How to get the most from your Facebook posts

It’s far too easy for your Facebook posts to get lost in the noise. MonkeyFish provides expert social media marketing services that can help you to create effective and engaging campaigns. We’ve compiled a few tips to make sure you get the most from your Facebook posts, whether you choose to boost your posts or not.

Effective social media for your business

The easiest way to get the most from your Facebook posts is by constantly monitoring each specific posts’ performance. By measuring the likes, shares, comments and general engagements the post receives, you can determine what kind of content resonates well with your target audience.

Certain factors have a direct impact on the performance of your Facebook updates. The time of day is incredibly important and you should experiment to see when your audience is most active. Lunchtime and the evening can be popular as people check their phones as they eat or after work. However, if you’re targeting students or the elderly, you may experience better results when posting at other times of the day.

As important as it is to watch out for positive trends, keep an eye out for negative signals. If posts receive no interactions or result in people unfollowing or hiding your page, then you should act.  Negative feedback can be constructive and help you to create posts that your followers really want to see.

The MonkeyFish team can provide advice and guidance regarding paid social posts. There are benefits to paid content but it is important to utilise it in the most effective way. Speak to our experts today to find out more about our social media marketing.

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For more information on the social media campaigns that MonkeyFish create, please get in touch with a member of our team today. Call us on 01282 504730 to speak to an expert or enter your details and contact us online.

 

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