you’re here, you’re actually taking action to figure out why your Facebook page sucks, and you’re attempting to fix the situation. Kudos to you!
What do you think? Have you had success with your Facebook page? Share your thoughts and anything you’d add to the list.
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Thanks to Kelli Koladish for the insightful post. I think we become innured to what we have and often get buried in what we are trying to accomplish that we don’t spend some extra time to make things like this more engaging.
Thoughts? Comments? Ideas?
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