Facebook Tip You Won’t Want to Miss

Would you like your Facebook posts to be shared?

If you have a Facebook page for your business, you will ultimately want your viewers to share your updates to bring more exposure organically on Facebook. When viewers share your posts, more people are reached to get your word out.  What can you do to encourage people to share your posts?

Check out our Facebook Tip: Keeping it General and let us know your thoughts:

Video Transcript

Hi Melissa here with R & R Web Design coming to share with you another Facebook tidbit.

Today, what we want to talk about is keeping first person to a minimum. Now, it’s great when our pages have a personal touch, warmth, and connection. But, one of our goals is we want engagement, and we want people re-sharing the post that we write. So, keeping it more generic in the tagline will be really helpful to have people to be more likely to share our posts.

So, something along the lines as, “How adorable is this?” or “Isn’t this incredible?” is going to be more likely to be shared.

Now if you want to add your personal touch and flavor to the page, what you can do in the comments below on the post, to go ahead and write “I” statement and how you feel. Therefore, you are adding that warmth and connection that you want.

Hopefully, that is helpful. I would love to hear your thoughts. Please, please comment underneath. Give it a like and please share this if you feel it is something you feel like is worth sharing. Have a great day and I will talk to you soon.


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Fascinated with the growing potential and power of the Internet, Robin founded R & R Web Design LLC in the Chicago area in 2000. As creative director, she is passionate about helping others reach their Internet objectives through a strategic online presence with results driven custom web design, ethical SEO, and social media marketing.

2 comments on “Facebook Tip You Won’t Want to Miss
  1. Gladys Wiles says:

    Great stuff, thanks for the tips!