I have grown my page Facebook page by 40% in the last 50 days. If you click over to my Facebook page you will see my following is not large but it is growing at a much faster rate than it was before thanks to some words of Facebook wisdom I found around the web at the beginning of this year.
4 Sources of Facebook Wisdom That I Can’t Stop Talking About
The headline is true I have bored all my non blogging friends to near death with my new found interest in what makes Facebook tick.
I was wanting to finish up a bit on knitting one night and decided to listen to Crystal Paine’s interview with Chris LocCurto while I completed my handiwork. A few minutes in I went running for a pen and a piece of paper to write down all of Crystal’s great Facebook tips. The next day I started applying her tips and sure enough I saw more likes on my Facebook page almost right away as well as a lot more interaction with my readers which is what I have wanted all along.
A few weeks later I stumbled upon a podcast at Become A Blogger with Rachel Martin, who has a amazing Facebook page with lots of interaction as I was busy cleaning my room (I like to multitask my blog learning). She reaffirmed a lot of what Crystal had said but also went way more in depth on how to structure your status updates. I immediately started applying her tips and started seeing more traffic to my site from Facebook.
Knitting in hand just last week I decided to watch a few of video’s by Holly Homer on YouTube. I love her videos they are very informative. That night I watched two of them that gave me a better grasp of just how the Facebook decides what your audience gets to see and doesn’t get to see as well as how to decipher your Facebook Insights so that you can spend your time on what works and drop what isn’t.
If you have a blog and you are struggling with getting your Facebook page seen, you are going to want to listen and watch all these 4 sources of incredible Facebook wisdom.
I know some blogs have taken the pay to promote bait, but you don’t have too. I also know small bloggers are wondering if they can survive on Facebook without paying for advertisement that they cannot afford, the answer is yes you can. It takes, time, wisdom, strategy and being social.
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