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What a Perfect Facebook Post Looks Like

WHAT A PERFECT facebook. POST LOOKS LIKE Provides valuable information Includes a call-to-action No URLS in a link-post STATUS UPDATE 40 words or less IMAGE 2 Quality visuals VIEW COMMENTS PEOPLE REACHED 22222 !! SUN 20 Publish at Publish on Use Posts with exclamation non-peak hours weekends hashtags points average 2.7 more interactions LEGEND 1. Provldes valuable This is vital In encouraging more engagement with your readers. Informatlon 2. Quality visuals 37% more engagement - Posts with photos = 2.35 interactions Vs text-only posts = 1.71 interactions Recommended image dimensions to follow to optimize the image display: News Feed Image: 1200 x 1200 px Shared Link Preview: 1200 x 628 px Shared Video Prevlew: 504 x 283 px 3. No URLS In a LInk-post Get rid of the URL you're sharing from the text of the post. It doesn't look good and it's redundant, since a thumbnail is automatically generated for readers to cllck on 4. Uses the approprlate word count per post 40 words or less is the ideal number. But the latest studies by TrackMaven show that "posts with 80-89 words get double the engagement (6.19%) that those with 70-79 words (3.42%)". The number of words per se doesn't matter; the message is more important. 5. Publish at After hour posts (5pm-1pm) get 11% more interactions vs. non-peak hours posts that appear during work hours. 6. Publish on weekends Sunday posts generate as much as 25% more reader engagement compared to those published on a Wednesday. 7. Use hashtags Doing so generates 60% more likes, comments, and shares. 8. Includes a call-to-actlon The most effective kind are posts published in the form of a question, which raises the level of reader engagement to 23% than non-question formats. 9. Posts with exclamatlon polnts average 2.7 more Interactions VISIT OUR BLOG INFINIT-O Endless Opportunities

What a Perfect Facebook Post Looks Like

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Curious to find out what elements make for a perfect Facebook status update? Here are the latest research findings on how to craft an engaging post.





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