Having trouble finding great Facebook content to post on your page?
Tired of Googling for content only to find the same old boring stuff?
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I confess, I used to use Google to search for images to post on my Facebook page.
I would search for keyword phrases like “motivational quotes” or “motivational quotes for Facebook.”
It’s an easy way to go about it. After all, you only have to wait a few seconds and then voila… Google does the work and shows you what to post.
Here’s the problem…
It’s time consuming to come up with new phrases to type in — and worse yet — the content is repetitive.
Pretty soon, the same old stuff keeps coming up. Plus, since that content is SEO optimized, other people will be searching and posting the same exact thing.
My desktop got very MESSY when I was doing this. At one point, I had over 20 different images I had saved to post.
Finally, I realized there had to be a better way. All that was too much work!
Does any of this sound familiar? I bet some of you have gone through the same thing too.
These days, Facebook is putting more weight on quality content.
Will your posts pass the Facebook quality content test? Ask yourself these 5 questions:
- Is it timely and relevant content?
- Does it come from a trustworthy source
- Would you share it with friends or recommend it to others?
- Would you call this a low quality post or meme?
- Would you complain about seeing this content in your news feed?
Facebook also has an algorithm that determines:
- The time people spend reading an article
- The time people spend looking at a Facebook post
There are just so many factors to consider when choosing what to post on Facebook.
Today, I thought it would be fun to find out how the experts find great Facebook content to post.
These experts share amazing Facebook content on a daily basis. It would be fantastic to learn from them as they share the tips and tricks up their sleeves.
This post includes tips from:
- Peg Fitzpatrick
- Neil Patel
- Dave Kerpen
- Ahna Hendrix
- Jonha Richman
- Glen Gilmore
- Lucy Rendler-Kaplan
- Ravi Shukle
- Pam Moore
This is going to be great! Let’s get started. To read more, click HERE.