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Why Is Facebook Important For Your Blog?

Facebook can be considered the senior when it comes to social media platforms. Obviously, the name has been changed or is going to be changed as ‘Meta’ which is a whole other topic but as of now, let’s still call it Facebook for the sake of this post!

A decade ago when blogging started to get popular, most bloggers grew their traffic and followers through Facebook and till this day, it’s a great platform to share and promote your blog posts. Now onto the question, why it’s important for your blog – that’s what I wanted to share with you in today’s post!

Facebook peut être considéré comme le senior en ce qui concerne les plateformes de médias sociaux. De toute évidence, le nom a été changé ou va être changé en « Meta », ce qui est un tout autre sujet, mais pour le moment, appelons-le toujours Facebook pour le bien de cet article !

Il y a une décennie, lorsque les blogs ont commencé à devenir populaires, la plupart des blogueurs ont augmenté leur trafic et leurs abonnés via Facebook et jusqu’à ce jour, c’est une excellente plate-forme pour partager et promouvoir vos articles de blog. Passons maintenant à la question, pourquoi c’est important pour votre blog – c’est ce que je voulais partager avec vous dans l’article d’aujourd’hui !

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IT IS A SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM

As I briefly mentioned previously, it’s a social media platform. You can use it like any other social medias to share and promote your content. Facebook might be less popular now compared to other blooming social media platforms like Instagram or Tiktok but it’s still a platform to take advantage of. There might be users on there who aren’t on any other platforms!

Comme je l’ai brièvement mentionné précédemment, il s’agit d’une plate-forme de médias sociaux. Vous pouvez l’utiliser comme n’importe quel autre média social pour partager et promouvoir votre contenu. Facebook est peut-être moins populaire maintenant que d’autres plateformes de médias sociaux en plein essor comme Instagram ou Tiktok, mais c’est toujours une plateforme dont il faut profiter. Il pourrait y avoir des utilisateurs là-bas qui ne sont sur aucune autre plate-forme !

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IT CAN BRING YOU OPPORTUNITIES

There are still brands that look for Facebook to promote their products. Brands in general don’t technically care about the platform unless they are very specific about a requirement, the most important thing they focus about is numbers. There are a ton of opportunities that are specifically for Facebook so it would be shame not to take advantage of this platform or at least not try to use it.

Il existe encore des marques qui recherchent Facebook pour promouvoir leurs produits. Les marques en général ne se soucient pas techniquement de la plate-forme à moins qu’elles ne soient très spécifiques sur une exigence, la chose la plus importante sur laquelle elles se concentrent sont les chiffres. Il existe une tonne d’opportunités spécifiquement pour Facebook, il serait donc dommage de ne pas profiter de cette plateforme ou du moins de ne pas essayer de l’utiliser.

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IT CAN HELP YOU CREATE CONNECTIONS

Facebook is mostly used as a personal social media platform. Obviously, you can use professionally if you have a Facebook page but most of the times, PRs or agencies will try to contact you through Facebook. I’ve seen a lot of bloggers try to contact PRs through Facebook as well.

It’s worth noting that the contact is established through their Facebook page and not through their personal accounts. If you try to contact or if a person tries to contact you through your personal account, it’s definitely something to be worried about.

Facebook est principalement utilisé comme plate-forme de médias sociaux personnelle. Évidemment, vous pouvez utiliser professionnellement si vous avez une page Facebook, mais la plupart du temps, les RP ou les agences essaieront de vous contacter via Facebook. J’ai vu beaucoup de blogueurs essayer de contacter les relations publiques via Facebook également.

Il est à noter que le contact s’établit via leur page Facebook et non via leurs comptes personnels. Si vous essayez de contacter ou si une personne essaie de vous contacter via votre compte personnel, c’est certainement quelque chose dont il faut s’inquiéter.

Related: How To Use DMs To Your Advantage As A Blogger.


Thank you so much for reading! – xo N

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  1. Hey guys! I hope you are all doing well. I’ve recently moved and I don’t have broadband in my home yet, that’s the reason why I can’t reply to your comments as soon as possible and be active on here. Thank you for your patience! Happy holidays ❤

  2. I find Facebook and other social media useless. I get 0 clicks onto my blog from FB and Twitter despite having a combined 14k followers. I had the same amount of sales for my books 2. unfortunately to be successful, the only way is to invest a ton of money. I can’t do that so I will always remain invisible and unsuccessful.

  3. The start of Facebook seems like a lifetime ago. Surprisingly, my author/writing page still gets some views and traction, even if I don’t advertise as hard as Twitter or even Instagram. It definitely still works and acts as a social media platform should. Thanks for the post! Happy Holidays~

    1. Facebook can be a hit or miss, I mean it’s the same case for all the social media platforms. They can be a great asset to your blog but they can also be a waste of time. It all depends on the strategies you implement, your content and obviously luck. Thank you so much for reading hun ❤️

  4. I do get likes on my fb even though its inactive but it hasnt really driven any traffic to my site. My best site is pinterest to drive traffic to my site but still looking for ways to make momey through the traffic

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