Whenever I create an infographic for my I make sure to (re)share it to fans of my Page and comment on it. You can also use it to open a debate. If, like me, you don’t know how to create infographics, you can simply take an infographic that has already been made and mention the person or company that made it.
That way, everyone’s happy: your fans (because they learned something new) and its creator (because you’re reposting their work). If you want to create your own infographics, there are online tools like that allow you to make them (but it still takes time and energy).
Social networks were created to discuss
and what better than to ask a question to start a discussion? It’s strange, but it took me much longer to find a concrete example on this point.
I finally found one. You see Slovenia Business Email List the only purpose of this post is for people to comment. An image attracts more attention than a block of text, so ask your question in the image.
You can also request an opinion. That’s what I did when I first shared an animated video on my Page.
I end this article with 2 final post ideas
that you should have in your arsenal.
We start with the photos.
Regardless of the social network on which you publish a photo, you have every chance of generating visibility and engagement. For what
As I explain in this article on the, emotions AND stories can increase the virality of a post.
Here is an example of a post where I publish a photo of myself with some failures that I experienced B2C Reviews in my professional life before obtaining (a little) success with my
This post got more engagements than the videos or reels I usually post on my Facebook Page.
Finally, I end with the statuses: Facebook publications that do not contain media!
These are the first posts you published on Facebook more than 10 years ago now.
Over time, Facebook has given more weight to posts that contain media , first images and then videos.
Eventually, with the drop in the (all formats combined), creators have (re)discovered the power of statuses on Facebook.
Short or long posts, but impactful. A message is communicated. A story is told. An emotion is transmitted.
This is the case with this post by Marie which could only generate engagement.