1. Learn what the fans enjoy.
Every enthusiast page is around a topic. Some are more certain than others but nonetheless there is always content material you must post and content you can't. Learn that as fast as you may and stick to correct content for your enthusiasts.
2. Connect to the fans.
This is vitally important. Interact with your followers by all means. Often include questions or phone to actions within your content. Always think of a method to make your fans like/comment/share you. If someone does not connect to your site for a while he stops seeing updates coming from it in their media feeds! This is so why many admins see their very own "people saw this post" drop each and every time they upgrade their page. Those persons don't interact with the page so they end seeing anything from that. Respond to all communications provided for your page email too.
3. Don't content all too often.
If you content every one-two hours, you are slowly killing the page. Posting every hour used to be employed by producing most money but Fb changed everything once more and now we have to adapt our strategy. Content no more often than every 3-4 hours.
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