11 Reasons to Backup Your Facebook Page


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11 Reasons to Backup Your Facebook Page

  1. 1. 11 Reasons to Backup Your Facebook Page<br />
  2. 2. Why Facebook Backup? <br />You might be thinking, “Why backup a social media site?”<br />What if your account gets hacked?<br />You may lose your photos, friend lists, status updates, posted links, etc.<br />Many industries are required to keep documentation of all online communications (FINRA Regulatory Notice 10-06)<br />
  3. 3. 500 Million Users and Counting<br />For businesses, an audience this big is worth marketing to<br />Even if Facebook is safe for 99.999% of daily users, there are still a significant number of users that suffer corrupted Facebook data every day<br />Backups prevent losing data in any instance <br />
  4. 4. 100 million + U.S. users<br />Even with 99.999% daily data reliability, that means 1,000 American Facebook users suffer data loss every day<br />What will those 1,000 do when they can’t access their Facebook for reasons beyond their control?<br />A backup puts you in control!<br />
  5. 5. Average Facebook User Spends 55 Minutes Per Day on Site<br />If you’re an employee managing the Facebook page for your company, do you really want to risk losing hours of time spent per week building up your relationships?<br />Not only is that your time wasted, but company time & money<br />
  6. 6. 60 Million People Use FB Connect Per Month<br />Protecting your Facebook data now also protects the data (and credentials) you share with the fast-growing list of third-party sites and services<br />
  7. 7. Facebook Fan Pages Growing in Popularity<br />More than 3 million active pages on Facebook<br />1.5 million local businesses have active pages<br />If you make a point to promote your page, shouldn’t you also make a point to protect your activity?<br />
  8. 8. Average Facebook User has 130 Friends<br />It’d be nice to not have to track them all down and friend them again if and when your account gets lost<br />Backups will save your friend list, and help you restore it if ever lost<br />
  9. 9. Average Facebook User ‘Likes’ 4 Pages a Month<br />Most users won't re-like a page once that page is lost. They're too busy liking new pages<br />It would be even worse to lose all the fan opportunities that disappear if your Facebook Page is corrupted or lost<br />
  10. 10. Only 4% of Pages have 10,000+ Fans<br />If you’re in that 4%, you really don’t want to lose that fan page<br />If you’re not in the 4%, you need to make sure you don’t lose your current fans; it’s a rough climb to the 10K club!<br />
  11. 11. Content Affects Popularity<br />The secret to getting 10,000+ fans is moving past wall posts to posting:<br />Videos<br />Photos<br />Notes<br />If you’ve invested in these types of content, you absolutely don’t want to lose that work due to data failure<br />
  12. 12. Facebook Customizes Your News Feed<br />Facebook no longer shows all your friends and fans everything you post<br />Just the stuff they think you’ll like<br />If you lose content, you could disappear from even your friends’ news feeds<br />Backups prevent that from happening by archiving a redundant copy of all content<br />
  13. 13. Facebook Supports Real-Time Search<br />Facebook posts now appear in Facebook and Google search results as soon as they are posted<br />Because of this, you can’t afford downtime<br />The longer your content is missing, the bigger the link-equity hit you take – both on and off Facebook<br />
  14. 14. Facebook Backup IS Valuable<br />These are just a few of the reasons why Facebook is gaining in business value<br />With all types of connections and content floating on Facebook (and the rest of the interweb), it only makes sense that backups are equally indispensable<br />
  15. 15. How to Backup Your Facebook Page<br />Backupify offers both a free and a premium paid account where you can backup either your personal page, fan page, or both<br />Check out the social media backup plans today to avoid drowning in the Facebook abyss <br />