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How to Get Social Media Reach for Free | #GetSocialSmart Show Episode 020

  • May 17, 2017
  •   Posted By Katie Lance
How to Get Social Media Reach for Free | #GetSocialSmart Show Episode 020
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It’s episode 20! Today we are talking about how to get the most reach on social media without paying for it. There’s such a pain point involved when you feel like, “Oh my gosh, I have to pay to boost everything. I have to pay to advertise everything. Why is nobody seeing my content?” Especially when it comes to Facebook, because of the algorithms. As we all know, when you post something to Facebook, a very small percentage of the people who actually like your page, actually see your content. How do we get the most reach without having to pay for a lot? I want to give you a few quick tips.

Number one, consistency. I can tell you right now, when you start to post consistent content, especially on Facebook, it makes a huge difference.

The second tip I’m going to give you is, reach out to people one to one, to get more engagement. When you can reach out to people one to one, the magic is in the one to one, when it comes to social media.

My third tip is you have to build your tribe. And, what I mean by that, is on social media, it’s less about you, and more about other people.

A bonus tip I’ll give you for getting more reach, if you’re just in the early stages, I can tell you right now that video and Facebook Live is one of the fastest ways to fast track your content, and getting your content seen by more and more people.

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