How to Schedule Fan Page Posts
The scheduling mechanism on Facebook Fan Pages is a Content Management System that allows you to schedule multiple posts and then forget about it. No more sticking around until the right time of day to post a message to your fans.
1. Go to your page and click inside the Status area and then click the clock icon.
2. Set up what to post (message, photo, video, link, offer, event, etc.) If you don’t do this in the order shown here, you will need to set up the schedule time again after adding photo, etc.
3. Schedule a time for the post to appear (right down to the minute if needed).
4. Click “Schedule” and the post will disappear.
5. To review scheduled posts, go to “Edit Page” and “Use Activity Log.” The Activity Log serves as a CMS.
6. The Activity Log serves as a CMS and will list all of your upcoming posts in chronological order. You may delete anything you see here before it posts. NOTE: Editing was not a function of the Activity Log as of the writing of this doc, but I suspect it will be included soon.
Posting once or twice every day is recommended for growing and maintaining relevancy in the eyes of the Facebook algorithm. Look at the steady growth after scheduling a week’s worth of posts. After several weeks of posting, the page below grew from 475k to 505k. This, after remaining at around 475k users for several months.
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