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Repetitive Facebook posting

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by therealrio, Jul 31, 2016.

  1. therealrio

    therealrio Junior Member

    Apr 24, 2015
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    I post say one post every 1 or two days. On some I get 20 reach on some I get 500+

    On some I get 0 likes on some I get 40+ and some comments.

    Maybe its to do with when i post it, or the image. Using a good image alwasy seems to do better.

    Now What I want to know is:

    Is it wrong, bad practice or against FB policy to post the SAME post for example every day?
    Would it make any difference. What I know is that most peoples timeline or feeds get filled with other posts and your will slip down quite fast, so based just on this the more i post it the more likely it will be seen. On the flip side.... users dont want to keep seeing the same content or image posted by me.
  2. Noah Hawryshko

    Noah Hawryshko Senior Member

    Apr 28, 2016
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    Biotechnology Engineer at Silph. Co, Saffron
    Don't post repetitively. If anything, spin your text and use a different link, or write a follow-up article. Some posts are more liked, commented on, or shared, and thus get a higher reach. Some don't. You have to experiment.
  3. bigg_capp

    bigg_capp Regular Member

    Aug 24, 2010
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    It all depends on what you are posting and the frequency. I look at it just like a radio station. The only way you hear your favorite song is if it plays while you are in the car. If they only played it once per day, then if I wasn't driving at that time, I would never hear it.

    It's the same thing. If fans of my page aren't on when I post, then they wont see hear from me and it gets wasted. That why I will post the same post at least twice. However I monitor the stats to see if I am getting double the likes, shares and reach or is it really hurting me.

    Experiment and keep track of your stats. Track time and weekday as well because it all has an affected. Once you find out what is working, then be extremely consistent with it.
    Good luck.
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