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Published on October 13th, 2015 | by Guest


How Facebook Management can Drive more Traffic to your Website

Everything is going digital nowadays. TV, magazines and even advertisements have gone digital! If there are people who should be the happiest about the digital age, I believe they are the business-minded people —the single proprietors, the joint ventures and owners of SMEs. They all can and must capitalize all the digital platforms there are to advertise their products or services, to boost their sales, to increase their profit and to expand their market reach.

The most popular social media platform there is, is of course Facebook. Who doesn’t have a Facebook account these days?According to, as of the second quarter of 2015, Facebook had 1.49 billion monthly active users. Wow! Truth is, what company does not have their own Facebook Page Management team? Most companies even pump funds to their Facebook Management programs since the boom of Digital Marketing. Therefore, I suggest that if you have a business, no matter how big or small, exploit Facebook and create a Page for it.

Now, to create a Facebook Page is easy, but Facebook Page Management is another and different thing. Still, with Facebook being user-friendly and with a standard frame, Facebook Management shouldn’t be so difficult too. All you need is a little creativity, good interaction and ample time online. Manage your Facebook Page successfully with the following no non-sense tips:

  • Create a good profile picture and an even better cover photo. They should be something that will catch onlookers’ eyes and as much as possible be retained in their memory. If you’ve got good Page photos, the tendency is for people to remember and revisit your Page and there’s a great chance they pay your website a visit too.
  • Know your intended market/audience. When you know who’s your market or audience, it’ll be easier for you to mold your Page based on their profile. Every change, post or update should revolve around your target market. Everything move in your Page should be with an intention to reach your target Facebook users. Manage your Facebook Page with your intended market in mind, always.
  • Be interactive. Your followers will appreciate this and a dead Page is easily forgotten and unfollowed. By having interactions on your posts, you turn it into an active one, making it appear more often and on top of the Newsfeed. Part of Facebook Management is Page de-cluttering by removing irrelevant and spam posts and comments. Also, save your rants and other personal non-relevant posts for your personal account. These types of contents won’t look good or upscale your Page.
  • Post in moderation and with relevance. Give it some time for people to reach your latest update before you post another one. Perhaps, give it around 2-3 hours (estimate time of exposure in the Newsfeed) and after that time, it’s okay to repost or create a new relevant and interesting post. Bear also in mind the peak hours when your target market or audience is most active in using Facebook.  Studies say that most people are online in the early morning, in the afternoon and at night before bed-time. If your target is offshore, consider also the difference in the timezone.

The Facebook Page Management tips stated above are no genius. They are not from an expert, but I believe every social media expert will agree with me on these tips. Facebook Management may not be as easy as ABC but it can be fun if you know how to do it. Manage your Facebook Page properly and you’ll be one step ahead in your business.


About the author:


Andy Thompson has been a freelance writer for a long while.  Her passion in writing is her main drive in crafting articles that are engaging, informative, and meaningful. Her partnership with TroopSocial has given her a whole new opportunity to take writing to a whole new level.

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