10 Days To Engaging With Your Facebook Audience More Effectively – Day Two

This is day 2 of a series of 10 day posts, on engaging with your Facebook audience more effectively – These days running an online business or a blog without using Facebook as your primary social media marketing platform is almost unheard of. I’m sure some of you are probably thinking. ‘well Facebook isn’t my primary social media marketing platform…’ in which case I apologise…


In this second day of our 10 days to engaging with your Facebook audience more effectively, we’ll be sharing another useful resource in our timeline, again this can be something you’ve created or put together yourself, or indeed from another source altogether.

If you missed ‘tip one’ for ‘day one’ you can check it out here –

Read: 10 Days To Engaging With Your Facebook Audience More Effectively – Day One

Engaging with your Facebook Audience More Effectively

Engaging with your Facebook Audience More Effectively: Day 2 – Share a useful video

OK so two days ago you shared a link to a useful resource; today we’re going to be even more resourceful and find a useful and interesting video to share with your audience on Facebook. But wait… before you rush off and find a video before finishing this post, here are some tips -

Find something that’s not too lengthily, something closely related to your niche and something you believe your Facebook fans will find useful and perhaps even educational. Here are some example videos you might want to share –

  • Something educational (i.e. tips and advice)
  • A short how to video (i.e. tutorials and instructional videos)
  • A product review of something popular and in the ‘now’ (i.e. iPhone app, WordPress plugin, online tool, service etc)
  • Something funny but related (or something your fans can reflect on)
  • Something inspiring and motivational (Talking of motivational, check out the short video I posted below, if that doesn’t motivate and inspire you, and touch your heart at the same time, I don’t know what will…)

When you find something great to share with your audience on Facebook, grab the embed code and add it to your timeline. But! Don’t forget to add your personal message like we did in day one, for example –

“Hey folks, you really need to check out the following video below, it’s one of the most inspiring and motivational videos’ I’ve seen in a long time, and it will certainly touch your heart, let me know your thoughts”

Once you get a few likes and comments, again don’t forget to follow them up with your acknowledgement and replies to comments. We’re not posting stuff and leaving them to get on with it, it’s about ENGAGING :)

So although it’s only day two, I’m betting by now you’re already seeing a little more interaction and engagement going on, on your Facebook page.

Once again peeps, let me know your thoughts on the tip for Day two of, 10 days to engaging with your Facebook audience more effectively. You can leave me a comment below or below the post on my Facebook page itself.

Stay tuned for day three… Now here’s that inspiring and motivational video called ‘Caines Arcade’. There is also ‘Caines Arcade 2′ which you might want to check out after watching this one :) I apologise now if you’ve already seen it :)

Recommended Reading

1. Likeable Social Media: How to Delight Your Customers, Create an Irresistible Brand, and Be Generally Amazing on Facebook

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About Fabrizio Van Marciano

Hey everyone, I’m Fabrizio Van Marciano and I’m just a regular bloke, doing his thing in the expanding universe we call the blogosphere. I’m the founder and editor here at magnet4marketing.net. I'm also the author of 170 Blog Traffic Tips; a FREE guide I created to help you get tons of traffic to your blog.

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  1. Robert Koenig says:

    This is a great approach for using Facebook. At times, it can be difficult deciding the best way to utilize your Facebook to get quality hits over quantity hits. Thanks for the post.

    • Hey Robert, thanks for visiting and your comment, did you manage to check out day 1 of this post? You’re definitely right in saying that quality hits over quantity is far more acceptable, especially with Facebook. I have some great traffic from Facebook that averages around 4.5 pages per visit with a low bounce rate, so I’m pretty happy with that :)

  2. I haven’t seen this last video before! I liked it so much, this little boy is really clever and honesty is read in his eyes. So special thanks for sharing it)

  3. Samantha Wright says:

    Hey Fabzy, another great tip so well done on this one. You are right videos work as a great incentive for promoting engagement just like images do. And what a really inspiring video you added below the post, simply awesome x

  4. Adri says:

    Really helpful tips, and I totally agree, focusing on your audience via social media might be the most dynamic and flexible traffic generation tool nowadays.

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