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How to be super active on Facebook as a blogger
« on: August 11, 2018, 06:37:52 AM »
How to be super active on Facebook as a blogger

Not all bloggers are active on Facebook, not to mention being super active. Your activeness or passiveness will affect your website knowingly or unknowingly.

Imagine a blogger who is not active on Facebook pages, groups, walls and in people's walls...
Except your level has gotten to the level of Linda Ikeji, Makinde and others; don't take your Facebook activeness for granted. It will go a long way to bring traffic to your website for free. Mind you, there are bloggers paying over N30,000 monthly just to drive traffic to their website(s) and stay relevant on the blogosphere. Do things that will carry the name of your website on Facebook. Note: Links don't go far when posted on Facebook. Except you have that huge amount to spend for traffic, don't take your Facebook activeness for granted.

Some ways a serious blogger can be super active on Facebook:

Posting at least 3 posts on your wall daily
Don't copy and paste other people's works on your wall. That's plagiarism if you don't acknowledge them.  Be creative and original to the core.
Whether you have a lot of friends or not try your best possible to post at least 3 works on your wall daily.

Always react on people's posts
Don't be stingy with likes and comments on people's posts. Do to others what you want them to do to you every now and then on Social Media.
Most at times, people do to us what we do to them on social media.

Always post different contents in several groups daily
Pasting same contents in several groups is not really activeness. It is more of spamming. And if you continue without rest, Facebook BOT might see you as another BOT and might block you from posting in groups for sometime.

Posting in a Particular page
Schedule your posts on the page or post at least 3 different contents daily on it.

Review Pages
Try your best possible to always review at least one page per day. If you can be doing this daily, within a year you would have succeeded in reviewing 365 pages on Facebook. Do you know what that alone people will be seeing in each review you do will contact you for other reviews and the activeness you would receive on the platform?


Interview people that matter on the platform
Some will frustrate you during, before or after the interview, but just try to endure. Some will delay response to an interview question for like 3 months, don't worry. Keep sending them reminders. Some will even fill the interview questions very well and publish them in other websites by erasing your name from it. Don't worry, Google, Ask, Bing, Yahoo etc are there to always exposed them if you know how to search for keywords you used in those questionnaires. 
Each person you interview successfully and publish on your website is happy and would in turn help circulate that post and link to a wider audience.

Just do crazy things on the blogosphere and be relevant. Don't be passive in all that you do. Endeavor to be active for good because if you're active for evil, people will block and unfriend you carelessly and this will reduce the wider reach of your posts.
 

SIR A-ONE

Goodnews Andrew Eruemuare also known as SIR A-ONE is a full-time blogger & literatus.
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