It can be a challenge creating fresh, engaging content about your brand that your audience will engage with. In fact, you can spend so much time creating content – that you don’t always have the space to step back and look at the bigger picture – like your page design.
Maybe you’ve not updated your About Page recently? Or maybe you haven’t activated the Facebook Inbox feature? Maybe you haven’t had a chance to update your cover images in a while?
But when you step back, take a walk around the block, grab a coffee and look at your page with fresh eyes, there are heaps of simple things you can do to to ensure your page is up to scratch in terms of branding and design.
The folks over at Quill have created a rad infographic highlighting the areas the key areas to pay attention to when ensuring that your page is up to date.
Is it time for your Facebook page to have a makeover? Here’s the go-to list.
Wanting to get started to with social media reporting? This social media reporting template is a starting point where you can add or remove elements to suit your needs. It covers channel growth, top posts, demographics, share of voice and influencers. Download it now.
Don’t forget to check out the post detailling just what to look for in your reporting.
About Rachel Beaney
Rachel Beaney is an Australian freelance social media specialist with over a decade in digital media. She’s worked with global names like Microsoft, Samsung, News Corp and General Assembly, in addition to not-for-profits and government bodies. She loves helping clients solve their business needs with creative and data-driven solutions. Get in touch today to jump on a free consultation call to find out how Rachel can help you.