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Share This eBook127Killer Facebook Post Ideas for Small Business OwnersShare This eBook2PUBLISHED BY:Boom! Social3750 Gunn Highway, Suite 201Tampa, Florida 33618 Copyright 2015Boom! Social Media Marketing LLCAll rights reserved. May be shared with copyright and credit left intact.BoomSocial.netTHIS FREE E-BOOK IS PART OF OUR FACEBOOK SELLING MADE SIMPLE SERIESThese 27 Facebook post ideas are sure to get more engagement and traffic to your Fan Page. But, if you really want to drive massive traffic on Facebook and get tons of LIKES, COMMENTS and SHARES (for FREE!) on your posts, then you need to check out this video from Kim Garst telling you EXACTLY how she creates posts that go viral on Facebook.Click Here to Learn MoreShare This eBook3BoomSocial.net is a community where entrepreneurs, small business owners, and even CEOs of Fortune 500 companies come to learn how to...Create Jaw Dropping ContentDrive More TrafficBuild Social Media EngagementConvert More SalesNOTE: If you are brand new to our community, click one of the links for free, instant access to some of our most popular content on the subject you need the most...Content, Traffic, Engagement or Conversion.If you like what you see, you can subscribe to our Boom! Social Social Selling Newsletter and get our latest marketing information in your inbox every week!About Boom! SocialShare This eBook4Table of Contents5. Introduction6. Pose a problem and ask for advice7. A contest post8. Run a poll9. Share the results of your poll10. Share inspirational images11. Fill in the blank12. Follow Friday13. A seasonal post14. Blog post excerpts15. Fan-only discount16. Cross-promote with someone else in your niche17. Fan challenge18. Link to a tutorial20. An expert tip21. A personal post22. Be imperfect23. Share a picture of your business, employees or office24. Humor25. Customer success stories or testimonials26. Caption a photo27. Predictions28. A video29. Links to other people's content30. Posts thanking fans31. Opinions32. Industry news33. Ask them what their pain point is so you can offer advice or create a productShare This eBook5In a rut when it comes to knowing what to post on Facebook? I have seen many small businesses owners get hung up on posting the same types of content over and over againwhether they are working or not.This eBook will give you 27 killer Facebook post ideas for small business owners that WILL work, by generating lots of likes, shares and comments, as well as increased clicks through to your website.IntroductionYOU ARE NOT ALONE!Share This eBook61. Pose a Problem & Ask for AdviceThis type of post is great on a number of different levels. People LOVE to answer questions and to help solve problems. Also, if you ask a question that may also help THEM with a problem, they will be grateful for the help!Some ideas include:What would you do ifOne of our readers has a question. Can you help?I need to make a decision and am looking for your feedbackWhat advice would you offer to a person who is struggling with? ?Share This eBook72. Create a Contest PostEveryone loves a good contest! There are a ton of great contest apps out there that you can use to run your contest AND grab emails to add to your list! Theres nothing like a good twofer, right?I use Heyo and have had great success when using their app to run my contests, promotions and special offers. There are other apps available like TabSite and ShortStack, or you can also run Facebook contests directly on your fan page. (Check out their contest/giveaway rules here)Share This eBook83. Run a PollPolls are great not only for generating discussion, but for gaining valuable insights from your audience.Here is a link that will take you directly to Facebooks Poll app.Share This eBook94. Share the Results of Your Poll!If your poll collected data that would be interesting to your audience, share the results in a separate Facebook post. One strategy I have seen some business owners using is offering the results in a free downloadable report (in exchange for an email address, of course!).Social Network should DEFINTELY win!No way! Black Swan was WAY better!Share This eBook105. Share Inspirational ImagesIf you follow me on Facebook, you know this is a strategy I use every single day! There is so much negativity in the world (and on Facebook).I choose to encourage and inspire my fans by posting inspirational or motivational quotes and images. This works with every client we have ever had, by the way!93%of the mostengaging posts.Photos account forThey also receive 53% more likes, 104% more comments and 84% more click-throughs than text-based posts.Share This eBook116. Fill-in-the-BlankI am not exactly sure what it is about fill-in-the-blank posts, but people just love them! You can rephrase just about any question as a fill-in-the-blank and they often receive more engagement than basic questions. Test this out for yourself!TIP:When you make these fill in the blank questions, keep it simple. People are more likely to comment if they can give a 1-2 word answer.Share This eBook127. Follow FridayGive your fans the opportunity to share a link to their website or Facebook Page; not only do they get the chance to showcase their business or products, but they can meet new people and make new connections.My followers actually look forward to my Facebook Friday post every week. On average, I would say about 450-500 people engage with it by commenting with the link to their Facebook Fan page every week.Heres a link to my Facebook Fitness Fan page!Crazy! I was actually looking for a fitness coach!Share This eBook138. Seasonal PostShare a holiday picture, quote or greeting centered around an upcoming holiday. Try to add a personal touch, if possible. This reminds your fans that you are a real person!Share This eBook149. Blog Post ExcerptsI see many business owners posting links to their blog posts without including any additional context. When sharing a blog post, be sure to include a backstory or short excerpt from the post so your fans know what to expect when they click on the link.Share This eBook1510. Fan-Only DiscountOffer your Facebook fans an exclusive discount, just for being a fan!Use an image to promote the discount, if possible. These are better for grabbing the attention of your fans and for getting more shares.78%of consumers interact with brands on social media for coupons and promotionsShare This eBook1611. Cross-Promote with Someone Else in your NicheTeam up with a business that offers a complimentary product or service and help cross-promote each other. Tag each other in posts, recommend that your fans like each others Pages, or simply share each others content.Share This eBook1712. Fan ChallengePost a group challenge for your fanssometimes doing something as a group can feel less overwhelming than doing it alone! Some examples include:30-days to a more organized house (post a daily organization tip)7-days to tighter abs (post a daily video or blog post