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Five ways to increase your engagement on Facebook
Five ways to increase your engagement on Facebook

How to get your posts seen, liked, and shared by your audience on Facebook.

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Written by Hannah McKernon
Updated over a week ago

Here are five tips on how to make sure your content gets seen, liked and shared. 

Post relevant content 

People follow your page for interesting content from your business, town, venue, etc - educate them on your products, services, or offerings, feature how-to posts and offer helpful insider tips. 

Ask questions

Facebook favours posts that have conversation around them. Try asking your followers what they think of your new products, your next event, or a new idea. Images will really make this pop. 

Reply to comments

If someone has taken the time to leave you a comment on a post, make sure you reply just as you would if someone had spoken to you face to face. This creates engagement on your post and shows Facebook that it is relevant to your audience.

Use photos or videos 

Another must is including an image or a video, people are much more likely to engage with a visual post.  

Keep your posts bite-sized

Your followers are busy scrolling through their friends’ posts, so make sure your post is to the point and grabs their attention to make them stop scrolling and read what you have to say. 

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