In this video, learn how to reclaim organic reach on Facebook by following these simple must-haves for using Facebook as a sales and marketing channel.
- With over two billion monthly active users, … Facebook is a powerful marketing resource. … However, on average, brand pages only receive 1% or less … organic reach due to Facebook's algorithm … which favors content posted by non-business users. … Here's what you need to know to maximize … your Facebook page reach. … Facebook is a business and wants your advertising budget. … If you're going to increase your reach on Facebook, … you need to pay for it, … which is why the algorithm prioritizes content … from non-business pages, including groups. … A mistake that almost every business page on Facebook makes … is the engagement call to action, such as like this post … or comment below. … Instead, make your content so good … that, instinctively, users will want to engage with it. … For instance, a good image and short caption, … or maybe ask a question and lead in with emotion. … Have visually appealing content that users will want … to engage with and share with their friends. … Last, Facebook will prioritize content that keeps users …
- Expanding your network with LinkedIn Groups
- Writing the perfect InMail message on LinkedIn
- How often you should post on social media
- Using Facebook as a sales and marketing channel
- Humanizing your brand
- Reclaiming lost fans on Facebook
- Building a Messenger chat bot
- Getting your first 10,000 YouTube subscribers
- Using hashtags
Skill Level Beginner
Social Media Marketing Foundationswith Brian Honigman1h 56m Beginner
1. Social Media Marketing Tips
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