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Managing FB pages for clients

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by qlithe, Jun 1, 2016.

  1. qlithe

    qlithe Power Member

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    So how would I go about managing lots of FB-pages for my clients? Can I just create the groups and keep them on my own main FB account or is there a limit/will I get banned for having too many pages?

    And what's the best way to grow them through automation? For Twitter, IG, G+ it's easy, but for FB?

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  2. BassTrackerBoats

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    I manage about 80 pages at this point and no issues with FB as to the volume there. You could use IFTTT Recipes to keep them active and relevant if you wanted to or hire a VA for a fairly low price to post on them.
     
  3. qlithe

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    Well I use MP for all platforms, so automating publishing won't be a problem

    I was more thinking of page likes/engagement
     
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    I use MassPlanner for FB groups and profiles. It is a good way to manage a lot of FB accounts and if you use it to add friends then you can also invite those friends to join your groups (or just add them anyway).

    Shez
     
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    I post the pages we manage in groups that relate to the page itself and get a fair amount of interaction on them in terms of engagement. Nothing outrageous but enough to keep the page looking active from a visitor point of view.

    You can use MP for that as well.
     
  6. qlithe

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    Yeah, thats one way, even though it requires some manual work

    Are you sharing the page itself or posts?
     
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    We share both... really not hard if you are using MP. Gather the urls, put them in spintax, load them up and set the campaign to run when you want it to.

    I can set up the whole process in just a few minutes as I do not use any content in the posts; I just put the urls in and let it go. FB grabs the header image so it does not look like a 4 year old is posting and it does drive traffic, gets likes and gets people posting on the pages as well.

    If you have a business in San Diego for whom you are working, join a handful of SD groups that are tied to the niche or even generic in nature. That gets your client direct exposure in their own back yard and with a CTA on the page, traffic to their website.
     
  8. qlithe

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    Well I don't live in the US and finding relevant groups can be a little bit tricky