How to use Hyperalerts to never miss Facebook Page updates again – Video

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You’ve set up your Facebook Page and you’ve started to build your fan base and you’ve noticed that you’re not getting a lot of comments on your Facebook Timeline or you find yourself overlooking them for one reason or another. With 95% of Facebook Pages never responding to comments from fans, this means a lot of missed opportunities to connect with current fans and lost opportunities to strengthen your brand in the process. So why do we overlook comments?

Why we overlook comments:

  • No notification that you received a comment
  • They were posted towards the bottom of your Timeline
  • Forgot to respond
  • Did not feel the need to respond

If you have overlooked a comment on your Facebook Page, then you should check out the free social media tool called HyperAlerts.

HyperAlerts is a social media tool that I have been using for quite some time to stay on top of my Facebook Page comments.  In a nutshell, it is a tool that let’s you setup alerts so that you are notified via email whenever a new comment, post, or message is made on your Facebook Page.

What I like about HyperAlerts:

You can have HyperAlerts up and running in just a few minutes using just your Facebook account and your email address.

With HyerpAlerts, you can setup notifications for the following areas on Facebook Pages:

  • Comments
  • Posts
  • Messages

Creating Hyperalerts is very straightforward. Here is a quick video to show you how easy it is to use.


Benefits to using Hyperalerts

Besides being able to monitor your own Facebook Pages, you can also use Hyperalerts to monitor your competition.

For example, you can setup an alert to notify you about new posts that your competitors made on their Facebook Page.

You can also do this for comments as too.

Where to get the app:

As I mentioned earlier, HyperAlerts is one of my favorite FREE social media tools. If you want to take the guesswork out of commenting on your Facebook Pages, visit the following link to setup your Facebook Page alerts with HyperAlerts.