Simple Secret to Check Your Facebook Page Revealed

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Setting up your Facebook page isn’t difficult, but there are plenty of areas to remember in order to have a complete page that looks as good as you can make it and helps you with your online goals.

Check out this infographic for some simple secrets to having a great Facebook page!

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6 comments
Zeb Welborn
Zeb Welborn

Michael, like the infographic. Is 2% talking about this the industry standard? I'm curious to hear where that number came from.

Michael Nelson
Michael Nelson

Zeb, great question! Admap analyzed the top 200 brands on FB and found an average engagement of under .5%, 10% of pages at 1% or greater and only 1 above 2%. It seems like a stretch goal in light of these numbers, but those are brands with millions of followers and small and mid-sized businesses can best those numbers and get great engagement going. Hope that helps - it's obviously one that can be moved a bit based on circumstance, but just having that in mind can help drive a FB strategy. Michael

Gordon Robinson
Gordon Robinson

Hey Mike. Great info graphic. Really simple but spot on!

Michael Nelson
Michael Nelson

Thanks Gordon, I'm a fan of the simple explanation!

Niveen Salem
Niveen Salem

Great insights Mike! I never looked into the apps before. When I checked it out, I couldn't find the 3 offered in this article. Also, what is the 70/20/10 rule? I know the 80/20. Thanks for sharing ~ Niveen

Michael Nelson
Michael Nelson

Thanks Niveen - I use it as 70% original content, 20% shared content that is valuable to your readers and 10% content that is anything related to sales.

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