We have been asked for some quick tips for what content is best for Facebook. How should we decide what to post? What type of content is effective? Who should we be targeting on Facebook and how do we position our business.
We only have a few brief points but hopefully they help you out with your own Facebook post content and curation.
Here is a quick overview:
- Your pictures
- Your boards
- Your price
- Your hyperlink
- Your pin
So lets take a look into each of these a bit more in detail…
Your pictures – Does my picture feed the consumer dream? Is this image easily categorised so that people don’t have to think too hard about where to re-pin their boards. Is this helping me to provide value or get more sales?
Your boards – Did I give my boards clever, creative titles? Are they easy to navigate?Is this helping me to provide value or get more sales?
Your price – Have I included a price when appropriate? Is this helping me to provide value or get more sales?
Your hyperlink – Does every photo include a hyperlink? Is the link going to relevant content? Is this helping me to provide value or get more sales?
Your pin – Could this pin double as an ad or act as an accompanying photo to an article featured in a top-flight magazine? Is this helping me to provide value or get more sales?
We really hope that this helps you when cultivating your Pinterest content. As you can see (As I repeated in on every single point) the main point that you need to consider is your overall goal and strategy when you are creating & managing your content.