sharingthe best core exercises)Gain 1000 fans(give actionable tips for increasing yourfans Facebook audience)Share This eBook1813. Link to a TutorialGive your fans a step-by-step guide or tutorial for how to do something. These types of posts are GREAT for getting engagement, especially click-throughs and shares!People love it when you can show them how to do something! Especially if its something quick and easy and solves one of their pain points.Share This eBook19These 27 Facebook post ideas are sure to get more engagement and traffic to your Fan Page. But, if you really want to drive massive traffic on Facebook and get tons of LIKES, COMMENTS and SHARES (for FREE!) on your posts, then you need to check out this video from Kim Garst telling you EXACTLY how she creates posts that go viral on Facebook.Click Here to Learn MoreWANT MORE?Share This eBook2014. An Expert TipShare a tip from an industry expert for solving a common problem or overcoming a challenge. The expert could even be YOU!Share This eBook2115. A Personal PostThis is where you, as a small business owner, have an inherent advantage.Dont be afraid to post a personal photo or story from time to time to differentiate yourself from the big brands your fans also follow. You might be surprised by how many people connect with you not only on a business level, but on a personal level. Share This eBook2216. Be ImperfectWhoever said we need to be perfect in order for people to like us? Dont be afraid to share struggles or vulnerabilities from time to time to show you are a real person. This is a great way to make your brand more personable and more relatable!Share This eBook2317. Share a Picture of YourBusiness, Employees or OfficeSharing a photo of your workspace, your employees or even your customers (with their permission, of course) makes your business so much more relatable! Knowing there are real people behind your brand will go a long way to building trust and relationships.Share This eBook2418. Humor/Relatable PostsIt is no secret that people love to laugh! Throwing in a humorous or funny post every now and then is a great way to show people your funny side and get them laughing on the other side of their screen.Relatable posts also do extremely well on Facebook!While slightly different than a personal post, relatableposts can add a human side to your brand.To give you an idea, in two months this post has reached over 21.6 million people and has over 1.6 million Likes, Comments and Shares! Share This eBook2519. Customer Success Stories or TestimonialsFeaturing customers is not only a great way to inspire engagement (lets face it, others will hope to be featured too), but it also showcases your product or service.Additionally, these testimonials work as positive reviews to your other fans orvisitors to your page. You never know when someone who was consideringbuying your product or service might see these testimonials and finallycommit to the buy themselves. 72%of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.Sounds like that book might be worth the read.Yeah, especially if people are getting results right away!Share This eBook2620. Caption a PhotoPosting a picture and asking your fans to caption this photo is a great way to get some engagement! You dont always have to be looking for the likes and shares. Sometimes some good ol fashioned comments and conversation can be the best way to grow a loyal following and get repeat engagement on your fan page.Turn it into a contest! Do something brand-related! Use a cute or funny picture!Share This eBook2721. Your Own PredictionsChances are you have a pretty good bank of knowledge about your industry stored up in that noggin of yours and people LOVE to know what new or upcoming trends you see just around the corner!Share these predictions with your community and open up the conversation for other peoples predictions.I think video is going to reign supreme on social media this year.Really? Im going to have to look into that since Im not doing anything with video right now.Share This eBook2822. A Video About Your Business or Your ThoughtsVideo is going to be HUGE in 2015! With that said, short videos are a great way to give an inside or first look at something going on in your business or just expressing your own thoughts to your fans.Your thoughts on breaking news or ideas in your industry New product/service videosInterviews with other industry leadersShare This eBook2923. Links to Other Peoples ContentSharing is caringam I right? If you see someone else in your industry, or in an industry closely related to yours, post something that you think your fans would enjoySHARE IT! Not only does it give you more credibility by knowing whos who in your industry but sharing content that your fans find beneficial makes you someone they will come back to frequently in order to stay on top of whats new!It can possibly lead to some great partnerships or cross-promotion opportunities!Share This eBook3024. Fan Appreciation PostsI have already mentioned customer success stories and testimonials, but fan appreciation posts take that to the next level. Fans want to know they are appreciated. If you make your fan appreciation a set or scheduled occurrence that fans know to look out for, then they are more likely to engage with you in hopes of being featured!It also shows that you really do appreciate your fans since they are the ones keeping you in business!Share This eBook3125. National _______ Day PostsIm sure you have seen them in your own newsfeed, the National Talk Like a Pirate Day or National Donut Day, etc. These are easy posts (especially since there is something for almost every day of the year), but they can get a surprisingly large amount of engagement when you create a graphic to go along with it. You can find the entire calendar here.Share This eBook3226. Industry News That is Relevant to Your FollowersIf you are in a particular industry and are well-known for being a thought-leader (or are interested in positioning yourself as one), then be sure to post relevant and breaking news that your audience would appreciate! Who knows? They may even come to you FIRST to get their news!Share This eBook3327. Ask What Pain Points They Have and Help Solve Them!Is there anything easier than just ASKING your fans what problems they have that you might be able to fix? Worst case scenario is you cant help them yourself, but can point them in the direction of someone who can. BEST case scenarioyour fans have just given you an idea for a new product or service to offer them!Its the best of both worlds! You get to help your fans and they have just helped YOU!?What do you struggle with most when dealing with Facebook ads?Share This eBook34Want to see the exact tips, tricks, tools and techniques leading Facebook pro Kim Garst uses to get 2,000+ new Facebook Fans and reach 10 MILLION people for FREE every week on Facebook? Click Here to Learn MoreREADY FOR THE NEXT LEVEL ?

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