To ensure your Facebook posts reach the most people, timing is everything. Here are some tips for getting it right.
It happens all the time. You post on Facebook, and the post does really well: You get hundreds of shares and comments and thousands of clicks and likes. Awesome! So you jump on the engagement bandwagon and fire off another post.
And very little happens, because you posted too soon. You didn’t wait until the first post was no longer active. And you wasted an opportunity to further engage your customers.
Ninety-five percent of impressions and activity on social platforms happen within the feed, according to PageLever, a Facebook analytics platform that provides real-time data, post scheduling, and page-management tools. That means for any business engaged in social media – which means any business using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. for marketing and advertising – the feed is the most important place to focus.
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