Many business small business owners feel overwhelmed when they try to decide the best Facebook posts for their brand.
Obviously, you should post information about your products on your Facebook page, but with more 30 million Facebook pages of businesses. It’s not easy stand out.
To stand out among the masses – you need to post a variety of content.
Facebook Posts To Help You Stand Out
1. The Selfie
You’ve likely noticed, selfies are taking over social media. Some of the most Facebook posts are selfies. Why? Because it works!
The camera brand GoPro started posting selfies their satisfied customers were sharing. Guess what? People loved it. It gave a more human look to our company and judging by the engagement, we need to do that more often.
This particular photo received more than 25,000 likes and 339 shares!
The Takeaway: If fans are already taking pictures of themselves with and/or featuring your product, why not take advantage? After all, that content is just sitting on their News Feed! Search for content that features your brand with hashtags on Instagram and Twitter, and don’t be afraid to curate it right back onto your social platforms. Don’t forget to give credit to the photographer!
2. Funny Photos
Depending on what you’re trying to achieve, funny photos actually works. A different few ways to approach this: you can create your own version of a popular meme or you can simple share fun photos with your fans. It’s just a great way to lighten up the mood. Don’t forget, Facebook is a place for others to hang out.
If this fits your market, share it. Quotes are some of our most engaged posts on our Post Planner Facebook page. This particular quote had over 28,000 shares. It’s these kinds of simple quotes that can help your Facebook posts receive a lot of traction.
4. Other People’s Content
Sharing is caring right? Sharing content from other reputable sources is actually a good idea to build engagement. Fans will appreciate the information and will likely look at your page to get more relevant and useful information.
What type of content are you sharing on your Faceobok posts? Tell us in the comments!