In the past few years of social media growth, we’ve seen Facebook take on many changes. From the way newsfeeds have been set up, to the way we can interact with others and share new content, even to how we are notified about upcoming events – whether we were personally invited, or Facebook simply told us there was something in our area. All of these things have been changed and made to work more effectively, and to get the masses more involved.
Through a personal or business account, you can set up reminders to help organize your Facebook-listed events. Or if you’re hosting, you can send out reminders so all of your guests will receive notice.
When clicking on events, you can also see items listed by the day. This includes photos and links, so you can click for immediate details. For personal use, this helps keep you organized, listing every single item on its scheduled day. And for business use, it’s a way to ensure customers are getting easy access to all of your information. Pairing this feature with event reminders can prove toward better turnout, and ensure that all parties are informed – whether you’re scheduling a business call with one individual, or are planning a company-wide open house.
In a world where we’re almost constantly logged into social media, why not use that focus in your favor? Incorporate notifications and reminders to reach others where and when you need them, and to regularly increase your return on response.
Stand And Stretch is also here to help with every step of your Facebook event – from page creation, to follow up reminders.
Bethaney Phillips is a freelance writer and editor turned SEO specialist with 10 years of professional digital writing experience. She enjoys working with clients and putting their ideas into informative content. She is also a military spouse entrepreneur advocate, volunteering, and writing in MilSpo spaces. When not working, she can be found chasing around two toddler boys.