Post Planner's Status Ideas Engine has been essential in increasing engagement on the myriad pages I've run during that time period.So if you haven't connected to the app and tried our Status Ideas Engine, do it right now! Asking a question on your page is another easy way to increase engagement -- and it requires few resources (ie. We ask a ton of questions on the Post Planner page, because: We do NOT recommend using the "Questions" feature on Facebook Pages. Because even if the post gets lots of engagement and goes "viral" it won't really help your Edgerank.Plus people who answer the question often won't even see where it's from.Quotes are maybe the simplest way to increase engagement on your page. Because people love to share & Like quotes -- especially whimsical or motivational quotes.You can post a text update like this motivational quote: Or you can post the quote as a photo update like Kim Garst often does: Notice her post got 132 shares and 379 people Liked it. I'd recommend mixing up your quotes between text only updates & photos so you can measure their effectiveness.One brand that does that well is Victoria's Secret with their PINK line.
He's been married for 21 years and has 3 kiddos who are his world! A lot of businesses create Facebook pages and then assume their fans will engage with every post. Just because someone has Liked your fan page doesn't mean they'll like and comment on your posts. :) The ONLY way to capture the attention of your fans is to publish great posts that entice them to engage.I posted this image while writing this blog post and quickly have gotten 20 shares, 20 likes and 10 comments.We already know that photos get great Edgerank in Facebook.In fact, we've taken the guessing game out of creating engaging posts by providing you with an endless assortment of pre-written statuses to choose from.I can tell you from personal experience -- I've used the database since it was launched a few years ago.It's an example of a hugely successful post that created tons of engagement for our page -- and probably exposed our page to a whole new crop of fans. Again, because the photo was: These are all key elements in a good photo post.