Do you have a Facebook Page and a Facebook personal profile?
Are you trying to figure out how to work your business life into your personal life on Facebook?
Well, have no fear. I’m going to lay it all out for you and dive into some of the reasons the two sides of your Facebook life should be linked together.
You may also want to review your Facebook privacy settings to help you understand what’s visible on your personal profile.
Here are 9 tips for understanding how your Page and your profile work together.
#1: Understand That Your Page and Your Profile Are Very Separate
Even though you log into your profile to get to your Page and they look like they are linked together, no one else knows which Pages are attached to your profile.
When you log in using the email address you use for your personal profile, you can then switch to use Facebook as your Page. Think of it as having to get to your Business Page via your personal profile.
If your fans are not interacting with your brand and sharing your content, what value are they?
In this article, you’ll discover how to get more likes, comments and shares. I’ll reveal five strategies for Facebook posts that get your fans buzzing.
#1: Keep Your Updates Short
Research repeatedly shows that the longer a post is, the less engagement it will receive.
Blame it on Twitter, but people don’t have the time or patience to read anything over 140 characters anymore.
Results vary, but research shows that 100 characters or fewer seems to be the sweet spot. This will also allow for easy cross-posting on Twitter.
Want even more engagement? Let a photo do the talking.
According to Facebook, posts that include a photo album, picture or video generate about 180%, 120% and 100% more engagement, respectively.
Facebook continues to be the social media platform of choice for many businesses.
So we spoke with top Facebook experts to find out the hottest marketing tips businesses need to know today.
#1: Leverage videos more effectively on Facebook with Open Graph
My hottest tip is for those who sell products or services on their websites and have Like buttons attached to them: Share videos, not just still images!
Let me explain. When someone likes a product or service on your website, a story will be displayed on Facebook with a title, a description and an image. It will look like this:
Well, look no further. In this episode of Social Media Examiner TV, Mari Smith shares her favorite Facebook apps and explains what they can do for your business.
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