Facebook PageFacebook has been updating and changing many aspects of the Facebook Page.

With all the changes it can seem confusing… Overwhelming… and completely nuts!

Heck, half the time I want to throw up my hands and say…

“Facebook… I am DONE with you!”

Yet, I still come crawling back… looking for a better way to grow my business.

So I am going to share a few secrets with you that I learned from my friends Kate McShea and Nick Haubner.

They call this the 5 Facebook Page posts must haves.

Just a reminder… you are building a fan page and if you are building ‘You Inc’ then you better be willing to open up to your fans and have a little fun.

Facebook Page Must Haves

First off I want to start by saying video and content are king. If you can add value to your fan base and improve the Facebook Page experience… Facebook is gonna love ya.

  1. Image Post. Start your day of with an inspirational quote or mindset. Ideally this is best to schedule first thing in the morning.
  2. Text Post. Fun fact about your business, industry, your job, or even life around you. Kinda of like a… “Did you know….”
  3. Find Industry related blog posts to share. Use an app called snip.ly as a way to let people know that it is YOU sharing this related content piece. (total insider stuff here).
  4. Share an ‘about you story’. Grab an old photo, new photo and open up to your fans. Share something about who you are as a person. Build a relationship with your fans.
  5. Teaser Video. Create a 60 second or less teaser video inviting your fans to check out the newest blog post that you created. This needs to be a raw video uploaded to your Facebook page.

The idea behind this type of posting to to create engagement and to drive traffic to your blog.

Get people off of your Facebook Page and get them to experience your blog. Your blog should be set up so that you are capturing emails or have a service to provide.

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Facebook Page Engagement

So should you have more posts on your Facebook Page? Is less really more with Facebook?

This is a question that has come up quite a bit over the last few weeks. With the change in algorithm, that Facebook pages seem to go through every 6 months… what is the best practice?

It would seem that there is not perfect answer and that it all depends on your audience. Some Facebook Pages do really well with 3-5 posts a day and others 7-10 posts a day.

There is a great way to improve your Facebook page posts by Social Media Examiner. This post highlights 6 ways to improve your posts on your Facebook page. I like #4 because not enough marketers use it.

Heck even I forget to use it most of the time.

I’ll be honest… my Facebook pages needs some improvement but since I have started implementing the strategy above.. and I still need to work on #5 I have seen more engagement and more activity on my Facebook page.

I hope you got value from this blog post and if you did, please share! YOU ROCK!

How are you using your Facebook page to build your business? Comment below.

Yours in Gratitude,

Chef Katrina van Oudheusden

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    10 replies to "Facebook Page – 5 Daily Posts For Engagement"

    • Ajay Singh

      Hi Katrina,

      I go through on your whole content and it is really so much interesting. But uust 5 Daily Posts is not enough for Engagement. I would like to say that you have missed to mention other important aspects to increase engagement. Just like what is the best time to post content, should mention the #keywords #tags helps to rank fb profile in google top search results which will increase enagagement too. Also follow max 3 users in a day..I am an Online Reputation Expert. Ajay Singh Bisht

      • Katrina

        Totally agree with you Ajay. It does require knowing best times to post, hashtags and creating conversation for engagement.

        Thank you for bringing up these valid points. Will have to make sure I do a blog post about those elements also.

    • Chuck Holmes

      I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. Just when I think I’ve figured everything out they go and change something. Ugh! I’ve gotten the best results by having my own closed group on Facebook. I used to do a fan page but ever since they did their recent updates, my fans don’t even see my page updates. I’ve done okay with the paid ads, but they don’t give me too much of a ROI. I mostly use Facebook to stay in touch with people and meet new people, and then I take the relationship offline as quickly as possible. Just my two cents.

      Great post, Chef!


      • Katrina

        Totally agree with the love hate relationship with FB. I love them for marketing and business building but for all other things… Thank you Chuck for stopping by and commenting! Let me know how your groups on FB are doing?

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    • Jaye Carden

      I am really wanting to engage more with Facebook, so this is perfect that you wrote this. I like the idea of using inspiration in the first post. I know Facebook is big, and works, but I have never used it as much as I have another social site. I am making the decision to work more on Facebook, and do something with it. Thanks for the tips, and inspiration!

      • Katrina

        Jaye I love FB for marketing. Being able to create laser targeted traffic has me using my FB page more and more for building my brand and finding people interested in joining me in my business. 🙂
        Have fun and keep me posted on your results.

    • Hilary DeFreitas

      I’ve actually started using some of these suggestions and my engagement has increased tremendously! we’re talking 1 to 2 likes to almost 17 likes per post! This strategy really boosts engagement on your page.

    • Ruthanne

      Thanks Katrina for these tips. I’ve bookmarked the post and will come back and back to it. #1 was an “V8” moment for me – what a perfect thing to post!

      • Katrina

        I love using Facebook for marketing and building a tribe. Other than that, I don’t think people care about what I had for breakfast.

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