In this video, learn how to get more engagement on Facebook for free without relying on ads.
- Facebook has openly said … that its algorithm favors content posted … from personal profiles and not brand or company pages. … Today, less than 1% of your page followers … actively see content … posted by your company in their newsfeed, … arguably making Facebook a pay-to-play platform for brands. … The following checklist offers insight … into what you can do to reclaim organic reach on Facebook … without paying to reach your own fans. … First, post content directly to Facebook … known as native posting, … versus using a third-party scheduling tool. … Next, keep traffic contained on Facebook … instead of attempting to send users … to your website or YouTube channel. … If you are posting website links in your content, … there's a high likelihood that the algorithm … will deprioritize your content. … Consider using Facebook Live … to host a weekly show from your company account, … or tap into Facebook Live for product demos. … By using Facebook Live, … Facebook will send a notification to your followers …
- 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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