Having a tough time eliciting any reaction from your Facebook community?
Fret no more - here are two easy peasy ways to get more Likes, comments and shares on your Facebook page.
- Post a picture. A picture says a thousand words and with Facebook this couldn't be more true. And no not a thumbnail tiny picture from a blog post - but an actual picture. Even better would be to snap a shot from Instagram, DipTic or any of the other cool Smartphone camera apps out there.
- Ask your community to LIKE your post. While it's not OK to be that person on the street corner begging for spare change it is OK to ask your Facebook community to LIKE your post. Don't believe me? Check out the Visit Pine Island Facebook post as a perfect example. When this picture was posted there were only slightly more than 400 Facebook LIKES, yet...59 folks Liked that one little ole post, 2 people commented and better still 2 more folks shared it on their wall. Not bad interaction for a page with under 500 Facebook Likes.
Check out this recent Mashable Infographic "How to Get More Likes, Shares on Facebook."
READERS: How to you engage your community?
Like her love for adventure travel, Karen Moran's 15 year advertising career has been quite a journey.
She launched her ad career at iconic Leo Burnett. From there she went on to BBDO, Publicis & Hal Riney, West Wayne and others.
With an equally diverse client roster, Karen has managed multi-million dollar ad campaigns for Dodge, Toyota, Oldsmobile, Sealy, OfficeMax, Time Warner Cable, Disney Cruise Line, Canyon Ranch, the Kissimmee Convention & Visitors Bureau and even worked on post-Hurricane Katrina marketing efforts for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Karen has since given up big ad agency life to go off on her own. She is now Chief Mischief Maker (aka Head Cheese) at Magnet Social Media When not diligently working to help small brands ignite and foster social dialogue, Karen enjoys her time being out on the water. After all her company is located on a tiny palm-tree laden, stop-light free island called Matlacha off Fort Myers, Florida. Population less than 800. No really, it is.
And, if ya every get a chance to speak with Karen, be sure to ask her how she got a Major League Baseball player...to tweet.
Magnet Social Media
Fort Myers, Florida
Phone: (239) 314-4778
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