Have you used Facebook to find content that’s most appealing to your readers?
You can write shareable blog posts by taking the time to understand what your audience really wants from you.
In this article you’ll discover four ways to find the ideas your fans want to discuss and share.
Why Shareable Blog Content Matters
If people aren’t compelled to share your blog content, it’s just not going to happen–Like buttons alone won’t cut it. Your content has to be remarkable enough to encourage sharing.
How can you find a targeted audience and encourage them to join your list?
The answer is to leverage the people who already like you: your Facebook fans.
This article shows you three ways brands are using Facebook apps to grab their fans’ attentions and encourage them to subscribe to their list.
Why Use Facebook to Find Email Subscribers?
Email converts new customers more effectively than any other digital medium. The key is having the right people on your list—the ones who want to hear what you have to say and are most likely to buy from you. That’s where Facebook comes in.
Your Facebook fans are probably fans because they already like your products or services. That’s a great start to finding a narrowly targeted audience that’s likely to buy from you.
A simple lead funnel gives context to the process. By engaging with your Facebook fans, you build trust. From there, you can ask your fans to sign up for emails that share information they’re interested in. With strong email and marketing tactics, you end up with sales and long-term customers.
Are you frustrated with Facebook’s frequent changes to the news feed algorithm?
Do you feel like you’re being forced to buy ads to reach your audience?
While Facebook change is the rule rather than the exception, this article gives you 18 ways you can improve your Facebook news feed performance—and gain the upper hand.
How Reach Is Created on Facebook
Facebook defines reach as the number of unique Facebook users who see your updates.
To see your page’s reach, go to Facebook Insights and look at your page’s Reach report. You’ll be able to see how your reach is improving over time (as shown below).