3 Steps to Kickstart Your Facebook Engagement in Less Time [Infographic]

It is the question I get asked daily  – How can I encourage Engagement on my page when I have NO time?  

We all struggle to keep up with posting, checking on posts and engaging on our pages.

In this post, I talk about how to follow up after you have published a cracking image or post on your Facebook Page. I'll also discuss how you can engage with your fans and provide value (even if you are scheduling your posts) and how you can do it without being on Facebook all day long.

 

3 Steps to KickStart Your Facebook Engagement

I have posted about the 3 Steps before in this post.  This time, I have outlined them for you in this easy to follow infographic.

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In Summary: 

Show your community some TLC :

  1. Twice Per Day check back on your posts for comments.
  2. Like every comment.
  3. Comment back for every comment you receive

Click to Tweet some TLC for your friends.

It's simple. It encourages engagement.  It's called a conversation – a conversation with a goal or strategy in mind.

If you don't really want to join in on a conversation with your fans/community/target audience then maybe Facebook is not for you – because social is two way and requires some commitment of time.  It involves a conversation that guides fans into leads and leads into sales.  If you use these 3 steps, however, the commitment of time is well worth it.

It also tells you a lot about your ideal customer, gives you feedback about what they want, what their problems are and how you can help them. So treat these people with some TLC and you will find that you get back so much more than you give.

Are you giving your fans some TLC on Facebook?  What time management strategies work for you when trying to keep up with social media?  

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Donna Moritz

Visual Social Media Strategist at Socially Sorted
Donna is a Visual Content Strategist and founder of Socially Sorted, listed by Forbes as a "Top 5 Social Media Blog You Need to Know About in 2019". Donna helps brands leverage the power of visual storytelling and content strategy in their business. Her content has been featured in publications such as Forbes and Entrepreneur Online and she is a contributor to Social Media Examiner. Donna speaks about digital and visual content for the marketing and tourism industries internationally.

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16 Comments

  1. midget38

    Yes, the response time is actually the factor that determines success online! Thanks for sharing this, really useful information that I will clip!

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    • Donna Moritz

      Cool! Glad you liked it. I find if I don’t reign in my time checking social, I never get anything done! Hope it helps!

      Reply
  2. Caylie Price

    Donna, I always love your posts but I especially love the design of your infographic. You are absolutely right – Facebook is all about the conversation!

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    • Donna Moritz

      Hey Caylie! Thanks so much – I love that you found it useful but I especially love that you like the infographic – I have an awesome designer on my team who does our major ones but this one I did myself as I am putting together some training to show people how to DIY, so glad to hear it came off ok. I am still experimenting and I am working with a company that is in Beta to try their platform but I am very excited about it, so stay tuned!

      Reply
  3. GiGi Eats Celebrities

    Thanks for this infograph! I always wonder how I can get more interaction on my FB page… I mean, after all, I want people to click my links! 🙂

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    • Donna Moritz

      ha ha for sure – and my other piece of advice when posting is to use lots of images (in your case you can do some pretty cool tips or quotes about health that are original) – they get shared more on facebook and definitely use calls to action to get people to click on links – put links on the body of the post when you share images. Then follow it up with a little TLC!

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        • Donna Moritz

          ah yes, Images are King – I like that. Content and Images ruling the kingdom in some sort of dual monarchy ha ha

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  4. Lisa Murray

    I find that being consistent has a whole lot of rewards! Thanks for outlining a simple process here Donna 🙂

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    • Donna Moritz

      So true Lisa – It’s amazing how many pages I see where comments go unanswered though – it’s a shame, but yes, consistency really helps!

      Reply
  5. Lynne

    A simple process that proves to be successful. Thanks for the tips!

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    • Donna Moritz

      No problems – it works for me (when I am disciplined…ha ha no extra peeking at Facebook is hard!).

      Reply
  6. Stephanie Hamilton

    It’s good to know I’m on the right track! I always “like” the postings, and try to have the “last word’ in a positive way, thanks for this reinforcement! I love your info graphics and ALWAYS find them to be of great value!

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    • Donna Moritz

      Thanks so much Stephanie and great to hear you are on the right track! I really appreciate your feedback (especially as it sounds like you are pretty savvy with all of this stuff!) Hope you are having a great weekend!

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  7. Carolan Ross

    LOVE the infographic and the use of TLC. If content is King, then images are the Queen, the real power behind the throne. *wink* What gets missed a lot is that images ARE content.

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    • Donna Moritz

      Absolutely they are content – my favourite kind! Thanks for stopping by and glad you liked it!

      Reply

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