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In Summer of 2019, Facebook announced that they would be putting more emphasis on groups. Yay for groups! I know life can be crazy busy, so you’re probably looking for something to help you keep people engaging. Don’t worry! I’ve got your back! So, let’s get to it. Here are 21 Fall-themed Facebook engagement posts!
Why Should I Use Fall-themed Facebook Engagement Posts?
If you’re running a direct sales business on Facebook, chances are you have a group. And if you have a group, you know the value of having solid engagement. The greater your engagement, the more Facebook will push out your content into the newsfeed of other members. You want people seeing your group, right? Of course you do! The more reminders they have that you and your group exist, the greater chance they will buy! People come to Facebook for a few reasons. Entertainment happens to be one of those reasons, so let’s capitalize on that!
Ok, I get engagement, but why a Fall theme?
Fall is really trendy. People love it because it’s like a different version of Spring, but without the mud. And let’s be honest, everyone has an opinion, especially about pumpkin spice lattes. Just ask if someone knows what a PSL is and you’ll be chatting for quite a while!
Ok, let’s get to the pictures!
I hope these images help spark some conversations that you can have with your group. Fall happens early here in Wisconsin, so I plan on posting these starting in September. Facebook encourages dialogue, so make sure you don’t just drop these graphics and ghost your group! You might not have the time to respond to every comment (you should), but you need to make time to respond to at least a few. Well friends, I hope these posts help you!
Need ideas on more engagement posts? Click HERE to be taken to a Halloween-themed post, HERE for a Thanksgiving post, HERE to be taken to a post filled with Christmas posts, HERE for some New Year’s posts, and HERE for Valentine’s Day! Want to see how I’m using engagement? Click HERE to join my community group, but please be active with us!