A little backgrounder: A year ago, it was found out that people who use 3rd party post scheduling systems have their posts get lesser impressions in the Facebook news feeds.
Now, with Facebook’s new scheduling system, I’m not sure if the same is true. But hey, according to statistics…
This little graphic shows us the value of actually logging in our Facebook accounts and checking out our respective pages. Besides getting Facebook to realize that we are posting real-time (must be the algorithm or something), this is so we can make sure that we answer our target audience’s recently posted comments and questions.
I mean, I have to speak for myself, I’m a very busy man. And for me to check on my Facebook can be a drag sometimes. But this is why I check my Facebook on my most engaged hours – because it’s important and so I can get my recent post out there for maximum potential exposure.
Insight: Facebook Traffic is Highest Midweek Between 1-3PM
Here’s a little something you might want to take into mind when you’re marketing in Facebook, folks: So, roughly, by this time, I guess office staff are checking their Facebook after lunchtime – or something to that sense. In any case, another takeaway from this little graphic is the fact that we need to monitor […]
Facebook Stats: People Ages 25-34 Use Facebook the Most
People Ages 25-34 Use Facebook the Most I know what you’re thinking: “So these are the people who use Facebook the most. So what?” Well, if you’re going to look at it from the perspective of a businessman or a census director, 25 year olds are mostly young professionals who are, needless to say, fearless […]