How Often Should I Post On Facebook

In yesterday’s post we learned that tips are tips, not commandments.

That being said, here are some things I’ve noticed about posting on Facebook that might help, if you’re wanting to get more engagement, make more sales and earn more income.

When you make a post – Facebook seems to put your post in the newsfeed and show it to a few people.

If it starts to catch on – the algorithm will then show it to more and more people.

Let’s say you have a post that gaining momentum.

What happens when you make another post?

You’re now competing against yourself for space in the newsfeed.

With that realization – I’ve come to believe that, as a home business owner – it’s better to post less and engage more.

If you post less – and spend more time in the chat box having conversations – not only will this likely lead to more sales, it will also improve your engagement dramatically.

When Facebook sees you chatting with someone, they will assume you are more closely connected and show that person more of your posts.

If you actually have a relationship with that person – and they like you – they are far more likely to engage with your posts when they see them.

Thanks for stopping by and whatever you do, always go for your dreams,

Paul Hutchings

Paul Hutchings

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2 thoughts on “How Often Should I Post On Facebook”

  1. This is a great tip Paul, it makes perfect sense. Facebook does seem to be favoring genuine engagement these days, and I believe they’re right, the people who engage the most are the most likely ones to be interested in what you have to share.


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