SimplyCast Highlight: Facebook Automation

Stephen Andrews
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1.23 billion.

That is how many average active daily users Facebook reported having as of December 2016.

To put that number into perspective, that amount of people could fill up Wembley's 90,000 capacity stadium approximately 13,667 times.

With those kinds of numbers, Facebook has quickly become the place businesses want to expand to as a way to connect with new and existing stakeholders. With the introduction of Marketplace, which opened the door to e-commerce on the platform, companies are adding digital storefronts as a channel to sell online products and services directly to consumers.

It’s not uncommon to scroll through your newsfeed and see advertisements and offers littered among pictures, videos and posts from your friends. Luckily, SimplyCast 360 offers Facebook Automation so you can make sure that your updates, products, and services are being seen by the right people.

Imagine being able to set up your Facebook posts for the week, upload images, and target them at specific segments of your audience and then go work on another issue of business. How helpful would it be if you could even schedule campaigns to run from a start date for a special event and then end with you only have to press ‘activate’? Imagine no more with SimplyCast 360’s Facebook Automation softwar0,e which can turn your Facebook experience from a time consumer into a business generator.

Whether you’re just putting your organization online for the first time or have cultivated an online following, our platform works as a growth agent to meet your objectives.

Say you’re getting ready to launch a new product at an upcoming event and want to make sure your social media channels are drawing attention. With SimplyCast, you can set up messaging in segments and run an automated campaign so you know the message is getting out. You can plan for the event announcement with an attached link to the media release to be posted in the morning and have the event poster and page link automatically posted minutes later. Your campaign can be planned days in advance with content delayed by minutes, hours and days.

Over the course of the days leading up to your event, build an RSVP and contact list with forms SimplyCast can integrate onto your Facebook page. With the information collected, you can send targeted messages with further new and updates on your services whenever you wish. Planned photo posts will draw eyes to your content while helping driving up your event attendance. When your announcement is made, your page can be continuously updated with pre-planned content down to the minute while you upload event media.

As all of this takes place, you can review automatically generated status reports detailing clicks, likes, and comments made. When all is said and done, you’ll have data to compare with event benchmarks or yearly goals. It’s that easy with SimplyCast 360! You can even build out the campaign further to feature Twitter too!

Looking to employ this service but unsure if you’ll have the content creation resources? You can have a dedicated SimplyCast employee who can create and manage your campaigns. Learn more about our Hands-Free program where you reap all the benefits with none of the hassle.

This is just one of SimplyCast 360’s many applications, with the full system allowing you to craft and deliver your message through e-mail, voice campaigns, surveys and more. Sign up for a 14-day free trial of the platform and learn more about what the SimplyCast Facebook Automation app can do for you.


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