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Are you trying to build your following on Facebook? In this post, you will discover how to create a Facebook posting schedule that will build your audience and save you a ton of time so you can spend more time creating art.
How To Create A Facebook Posting Schedule
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Designing a plan that works is a goal for any entrepreneur.
Developing a plan that can be executed effortlessly is even better.
Between creating your art, writing for your blog, updating your artist website, and managing your social media accounts can become overwhelming. Especially when you are trying to do it all yourself.
In this post, I would like to share with you a helpful tip that saves me about three hours a week marketing on Facebook. Before I go over that I would like to share with you an important Facebook update you will want to be aware of.
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There are some major changes that are happening on Facebook and these changes are going to affect how you market your art on Facebook.
Visit the posts below to learn more about Facebook’s goals for 2018:
The changes we are witnessing with social media are nothing new. We have been adapting to the changes from day one.
Once we figure out how to readjust to the changes and develop a new marketing strategy that will deliver positive results, Facebook and other social media platforms through us a curveball.
The only thing we can do as selling artists is to learn how to become more productive with our time.
Yes, you will have to develop different marketing strategies on Facebook every few months but one thing will stay the same, learning how to create a Facebook posting schedule will help you to work smarter and more efficiently.
What Time Is Your Audience On Facebook
Facebook is all about connecting and engaging with your audience.
How can you engage with your audience if you do not know when they are online?
Visit Facebook Insight Basics to learn when the best time is for you to post on Facebook.
Discovering when your posts will be seen by your following will help you to develop a Facebook posting schedule that will work.
Consistency is the other important factor for building a loyal following.
My Facebook Business Page Nevue Fine Art Marketing is dedicated to helping artists learn how to sell art online.
I have learned the best time for me to post is in the afternoon, evening and early morning.
I have been consistently posting at the same times throughout the day for years and my following has learned when to expect new material from me.
Experiment with different times to find out when people engage with your posts the most.
Social Media Calendar
Now that you know when the best time to post your content you should set up a schedule. Every month plan out the content that you will want to share with our followers. Having a schedule set up will save you valuable time during the month to get your other projects done.
When you have the schedule written out you will not have to think about it anymore. You can focus on other important things like creating art and your family.
The time spent on your Facebook page during the rest of the month will be engaging with your followers.
Your monthly calendar will also give you an insight of what is working for you and what is not working.
The information you gather will help you to make better decisions in the future.
Your art marketing plan will never be spot on in the beginning. Learning the outcome of your efforts and spending the time to improve them will make you a marketing pro.
How to Schedule Your Facebook Posts
If you are sharing content that you already have, schedule your posts on Facebook.
Facebook makes it easy to schedule your content. After you have added your content and images, click on the drop-down arrow next to the publish button.
Click on the schedule link and add the time and date that you wish for it to be posted. It is that easy.
If you have enough content for the month, take some time at the beginning of the month and schedule the entire month.
All you will have to do is take some time to engage with your audience. It will save you so much time. Your posts will be published on a consistent time for your followers, and they will start to look forward to your content each day.
Facebook Online Marketing Courses:
Market Your Online Store with Facebook with Andreea Ayers (affiliate link)
Facebook Marketing for Small Businesses with Nathan Latka (affiliate link)
You can easily find yourself wasting valuable time while not seeing anything in return.
To get the most out of your Facebook business page:
- Research when your audience is online
- Plan your content every month
- Schedule your content
- Engage with your audience
Spend more time in the studio with the time that you have saved.
How to create a Facebook posting schedule that will build your audience overview:
- What time is your audience on
- Facebook posting schedule
- How to schedule your Facebook posts
What are your thoughts? Do you find yourself spending too much time on social media?
Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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- How Artists Can Save Time Scheduling Social Media Posts
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