Infographic: Facebook Wall Post Cheat Sheet to Increase Interaction

With most marketing campaigns the devil and success lies in the execution and furthermore the details of the execution. Below you will find the follow up infographic to our “Best Days to Post on Facebook by Industry“, titled “Facebook Wall Post Cheat Sheet to Increase Interaction”.

This Facebook Cheat Sheet, based on data from Buddy Media, contains facts and figures about the type of content that work best, how to get more comments, likes and shares, as well as how to use Facebook wall post emoticons to get the most out of your wall posts.



6 thoughts on “Infographic: Facebook Wall Post Cheat Sheet to Increase Interaction”

  1. As Kathy said, kerning kerning kerning–I was almost more focused on the poor kerning of the numbers than I was on the actual content.

    Also, I really hope businesses don’t take this to mean that they should start using emoticons in all their media communications…

  2. Hi Bill,
    nice looking chart!
    How do you measure the response interaction rate of posts in dependency of a “specific” smiley? Better Response rate of emoticon, yes! But kind of it?
    I can hardly believe that it´s possible to measure response rate due to the lot of variables and testing conditions like:

    - Different textual content
    - Different interests of a specific user
    - Different interests of the average follower group of a specific FB page
    - Timepoint of the post
    - Day of posting
    - Health and condition of a user
    …and much more..

    Ahh i forgot: :D

  3. Wow… It is really help full Bill Ross. Thanks for sharing with us. Again I just Super +1 ed your article. :)

  4. Great study and tips to try!,Thanks for sharing with us. Again I just Super +1 ed your article

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