20 Facebook Question Ideas For Increasing Engagement
Welcome to our latest bundle of ready-to-use social media images where we are talking about Facebook Questions.
We’ve bundled together 20 Facebook Questions that are perfect for instant social media updates aimed at increasing engagement, Likes, Comments & Shares especially when you start opening up a whole conversation around one of the topics.
Facebook Loves Engagement!
Facebook absolutely LOVES it!
Since their latest algorithm change Facebook want people to have engaging conversations with each other so if you use some of the Facebook Questions within the bundle to spark a conversation, remember to Like every comment and engage back.
All our Social Media “done for you” bundles are designed for you to brand them as your own by adding a logo, your website url, your Facebook page url or your brand hashtag.
Use Them At The Weekends When People Are More Relaxed
Facebook questions work equally as well on Twitter & Instagram too, although sometimes success with questions lies in being at the right place, at the right time for people.
I tend to use them more at weekends or in the evenings, when people are more relaxed and just browsing.
The first few times I used this strategy I was being far too “business-like” once I opened up the conversation to more general, shorter & snappier style questions I started to see much more engagement.
Social media is the world talking to each other, sharing what’s of interest and engaging with people.
Facebook Uses Engagement As Part Of Their Algorithm
That’s the real vision behind Facebook.
A world where we are all united and sharing this wonderful adventure called life.
Add these handy little updates to your content mix and brand them as your own. You’ll find a variety of styles & colours covered that will delight your audience.
Engagement is the #1 Facebook measure of your Facebook page’s success.
The reward for increasing engagement will be that more of everything you do will be seen by a larger proportion of your Facebook page followers in their Newsfeed.