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How To Create Your Facebook “live” Event

Creating an engaging environment and raising your Facebook page metrics

There are a lot of strategies out there for your FB pages.

One of the handiest and simplest way to increase your page metrics is to create (post in your status update box or create an event for the page as: “Live” event or “Meet Me On The Wall” or “Special Appearance On Our Wall Today With ______” (Enter persons name in the blank) or just “Live Event – (add your topic here)” and simply add the time and date to that status update.

4 Simple Steps

  1. Post it 24 hours before  the scheduled event, then 1 hour prior to the event, remind people 15 minutes before the event then start your event with a simple “Welcome, we are here live to answer your questions” or “Welcome, today we are discussing _______” (fill in the blank with your topic), or if your having someone “appear” on your page, introduce them – ex “Welcome _________ today, they are here to answer your questions about _________.  (fill in the blanks with your guest speaker and topic.
  2. During this session, have a second person help you behind the scenes to make sure you answer as many questions as possible as they appear on the “wall” (be sure to refresh your page to keep it fresh and see all the new questions/comments).
  3. Stick to the time allotted for the discussion or event.
  4. Thank people for their comments and time and END the discussion with a hearty “Goodbye!”.  This will keep you from going over.

Keeping it simple – Create an engaging environment.

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