Facebook Success: The Why, What & When To Post Guide [Infographic]

Not only is competition on Facebook fiercer now than ever, but it seems the newest changes and updated features have renewed people’s interest in the site. If you are an individual on Facebook, you probably don’t think much about Facebook success. However, for social media managers around the globe, attaining Facebook success can be the difference between being a success or failure at their jobs. It’s a big deal, and it remains illusive to a lot of people.

What works on Facebook isn’t a mystery, but it does take dedication, commitment and time to build. We always say in our articles that you have to find what works best for you. On our Bit Rebels Facebook page, we’ve tried many different strategies to find what works well for us. This is no secret, and anyone who has ‘liked’ our page has surely seen this. However, what works for us may not work for you. That is the tricky part.

You have to really learn about your audience. You have to understand their likes and dislikes. It’s a relationship that grows over time. Just because you like something and want to post it, it doesn’t mean your audience will like it. To achieve Facebook success, you have to cater to your audience, not yourself. This may seem obvious, but to a lot of people this is tough to learn.

Maybe you’ll find your own path to Facebook success that is completely different from everyone else. Once you find what works and you get the hang of it, it’s important to post often and consistently. Your fans expect that, and that is where your dedication and commitment to success come into play. This fresh infographic called Post Your Way To Facebook Success by Pagemodo gives some insight about why, what and when to post on Facebook. Considering the fact that Pagemodo has over 329,000 Facebook likes, I’d say they are an authority on this topic. I hope this helps you achieve the success you desire on Facebook. Enjoy!

The Small Business Guide To Facebook Success

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Via: [Social Media Today]