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Building a Social Media Empire: Step 3 – Consistently Post Great Content

We’re building a social media empire. If this is the first post of the series that you have stumbled on, please take a look through the first two before continuing:

  1. Find Your Niche and Create Your Accounts
  2. Build Your Page Audience with Facebook Ads

My Fan Page, Everything TIU, is growing nicely. Using my Facebook Ads for Likes strategy, I am currently averaging $0.03 per Like. I am only spending $3/day and I am already at 476 Likes.

The Page’s reach is growing and I am getting both engagement and organic Likes already.

Everything TIU FPTraffic Stats

The screenshot above is from the FPTraffic Stats tool. I am using FPTraffic to grow my Page organically and provide value to my new audience. You provide value through your content and in return your audience stays engaged. But, you need to consistently post great content.

Consistently Post Great Content

I already have enough content scheduled to post to my new Fan Page every day for the rest of the month.

If I left for vacation right now, my Page would continue to post great content consistently to my Fan Page twice a day every day for the rest of October.

How did I do it?

I used two different content tools with FPTraffic to gather awesome content that I know my This Is Us audience is going to love.

Tumblr is an awesome source of content for pretty much any entertainment niche. My focus on Tumblr was to find great quotes from the show.

FPTraffic Tumblr Search

All you have to do is click the images you find and FPTraffic will automatically schedule them to post to you Facebook Page.

I love to pull images from Tumblr, but my favorite source of image content is Pinterest. You can pull hundreds of images in a matter of minutes using the FPTraffic Chrome extension and Pinterest.

Pinterest Search

To find awesome photos to post to my new Fan Page, I just go to Pinterest Search and type in this is us. Pinterest shows tons of images as well as recommended searches (the buttons across the top).

With the FPTraffic Chrome extension, you can simply select the images you want to schedule (or select all of them) and then import them into your FPTraffic account and schedule them to post to your Facebook Page.

It’s really that easy. Within a matter of about 10 minutes using the Tumblr tool and Chrome extension with Pinterest, I have enough great content for an entire month!

FPTraffic Posts

So, FPTraffic will post this awesome content to my Fan Page every day and I’ll accumulate reach, engagement, and more fans. Easy!

I own FPTraffic so I’m obviously very biased towards it, but I created it years ago and continue to improve on it today because it allows me to easily manage and grow my Fan Pages.

FPTraffic is $10 a month, but you can sign up today and get a free 2-week trial. You just sign up and click the trial button. No other information is required.

I am going to boost some content soon to help get more engagement and drive new fans. I will write an article about that with an update on how my Page, my content, and my ads are performing.

It’s definitely encouraging to see engagement already with such a small audience and I am excited about the future on my Fan Page.

My next post will be about building up my Twitter so be on the lookout for that.

Let’s make some money!

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About Yesenia Barboza

Yesenia Barboza
My name is Yesenia Barboza. I have been in online marketing and business since 2005. Since that time, I have managed several websites and blogs while establishing a successful strategy business coaching program. Most of my clients and students range from start up businesses up to companies that want to expand the growth of their existing business.

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