How To Engage Audience Into A Debate Topic Posted On Facebook
Ever wonder how other debate topic posts achieve their large audience engagement on likes, shares and comments?
In this article I will give you 5 simple and easy tips on how to create a debate post on Facebook that will apparently drive your audience on engagement:
1. Use attractive and effective images.
A debate post with attractive image effectively catches the attention of the audience. Images makes the first impression of the viewer to a topic that makes the viewer dragged on interest of clicking show more and even pushes to have comments.
It would also be more engaging if the images and captions that you use shows the viewers a solution to a certain problem or ways to improve daily lives.Most posts use this tactic to encourage fan discussions about topic related solutions to common problems.
Image caption posts also combine the attraction of your photos with people’s love of interacting with which they identify with.
You should use inspiring, inciting or humorous images for captioning.
Larger images also tend to get more engagements.
- Encourage filling in blanks.
You can use short sentence with one word missing to generate convincing amount of likes, shares, and comments.
Use fill-in-the-blank debate posts as a two-pronged engagement ploy,to get interaction from your online audiences and get to know them better for future marketing campaigns.
You can also use the post ploy in association with a specific event, such as summer and holidays.
Some situations like funny and awkward get people to engage on a more personal level and may encourage for more comments.
- Implicate audience with a question.
Every audience wants to get heard and questions can let them use their voice in the form of comments. You may ask your audience to share about rival preferences, help you name products or describe memories and moments associated with your debate topic.
This scheme calls the attention of audience to show or promote the debate post.
Remember to indicate and capitalize the debate post titles.
Keep your questions simple and catchy.
Relate topics to specific consumer’s lifestyles.
Monitor audience’s feedback on your Facebook debate posts and comments to find question topic ideas.
- Collect engagement from Like vs. Share
It is also nice to get your audience engaged to like your debate post for option A, or share the post to vote for option B. Vote counts are then visible and audiences are motivated to interact.
Use debatable and interesting options that will evoke strong emotions on the circle of your online community.
You should create your image with a graphic overlay which can share simple participation instructions.
- Apply hashtags.
Hashtags are used on Facebook to categorize terms behind a # symbol to increase campaign awareness to larger audiences.
Use hashtags to create engagement for specific marketing campaigns like contests and debates.
Common terms for a hashtag can increase posts dialogue and visibility.
Hashtags are also being used by audiences or debaters to find keywords and conferences for them to participate in the debate.
These are just few simple tips on how your debate post should contain and can be applied to help you connect with your audiences and drive more engagement on your Facebook posts. You may add these to help you extend your posts visibility and learn more about your audience’s’ desires.