There’s a new fan page popping up every second. It seems that way anyway with all the fuss and buzz around Facebook. Now that there are over 500 million users on the social media platform everyone’s trying to make a social media star out of themselves. You can’t blame people for trying though just like the rest of us that are trying to get a piece of the pie. Utilizing your facebook fan page takes a whole lot more activity than just creating the page itself. Frankly flaunting around your Facebook page url doesn’t mean squad if you don’t have anything on the page itself.
There are several effective ways that you can keep your Facebook fan page healthy. Unfortunately it does require activity and the will to maintain it consistently. Look into how to create a Facebook fan page first before you dive in and get your hands dirty. If you’re a non-technical individual the entire process may seem a bit challenging to you so it’s preferable that you familiarize yourself with this first hand.
Consistent Content Flow
There’s some folks out there that simply don’t understand that just about everything on the web is about content. That’s right! Your Facebook fan page needs to contain valuable content from reliable resources or unique content created by YOU. Visitors on Facebook ‘Like’ fan pages because they provide value, interest, or are simply informative. You need to stand out from the crowd and competition by ensuring that you’re unique in your content creation and submission. Update the content as often as possible to ensure freshness (Yes, everybody likes that).
RSS Feed Implementation
Another great way to communicate with your Facebook fan page is to ensure that your fan page rss feed has been setup properly. This may involve a slight learning curve although it’s a necessary step toward the automation of your content directly onto your fan page. Check out the tutorials and make sure that you’re broadcasting your RSS feed onto your fan page properly.
Social Media & Your Fan Page
In addition to all of the above you can also associate your Facebook fan page with your Twitter account. This will ensure continuous updates directly from your Twitter account onto your facebook fan page. You can communicate with your audience while you’re on the go by making consistent updates. I wouldn’t engage into heavy activity from your Twitter account though onto your fan page as in most cases some of your visitors may find this annoying or consider as overcrowding.