Is Facebook making your crazy? Does the algorithm actually hate you?
That is how I felt too.
I mean, how are we supposed to share our work on social media when people never see it?
There is one course out there that will help you clear up your Facebook problems and get you moving in the right direction.
Moolah Page Strategies Course
The Moolah Page Strategies Course by Rachel Miller is life changing for your understanding of Facebook and how you can use it to grow your business and your income.
It doesn’t matter if you are a blogger, online shop owner, local business, author or whatever title you might give yourself. Rachel can help!
My pages were so sad when I started this course.
I had no engagement, hardly any reach and only 1 or 2 new likes a month. I mean, that is pathetic, right?
Here are a few things Rachel taught me that helped me start moving forward:
Figure out who you want your audience to be:
Who is the ideal person you are targeting? Do you know what they like, dislike, are interested in or would like to share about themselves?
You can’t find your true audience until you know what your true audience is: so do your research.
Make your content shareable by your audience:
Make sure that the content you are putting on your page is something your audience wants to share with the world. Does your content reflect well on them? If not, they aren’t going to share it with their friends.
Purge people from your followers that aren’t your avatar:
When you started your page, did you invite your friends and family to join?
Did you run a broad contest just to get likes with no worry about if they were your avatar?
Did you join blogging follow for follow groups, which means that tons of bloggers are following your non-blogging page?
These things can ruin your page because Facebook will think that these are your ideal followers, when they are not.
You must tell Facebook who your ideal followers are by only attracting them with your content.
Stick to the topic:
When you first start a page, you need to only target a specific niche (topic). Then as your page grows, you can broaden that topic some. Again, if you are too random on your page, Facebook won’t know what your page is about, which means it doesn’t know who to recommend your page to.
Consistency is key:
And lastly, you must show up every day (either in person or scheduled) so that Facebook knows that your page is active and churning out reliable content for their readers.
These are just a few of the things I learned from Rachel’s class.
Other topics this class teaches:
- How to combine with your competitors to help each other.
- How to set up a content strategy that works.
- How to get your content to go viral.
- What to do when your content goes viral.
- How to invite people to like your page.
- How to effectively run Facebook ads on your page.
- How to monetize your page.
- and so much more.
I was so frustrated with Facebook, I just wanted to throw in the towel. It seemed like it was impossible to get a new page going like those other pages I see with tons of followers.
I was reluctant to spend that much money (it is an investment) on a course just for Facebook. Would it really make that big of difference?
I started the course in August with 2 pages: Our Provident Homestead (259 follows) and Pixel Perfect Blogging (32 follows). Like I said, I was hardly moving those numbers at all, not matter what I tried.
Today, I have the same pages (with different names): Modern Homesteader (495 follows) and Photography for Bloggers (134 follows).
Now, I know that those aren’t viral numbers. Those are slow and steady gains that are hard earned. I had to actually purge my followers before I could get moving in the right direction.
This course isn’t about getting 100,000 followers overnight (although there are people that go viral and hit huge numbers in a short period of time).
But for me, just understanding Facebook and what I can do to get those numbers moving was worth the price of the course.
Also, the information she gives on Ad targeting is priceless. I was so confused by ads and pixels and retargeting. Now I understand it, I just have to do it.
Are you ready to get started?
The Moolah Page Strategies Course is not open right now, but no worries.
You can get on the waitlist here—> (affiliate link) Moolah Page Strategies
On that same page, you can join the free Facebook Page Massive Growth Strategies Facebook Group.
In the group, she gives so much awesome content away for free, which can help you get your page going while you wait for the course to open.Get the one course that will help you rock Facebook for your blog or online business. #FacebookClick To Tweet
I can’t recommend this course enough! I am looking forward to using the strategies I learned to skyrocket my pages in the new year! Will you join me?
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