Post Successfully

Monday, April 18, 2011

Facebook has become one of the most popular types of social media that is used daily among society.

The great part about Facebook is that it allows users to create posts based on events or issues that are happening throughout the world or in their personal lives.

The key to being successful with our posts is what many struggle with. According to Buddy Media, there is a guide that explains when and how to manage your Facebook postings.

This guide answers simple questions such as: “What time of the day is the best to post?” “How often?” “How can you engage your friends?” etc. Here is a list of specific tips that can help improve your Facebook posts.

1. Keep your posts short. 80 characters or less allows the viewer to be more engaged.

2. Do not use URL shorteners, being that engagement rates are three times higher with the full URL listed.

3. Engage your reader with a post ending with a question. It makes your viewers think more as well as relate with you.

4. Post outside of business hours. There is no point to waste a good post when not everyone can see it.

5. Post on Thursday or Friday. Many people are excited for the week to be over and engage with Facebook more during these days.

I hope that you can now master a successful Facebook post and get your friends to enjoy what you have to share.

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Kelsey Hagelberg April 19, 2011 at 6:28 AM  

I thought the tip that told the user to post on Thursday or Friday interesting. It makes sense that facebook is viewed more frequently on these days.

Maddie Boswell April 19, 2011 at 9:56 PM  

I agree, it does make sense that people would spend more time on Facebook at the end of the week. If people are looking forward to the weekend and getting tired of the week they might resort to going online more.

Jeremy Dubois April 20, 2011 at 8:16 AM  

Interesting post and tips. Facebook is now the big social media in our society and know how to use it well is important.

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