TrackMaven analyzed 5,804 Facebook pages with a total combined 1,578,006 posts to find the top ways to get your Facebook post seen in a user's News Feed.
Una Sinnott's insight:
Reaching your audience on Facebook can be a bit of an uphill struggle. TrackMaven has examined data from more than 5,000 Facebook pages to see what works in getting fans to see and interact with posts. While some recommendations are fairly obvious - everyone knows that including an image increases engagement, for example - others, like writing longer posts, are counterintuitive. Scheduling posts for maximum engagement is another surprising suggestion - your aim should be to post when people are most likely to engage, rather than when most people are online.
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