How to get Facebook Engagement

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We all want to grow our Facebook page. (Well, I assume we all do.) But, more important, we want to figure out how to get Facebook engagement. That’s the trick. How do we do that? (Don’t miss my post where I tried to figure out what works on Facebook.)

It’s quite a challenge figuring out how to get Facebook engagement. It has to do with what type of post it is, when we post, how we post it…oh, it’s quite the challenge. All because of this fancy shmancy Facebook algorithm known as “Facebook EdgeRank.” It’s important, trust me. Seriously, trust me.

Getting the Facebook EdgeRank down pat is the difference between your Facebook posts being seen by, oh, 60 people, or 5,000 (or more). And, if one of your posts is ever going to go “viral”? Yeah…all this plays a part.

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How to Get Facebook Engagement Infographic
Source: How to Get More Likes on Facebook – Infographic

You might also want to check out this post on sure-fire ways to get Facebook engagement or this 2015 article on Tips to Increase Fan Engagement on Facebook. Let me know if you try any of them — and what kind of results you see.

Right now, posting my blog content on my Facebook page does not get good results. However, when I post (or share) other content, I do quite well. I generally post (or share) stuff with dogs and cats, heartwarming stories, quotes, and recipes. They do quite well. It gets eyes on my page from time to time, but does it translate into traffic? It’s hard to say.

I was not compensated for writing this post. I just like to share the wealth, when it comes to information about blogging and SEO and Facebook. Especially how to get Facebook engagement.

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  1. Robin Wilson says

    I don’t have a blog, so I was just curious to see what this said. I agree with this. I will be honest. If I get a newsletter from a blog I rarely visit their FB page because the newsletter has the info. I follow several so it would be more time consuming for me to visit and I prefer newsletters, they are easier to read and faster. FB can be a pain sometimes.

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