Holly Homer is a pro when it comes to growing an engaged Facebook page. In this podcast with Tim Lewis, she opens up about Organic Facebook Growth.
The best way to do this to “be consistent … and develop a schedule” and to check your analytics to see what works. Holly has done this with her own Facebook page Quirky Momma which has more than 3 million followers and still growing!
“Facebook doesn’t hate you! Facebook actually doesn’t care about you at all. Facebook is using an algorithm and the response of the people that you have attracted to your page is showing them how many more people to show it too.”
Holly shares her knowledge on what to share on your Facebook page. It’s finding those items that your target audience loves and associates with and then getting them to engage with your page.
“They are using your people as a test group, spam filter, so if you put stuff up that nobody sees or just one person. You didn’t put something up (on Facebook) that people wanted to engage with.”
In this episode, Holly and Tim discuss the finer points of Facebook and how to grow your page organically. Holly shares her passion for analytics on Facebook and what this can tell you about everything that you share, whether it’s the right content for your audience or not!
Build it organically (1:30)
Tear down a dormant page (4:20)
Profile v’s page (5:10)
Open up your analytics (6:30)
Facebook doesn’t hate you (8:50)
What to post on Facebook (9:20)
Try different things (12:00)
Facebook sees all (14:45)
Facebook doesn’t create content (15.45)
Facebook live (18:10)
How many posts on a Facebook page (21:25)
Look at your results (23:00)
When is a good time to pay Facebook (23:15)
Plus so much more!
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Cynthia is a writer, photographer, and recipe developer. She was in corporate marketing for 15 years before leaving it to focus on family. She started blogging as a way to nourish the desire to work while balancing the joys and duties that come with having more kids than hands. She is married to an aerospace engineer who likes to man the grill and has 3 daughters - a teenager and two toddlers. Follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter.
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