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You’ve built your Facebook Page but how do you get more Likes? How is your Page performing? How are you managing notifications? We’ll answer these questions using real-life NDSU Extension and REC ...

You’ve built your Facebook Page but how do you get more Likes? How is your Page performing? How are you managing notifications? We’ll answer these questions using real-life NDSU Extension and REC Facebook Pages.

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  • Ward County’s Facebook page has likes but in the last 60 days they have reached almost 79 time that many Facebook users because they are engaging in online networks.

I Created a Facebook Page. Now What? I Created a Facebook Page. Now What? Presentation Transcript

  • I Created a Facebook Page, Now What? Bob Bertsch Web Technology Specialist NDSU Agriculture Communication
  • Facebook – NDSU Extension Ward County 425 likes 11,259 users reached in last 60 days
  • How? • • • • • • Post consistently Provide quality content Engage Engage Engage Engage View slide
  • How? • • • • Share the load Have a plan Mine sources Listen to your audience View slide
  • Use Photos • Larger images tend to get more likes, shares and comments.
  • Use Photos • Use the Upload Photos/Video function to publish photo files directly into your post instead of posting a link that shows a thumbnail.
  • Use Photos • Optimize images for the 403 x 403 pixel display in the timeline. Larger images display from the center of the image, and some of the edges may not appear in the news feed unless a user clicks through.
  • Ask a Question • Keep your questions simple. • Relate questions to people’s lives. Ask about them, not you. • Monitor your feedback and respond.
  • Use Hashtags • Use tags to create awareness and engagement • Search for hashtags being used to find keywords and conversations you can participate in
  • Feedback Please complete the post-session survey at http://bit.ly/webservfc13