Facebook Pages are well designed for promoting digital publications. It provides an easier, more cost-effective platform for marketing your business, brands, or titles. Setting up a Facebook page for your digital flipbook is always a good audience development strategy.
Promoting on your Facebook page is the same as how you do it on your own Facebook profile– with posts and links, PR mentions, and stories inside your digital flipbooks. Initially, there is a possibility that these posts won’t have as much as an effect as posting status updates on your own profile. But keeping your page updated often pays off quite well eventually. To make sure you’re on the right track, below we feature Andrew Osegi’s tips for a better reader engagement using Facebook page.
In some cases, a Facebook page might be enough to ignite your flip digital publication into an overnight success story. However, chances are it will simply be a good introduction to a wide audience of people, and it will likely cause you to make your first subscription sale.
Tip 1: Consider a Paid Social Media Strategy
Here at Kuno, with regards to Facebook performance, we’ve been saying “Pay to Play” for a long time. Ever since it became common knowledge that Facebook would be prioritizing “high-quality” content over Business Page content, companies have been forced to pay the social platform for the reach they had once earned organically. This is a good thing: It decongestant the Facebook UX of page solicitation and forces marketers to fight harder for the little organic traction they may earn.Read more