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Social media is an important part of any audience. Here’s the thing: Throwing up content online is not going to drive social media traffic.
Social media distribution is a key piece of any successful publisher’s endeavors. However, social publishing can seem like an endless black hole to which posts must constantly be fed. Elevating social media to a strategic process can be a win across the board.
Facebook has rolled out some new controls that are relevant to anybody that uses the platform. This is the biggest update they’ve made in a while, so let us break things down.
If you’re like a lot of publishers, reusing evergreen can feel overwhelming. How do you pull all of the content? Do you need to do it manually? How do you add to it? Can you track the ROI of the posts? When is it time to retire them? Don’t worry, we’ve got you.
“What performs best on Facebook?” The answer isn’t quiet one-size-fits-all, but we’ll help you cover your bases.
There are two types of content recirculation on Facebook: The first is evergreen recirculation. The second is recirculation of recent content. You can get more out of what you’re already creating by recirculating it well!