If you have a Facebook page, you know it can be tough getting participation on the page. So, here’s an idea that you can use: collaborate with some friends to throw a “Party on the Page!”
Here is how it could work. Recruit some friends to join you in a Closed (or even Secret) Facebook Group. Doing so will allow you to collaborate privately – out of public view. Then use the following guidelines that I just shared with members of one of my groups.
*************** Party on the Page – Roadmap to more Fans & More Profits ****************
1. Each day, ONE page is designated as the – “party place” for the day.
2. The way this can be determined is that on a first come, first served basis, each
member can “submit” a page as the Party on the Page place for the day by entering the
following “reserving comment”* below the post on the page entitled: “Party on the Page Reservations – reserve your party date below.”
“POTP Tuesday, June 14: www.fb.com/ginacarrfanpage – my own business page (or a
page that I manage, or a friend’s, etc.). Preferred posts: questions about social media –
tools, strategies, how to’s, best practices, etc.”
|Facebook “mindset” is similar to throwing candy at a parade.|
3. Each member will then go to the page, LIKE it and “throw candy” – post, comment,
thank, etc. Think of throwing candy at a parade – have fun, share the love, say good things,
4. To get the most “mileage” out of this for both parties, do some of your posting as one of
your pages (Post as Page). Also, do some posting as yourself personally (to draw the
bees to the honey).
5. Ideally, you will go to the page a few times during the day to “like” something and to post
a quick comment, e.g. Cool!, Absolutely!, Well said! – something short and sweet. If you
can’t go a few times, at least try to go once during that day.
6. When it is YOUR day for the POTP, repeat your reserving comment* as a POST – try to
do this before 8 am. Then, be sure to spend a lot of time on your page that day so that you
can respond to the comments.
7. When people have “participated in the party,” they should enter a comment below the
POST. If you decide that you want a different page as the POTP, you are welcome to post
8. At this time, only post ONE page per person. When everyone who wants a turn has cycled
through, we will start over.
9. Obviously, the more that you participate in this process, the more participation you will have
when it is your turn.
As with most of my new ideas, this is an experiment. What do you think? Please list your POTP below and let us know how it works for you.
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