Posting regularly on your Facebook page is very important because it keeps your audience engage which make them more likely to buy your Teespring shirts. The only downside is that it can be time consuming. Wouldn’t be fantastic to put everything on auto-pilot? You can now do this with the Facebook schedule post feature.
What You Will Learn
- How to put your Facebook pages on auto-pilot and schedule all your posts
Schedule post feature on Facebook will make your life easier. It’s a tool that isn’t use by a lot of marketer and this is one of the most common mistake I hear about. The more you have campaigns running and pages to manage, the more easily you can forget to post an update. Sometimes, very important one like the last countdown of your Teespring campaign.
What you should schedule
- Any events or competition related to your niche.
- Update on the remaining time of your teespring campaign
- Question to your audience, poll, survey. Try keeping it interacting. Everytime someone comment on your page, it appear in their timeline and all their friends know about it too!
How it work:
Write your post like you would do normally. Add your picture or your Teespring link if you want and click on the clock.
The menu to schedule your post will open. Just enter the date, the time and hit schedule.
It wont appear in your timeline until your scheduled date. If you need to make changes to your scheduled post, just head over to the drop down menu “edit page” at the top of your page and click use activity log. You will be able to edit, delete, tag people or even comment on your post before it goes live!
When is the best time to schedule a post?
If you go on the insight on your facebook page you can have a break down of when your audience is online. Use those data to schedule your post. If you just started a page and you don’t have information on your audience yet.
In the morning at 7AM when people wake up and log in for the first time.
In the evening at 9PM when your audience is done watching tv and go on their computer. So If you just posted something during those times and someone log in, you will be right on top of their feed, waiting to be clicked on!