I have scoured through pages and they all look the same; little or no interaction – a quality that has been overlooked by most people when setting up their Facebook pages.
Even some of the major companies don’t get it right either – post so much ‘news content’ that it becomes the 6:00 news service, only live. I feel that we may be turning into a bunch of Google eyes and not enthusiastic participants.
I advocate that we create “Active” content and that could be just what we are doing at the time of day.
So how does this affect your page?
How are you going at interacting and engaging your followers?
What “test and measure” steps do you have in place? ( that may include the analytics)
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