Facebook is introducing “Promoted Post” feature that lets you promote your Fan Page among limited number of audience in some bucks, however there is no official news about its full Launch, may be they are testing this feature. According to Business Insider:
“Facebook’s Promoted Posts launched this morning and the starting price for promoting an individual post is $15.00 and the choices go up to $300.00.”
According to Facebook Promote Help Pages:
“If you’re a Page admin, you can promote recent posts directly from your Page timeline by going to the bottom of any post that’s been created within the past 3 days, and clicking on the “Promote” button.
When you promote a post, it will be shown in the news feeds of more of the people who like your Page than you would reach normally. Friends of the people who have interacted with your post will also be more likely to see the story in their news feeds for up to 3 days from when the post was first created.”
How To Promote Post Using Facebook “Promoted Post” ?
Step 1 : Go to sharing tool to create a post. and enter your post details.
Step 2 : Hit “Promote” button and select your desired price for promoting post, by seeing the Estimated reach in front of the Promoted Amount.
Note: The budget you set is a lifetime budget and not a daily budget.
Step 3 : Hit save, you are done !!
All promoted posts will show in the news feeds of the people who like your Page and, when they interact with the post, to their friends. These posts will be labeled as “Sponsored” in the news feed. Promoted posts will not be shown in the right-hand column of Facebook.
You can promote the recent post on your fan pages that are past 3 days old, in the same manner as above. You will see a promote button at the bottom, where people add comment.
For more question and queries related to Facebook Promoted Post hit to Facebook Promote Help.
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