8 Tactics To Increase Facebook Engagement & Get Comments

8 Tactics To Increase Facebook Engagement & Get Comments

Here are Some Ways for Facebook Comments, that Helps You to Get More Comments on Facebook.

1. Engage In A Comment Battle.

2. Ask Questions About A Photo.

3. Post Visual Content. 

4. Include Attractive Photos.

5. Tag Your Friends.

6. Post Short And Sweet.

7. Add Reaction.

8. Post At Peak Time.


1. Engage In A Comment Battle.

A "comment battle" is where you put two opposing sides against each other in the comment section of a social media post, usually on Facebook or Twitter. Then, ask for them to decide between option A or option B, boost the post targeting both groups.

For example, try posting a picture with a dog and a cat in it, then target pages on Facebook like "Dogspotting" to get the dog lovers involved and "Cat Lovers of Facebook" for those fond of cats. Lastly, ask them to choose which pet they prefer in the comments. This will result in a spike in conversation within the comment section, which will drastically increase the likelihood the post will spread like wildfire.

 


2. Ask Questions About A Photo.

Share a photo an ask your fans to comment. For example, an animal rights org could post a photo of animal cruelty and ask “What’s wrong with this picture?”

 

 

 


3. Post Visual Content. 

Unless it's a very compelling story or deals with a hot-button issue, a post that includes just text is unlikely to get many reactions. According to a study by NewsWhip, which tracks social media engagement, 86% of the Facebook posts that get the most comments are videos, and 14% are pictures.

 


4. Include Attractive Photos.

No doubt that visuals get more attention than simple text. People love to see content in the form of photos or videos rather than in plain text. Well, there is also a reason behind that, it is because visuals are easy to consume and fun to like and share.

Your photo should be an eye-catching one. It should make people go aww, laugh or cry. You should always try to post different and unique photos to gain visitors’ attention. For example, if you post a photo in which a cute puppy is sleeping with teddy is itself different from the photos which include just a puppy.

 


5. Tag Your Friends.

This is an unethical way of getting likes for your personal stuff. Tagging your friends definitely increase likes for your pictures and status. Let me explain this by simple math. Let’s assume that, you are uploading a photo on your account with 1000 friends. Then those 1000 friends got notified that you added a new photo. Suppose if you tag 50 friends (I think the tag is limited to 50), then their friends also see your photo. So if those 50 friends have 1000 friends each, then your photo is seen by 50×1000=50000 or even more people. So you are more likely to get hundreds of likes. Note that, this will work only if your profile status is set to be public and your friends are willing to be tagged.

 


6. Post Short And Sweet.

For the most part, you want to keep your posts short and sweet. People rarely have the attention span to read long, text-heavy posts. That being said, very long posts from time to time can spark conversations and debates that lead to higher engagement and sharing.

On a daily basis, stick to short comments, but don’t be afraid to post a long comment every now and then. These longer comments can help get a more meaningful conversation started. Choose your topic wisely and try to encourage friendly debate and discussion.

 


7. Add Reaction.

Do you know those situations where you don’t want to reply to comment yet want to acknowledge it? Thankfully, similar to posts, you can add reactions to comments as well. Usually, Facebook supports six emoji reactions but they keep adding new ones for a limited time.

To react to a comment, hover your mouse over the Like button or long-tap the Like button (if you are using the mobile app). Then select the emoji that you want to use.

 


8. Post At Peak Time.

Afternoons and evenings are the best time to post. In the mornings, when young people are at school and the rest of us are just settling into our workday, we’re less likely to be scanning our Facebook feeds. As the day progresses and the post-lunch fatigue sinks it, people are more likely to start engaging with Facebook. After 5 pm, things really pick up – this is Prime Time on Facebook too!

And don’t forget to post on weekends! Lots of users out there are glued to their screens on the weekends and have plenty of time on their days off to read your posts, respond with comments, share and like. (For this reason, the weekend is an ideal time to post something a little longer…)

 

 

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