Constantly posting interesting content on Facebook seems like an easy thing to do…until you hit week number two. Suddenly, the ideas run low and it can be tricky to know what to post so we have some fantastic ideas for you here.
1 FAQs – Regardless of whether you are offering a product or a service, why not answer a question that always comes up? Even if it isn’t being asked to you directly, use sources like Quora to find questions that are commonly asked in your industry. After doing this, people will soon start to visit your page.
2 VIDEOS– Continuing on from the previous point, you could always answer the question via a video. Soon, fans will recognize your face and view you as a trustworthy source.
3 READ for INSPIRATION – When writers write books, they are always told to read, and this is no different. Research other blogs in your niche and see if you can pull (not copy) ideas from them. If multiple blogs are doing the same thing, it could be showing a trend.
4 QUESTIONS – On Facebook and online in general, people love to get involved so it could be a good idea to post a question. As long as you keep the question short, people will soon answer to help or give their input.
5 TALK to EXPERTS – Is there someone in your field that could provide insight for your audience? If so, record an interview with them and post it on your Facebook page. Not only will this satisfy existing followers, but it will also encourage new fans to follow your page.
6 BE APPRECIATIVE – If you reach a certain number of likes, thank your audience and let them know that you appreciate it. Hopefully, they will share the post, and new people will be tempted to like.
7 SHARE A LEADERS’ POST – If you have a thought leader in your niche or industry, it is a good idea to share their content every once in a while because it shows love to that thought leader as well as the fact that you’re not all about you.
8 QUOTES – No matter what product or service you’re offering, everybody loves a good quote. If you can, choose something that brings motivation and look for quotes that people can relate to. Furthermore, you could even look for lesser-known quotes by famous people.
9 RE-SHARE a BLOG POST – It seems a shame to create a brilliant blog post only to advertise it once and then leave it forever more. Why not post it again and say ‘just in case you missed it’ for all the people who weren’t following at the time or maybe didn’t see it at the time?
10 LIST, LIST, LIST – Finally, list posts are all the range because we all love to sit and read through lists on different topics. When looking for advice, we often choose the webpage that has a list so create something short and exciting.
So there we have it, ten fantastic ideas for creating new Facebook content to keep your readers engaged. With these in mind, you shouldn’t have any problems for months to come!