Feature Friday: How to Order Facebook Posts

TGIF! Today on Feature Friday, Curtis demonstrates how to order Facebook posts for your company page.

Our qualified writers can create creative and engaging Facebook posts that are unique to your business and industry.

You have the ability to provide basic or detailed instructions for yiour writer. Additionally, to give your writer an idea of what you like, you can show example pages of businesses who have done a killer job on their Facebook posts.

Once your writer has finished your order, you have the ability to upload the posts directly into your Hootsuite account using our Hootsuite integration. 

Check out the video for more details!

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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0 thoughts on “Feature Friday: How to Order Facebook Posts”

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    Isabelle Martin says:

    Facebook is a powerful marketing tool. In today’s world, social media is the fastest way to get the word out about your products.

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      Isabelle, I completely agree. It’s also a great way to get ideas for your own campaigns as well. So much creativity to take in.

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    Ysabel Castillon says:

    I use Facebook often to promote my own vlogging ventures, and a lot of my friends have small artisan businesses that have benefited from social media platforms such as FB and Twitter. They’re a great way to reach a much wider audience.

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      Social media platforms really are a godsend for people without large sums of money who are looking to reach a big audience. It’s amazing that only 15 years ago social media sites were nonexistent.

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    auntieemily says:

    I don’t understand why more clients wouldn’t order Facebook posts. They are affordable and a great way to get people interacting with a business on social media.

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