Did you create too many Facebook unpublished posts in Power Editor?
Do you find it difficult to locate ads in Facebook Power Editor?
In this article I’ll show you how to delete a Facebook unpublished post or dark post.
This way you can spend more time creating Facebook Ads instead of scrolling through ones you no longer need!
How to delete a Facebook unpublished post
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Social media is always changing. This can be great for keeping technology up to date and keeping users engaged, but it can make things challenging for marketers who constantly need to change how they run their campaigns.
Facebook, for example, frequently changes the image dimensions required for their posts – often without notice. In May of 2014, just four months ago, I posted this guide to social media dimensions. A new guide is already necessary.
Check out the following information to make sure you always use the right Facebook image dimensions when posting to your page, uploading videos, and creating images for Facebook Ads.
Facebook Image Size Cheat Sheet
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Facebook recently announced Facebook Call to Action buttons as a way for businesses to add buttons to Facebook Ads and posts to help improve engagement on Facebook.
This is great news for business owners and marketers as you will now have the opportunity to make your content stand-out in the news feed.
With Facebook Call to Action buttons, you have five types of buttons to choose from to help get your message across.
To help you begin implementing Facebook Call to Action buttons on your Facebook Page posts and in Facebook Ads, I put together a guide on the different types of call to action buttons and included examples on how you can use each type of button.
5 Uses for Facebook Call to Action buttons
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Do you wish you could get better engagement in the Facebook news feed with your Facebook posts?
Facebook has added the ability to include Facebook Call to Action buttons in Facebook Ads and Facebook organic posts.
These new types of buttons are good news for direct marketers because you can now include direct calls to action in your posts.
What are Facebook Call to Action buttons?
Facebook call to action buttons let you add buttons to posts to help them stand out.
Here is an example of a Facebook post from Amazon with a call to action button.
Uses for call to action buttons
Right now, you can only create Facebook Call to action buttons for Facebook Ads or unpublished posts.
Follow the instructions below to learn how to create Facebook Call to Action buttons.
How to add Facebook Call to Action buttons
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Did you create a dark or unpublished post on Facebook?
Do you know how to view comments made after you’ve created a dark or unpublished post?
Today I’m going to teach you how to view comments on a dark or unpublished Facebook post in just a few steps.
Why view comments on a dark or unpublished Facebook post?
If you want to increase Facebook engagement, you can’t just create a dark or unpublished post and ignore your audience.
While dark or unpublished Facebook posts don’t show up on your timeline, that doesn’t matter.
Anyone who has a direct link to your post or was targeted in your dark or unpublished post can still leave a comment.
If you ignore comments on a dark or unpublished Facebook post, you send the message that you don’t care about your fans.
The good news is that viewing comments on a dark or unpublished post takes just a few minutes to do.
To view comments on a dark or unpublished Facebook post, follow these instructions.
How to view comments on a dark or unpublished Facebook post
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Do you struggle with knowing how often to post on your Facebook Page?
While studies show that you should only post one time every three hours.
What do you do if you want to post more content on your Facebook Page? Create a Facebook unpublished post.
What are Facebook unpublished posts?
Facebook defines unpublished page posts as this:
Unpublished Page Posts allow Page Owners to share their messages with audiences without reaching their page audience organically through news feed distribution or timeline. (Source)
What this means for page owners is that you can create additional Facebook posts and share them with your fans without having them display on your Facebook Page.
This provides you with more opportunities to share your content without overwhelming fans.
Benefits of Facebook unpublished posts or dark posts
Creating a Facebook unpublished post has its benefits.
Here are some reasons why you want to create a Facebook unpublished post:
- Control how much content gets displayed on your Facebook Page
- Include Facebook Call to Action buttons with posts
- Create a Facebook Ad from a Facebook unpublished post to target specific users
- Run A/B split tests to determine which posts work best
To create Facebook unpublished posts also known as dark posts, follow these instructions.
How to create Facebook unpublished posts or dark posts
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An area that often gets overlooked when working with Facebook are Facebook Ads. This is most likely because Facebook advertising terms are confusing. To help you out, we have compiled a glossary of Facebook advertising terms to make it easy for you to reference when you’re creating your own Facebook Ads.
Note: I’ve compiled this list of Facebook advertising terms from the Facebook Help Center along with various resources that I’ve used when creating Facebook Ads.
With this collection of Facebook advertising terms, it should be a lot easier to understand all of the different fields when you’re creating your own Facebook Ads. !
List of Facebook Advertising Terms
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