List Of Social Media Post Content That Push Engagement

Engagement and relationship with customers is an important aspect to sustain business development.  Because it has several benefits. It can make a better fit between product and demand. It builds awareness and consideration to your brand.

Here list of post content on social media that trigger engagement. Then you can add your products as one of an actor in the story. That is soft selling method in social media.

Live Video (Live Video)

In the latest Facebook algorithm, facebook priority posts that build meaningful interaction. The live video broadcast brings meaningful because there is direct interaction, not just words and pictures but there are faces.
What is it?  Talk what’s in there. Is the ad unobtrusively alive? Generally, people on facebook want to communicate with friends, about useful information and entertainment. You can fill it with articles submitted directly via Facebook video.

Checklist / Template

The product is usually part of a larger program for the customer, maybe it’s a picnic, setting up a house, preparing a committee event. Providing checklists and templates can be material for covert promotions.

Discounts

We can give discounts to the viewers. With that discount, we can ask them to fill out their identity form, email, and phone.

Competition and Gifts

Competition on fanpage can provoke audience engagement for click thumbs, comments, tag friends and share. So the facebook algorithm fooled consider the posting is an issue that concerns many people and deserves to be distributed to the newsfeed.
There are several competitions that can be done. Competition with a gift for a winner. People who want to joint competition has to comments, tag and share thumbs. Competition create status with links from fanpage post, race make an interesting comment, race make photo title, race to get input, race fill point, race answer question.

The effectiveness of this method depends on the effectiveness of facebook algorithm detecting this sort of thing.

Interesting Facts

Facts about statistics, funny facts can be a comforting thing and help them respond to something for the development of their lives. Interesting facts can be about the raw materials you use in your product, or about the production process. If fanpage about coffee, make interesting facts about coffee. That’s an example. It does not have to be about that, it could be about the customer segment situation. About the city situation. About the child’s situation. About health.

Comment on the friend’s status

For personal accounts, not fanpages, comments on the status of friends will increase the chance of occurrence of our status on his status. Non-spam comments create closeness and understanding of the needs of the viewers. Which gives the opportunity of the Facebook algorithm.

Behind the scenes

The stories about the production behind can be an interesting story as well as a promotional charge. There are stories about business struggles, inventions, and inspirations that intrigue the customer segment.

Answering customer questions

Their question could be material for the status post on fanpage. This post signifies their attention. If they are called in their identities, including the question, they certainly feel particularly cared for,

Share viral status

Viral and widespread content in social media has the potential to lure engagement to your status and fanpage. If that status can be associated with the product you have. If the spice peanut sauce, ya looking for viral status about diet. New dietary methods usually tend to be viral, especially the method is better than before. For example, no need to feel hungry, no need to feel weakness and weakness of another previous diet.

If you are looking for viral posts, there are some webs that provide an updated list of buzzsumo.com.

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