Share More on Facebook in 2020!

Increase Your Social Media Presence
with Help from KeepRite

Did you make a New Year's Resolution to expand your social media plan this year? If not, you may want to add it to the list of 2020 goals. Here's why: the average person spends nearly two hours on social media every day.1 The more valuable content you can share with customers online, the more opportunities you have to expand your reach, boost your brand, and gain more business.

There are two easy ways to increase your 2020 social media efforts and share more posts online: 

  1. Like the KeepRite Facebook page.
  2. Adjust your news feed preferences.

Like the KeepRite Facebook Page

The KeepRite Facebook page can help you expand your social media efforts. Please visit and Like the KeepRite Facebook page.  

Each week, we post product information, HVAC tips, DIY suggestions, and more. It's great content for you to share through your Facebook channels to boost your social media presence and gain more followers. 


Adjust Your Facebook News Feed Preferences to Receive the Most KeepRite Content

Have you Liked the KeepRite Facebook page, but haven't seen many posts recently? Facebook made changes to the news feed process awhile back, and that algorithm may be the reason why. Facebook wants to prioritize content from family, friends and groups over business pages like KeepRite's. But, there's an easy way to fix that so you don't miss out on posts from KeepRite. 

In a few simple steps, you can adjust your Facebook news feed preferences to receive the most KeepRite content possible: 

It's Easy to Adjust Your Facebook® News Feed Preferences
 


Once you've Liked the KeepRite Facebook page and adjusted your news feed preferences so you see KeepRite posts first, you'll have lots of valuable social media content to share with customers, family and friends. Like the KeepRite Facebook page today so we can help you meet your 2020 social media goals!


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