Constantly updating facebook
This template taps into your fans’ urge to opine on the bests & worsts – the funnest things to opine on!
If you have several hundred friends, it could be as many as 10,000.If you do put it down then expect your productivity to go up. You can waste insane amounts of time just scrolling through updates.This is especially true since Facebook doesn’t adhere to a chronological posting format anymore.Thanks to smartphones and improving mobile data speeds, you can check Facebook anywhere and that includes at work.When you put it down, you’ll have to do something else to keep from being bored and that usually means doing actual work.Putting down Facebook means you’ll be freeing up a lot of time. You can spend more time with your significant other and make your relationship stronger.
You can spend more time with friends and reconnect with them on a different level.
I've found that the best way to ask a poll type question on Facebook is to just list the items and add a question mark at the end. Here are some examples I’ve seen do well in the News Feed: Fans love to give their opinions!
Just look at the success of Yelp & other review sites.
Connect with him on Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter. One month it’s photos that get the best reach and engagement. The next month it’s photos with links in the caption! But one post type that seems to always do well on Facebook is status updates. It’s crazy, but Fans seem to respond well to plain ole’ words. And I've definitely written a couple bibles worth of statuses for our Status Ideas Engine. Remember: the key to high engagement is eliciting easy, knee-jerk reactions.
Now I’d like to share what I’ve learned and give you a few easy templates for writing creative, unpredictable & engaging status updates. You want your fans to write the first thing that comes to mind – and not to have think too much.
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