So you created a Facebook page, now what?
People the world over have been using Facebook for a little over a decade now and the options keep growing on ways to grow, promote and scale your business…but it won’t stop there.
People need to think of other ways to adjust to rapid changes or they need to keep up with the rapid changes, nevertheless somehow. Nevertheless, change must occur.
Will you be able to make those neccessary changes that will occur, in time?
Can you change your business interest? Can you change your niche and other internal practices?
Are you struggling to keep up with, manage social media or have the right content for your social media pages?
If not, you may have the wrong niche or need to change your marketing strategy.
I am sharing my method of growing and scaling…
I don’t have a name for it and it is still in its experimental stage also, I haven’t even begun to utilize the page to create an income. Which will come if my theory is correct.
First, I think I need to explain a few things first so let me explain…
I joined Facebook in 2009, right after MySpace’s initial launch in 2007 or 2008, I can’t remember.
Since then, I have created 3 main profiles, (the 3rd I’m pressently utilizing).
My current main profile, is the result of a few years of social media mamagement experience.
It is the profile that was created after learning from trial and error, the ins and outs of social media management.
As of today, I have created 27 Facebook Pages and I am successfully managing pages that are gaining traction, ( in which the activity is increasing), has increased and will increase based on the analytics that Facebook provides.
From all this, I have learned these five principals.
1. How to manage social media profiles.
2. How to gain follwers.
3. How to retain follwers.
4. What content is highly valued by viewers.
5. What to post or share and what people, in general want to see in their feed.
Not so much as when to post as most content will be seen by your followers and their friends, from them sharing to their friends and so on…
Like a chain reaction if you will, regardless of how many times you post per day…
Once or twice a week is enough…
Even once every other week, if you have the right content, (doesn’t have to be your own), just has to be what people, (in general), want to see…
So far, my findings are this…
I have found out that one thing is for certain, humour, will Always rate high, because in general, people want to laugh.
They would rather see content that makes them laugh, rather than cry or get angry. The numbers are staggering!
Check this out.
This is a screenshot of the back office on my Facebook Pages Manager.
It lists a few of the pages that I created and the number of views, Likes, or comments combined.
They are automatically listed and based in accordance to current activity.
As you can notice, right off the bat, is that the page with the most activity,(Stupid Funny Awesome Quotes), is obviously doing exceptionally well.
These numbers tell me that without a doubt, people love laughing.
They would prefer that you, (content creators, ect.), make content that would make them laugh versus make the amgry or cry.
For example, my page Fake Friends 411, a page that addresses the fact that there are fake-a** people in the world.
Addresses lousy friends and what some people may be thinking or feeling when it comes to coping with these types of people and so-called friends.
It’s trailing off in a great distance…
If this were a race, (in a way it is), Fake Friends 411 page has already lost.
These analytics alone tell me this.
Yes, people suck…
Yes, we do have lots of people that are close to us that eventually disappoint or disturb our peace of mind…
But that isn’t the problem with the world…
We can deal with fake friends…
The bottom line is that we All would prefer to laugh at or with our situations or at those awkward moments of. Our self or others, rather than cry or get angry at them.
In comparison, my page Feng Shui For The Internet has 29 new on its activity…
I rarely visit this page to manage it or to post new content. It’s been a while…
Yet it too is beginning to gain views…
Maybe one of you geniuses reading this report can shed some light on this for me? Because I am stumped on this.
Mi Gorda Entertainment Editorial Services is also gaining traction…
I haven’t written any music reviews for anyone recently. However, I do get many inquiries into my editorial services.
These are the current activities the remaining other Facebook pages… But lets not look at these.
Lets focus on the first screenshot… You know the one with the 1017 new notices on activity.
Look at these incredible analytics for this pages niche.
Stupid Funny Awesome Quotes
This has to mean something right?
I don’t have a website yet, can you imagine if I did?
You may ask why haven’t I begun utilizing this information to make a living for my answer is simple.
I’m not a comedian. But I do know humour and humourous situations when I see them.
Also, I do know that what might make me laugh, will most-likely make others laugh…
Its like the saying goes;
” Laugh, and the whole world laughs with you.” Or, “Cry and you cry alone.”,
comes from and is a prime example.
My Audience is vast…
All races, creeds, etc.
Everyone is excited for some humour.
There has to be something that I can do with this information. Isn’t there?
Can I make money with this?
Afterall, I can’t just be on Facebook and not earn something for my hard work?
I’m here to tell you that making money is NOT the purpose of life.
The purpose of life is to be happy, and if making money makes you happy, you should figure out a way to make money, be happy and make others happy at the same time.
I wish this were true.
The fact is it would be difficult to make money from this information without money to invest in the proper angle of marketing this niche… Humour that is.
I have a few options, however…
A. I can create a website… But my content would have to be original. Or I will violate certain content rules.
B. I could sell my page… Let someone else with more creativity juice flowing take over and make it blossom.
C. I could continue as I have been keep the page and share the humour of others…
There are so many choices but which do I choose?
All I know is that when an opportunity presents itself, one should at least try to make something out of it or share it with others.
This blog for instance. I don’t own the domain…
If I did, I can place advertisments, recruit for the many opportunities that I am involved with.
Or simply just write about my experiences or review products or write music reviews.
Whatever I choose to do, I know that I can’t afford any mistakes this far in my life and sharing my findings may or may not be a mistake.
Although it may be too late though.
What I can offer is some advice based on my experiences…
1. Re-design your webpages and websites. Add some humour… A LOT of humour…
A joke, a funny story, a funny quote, ect. Make sure that it has something to do with your niche however, but is not neccessary.
Just remember that if it makes you laughb chances are that it will make your visitors laugh too.
If they are laughing, they will be more inclined to re-visit and perhaps make a purchase or two n the future. Just make them laugh!
2. Your page or pages should help people… Making people laugh is helping. Laughter is Excellent Natural ReRemedy for anxiety and a cure for depression.
By adding humour to your page, you are not only helping yourself but are contribu to make more happy people.
Just try it! Watch your numbers grow!
If you enjoyed this read, please feel free to leave your questions. Or leave a comment about your experiences with your pages.
Talk about whether or not you agree or disagree with anything written in this blog.
I will be sure to state my case if any.
Do you have trouble getting followers? Perhaps I can help!
Do you need help managing your page or profiles/profile? I might be able to help with that too!
Let me know in the comments below.
Thank you for taking the time out of yoursbusy schedule to read this post. I appreciate each and every one of you!