When, what and how often to post on my Facebook page

Visit Dan Zarella’s blog to see the complete Infographic. The graphics below represents some of the data Dan has analyzed and published on his blog over the last year. The graphs answer questions most a lot of people have about Facebook marketing with real science.

What is the best time to post?


So 8am and 6pm clearly wins. This is before work starts and after works is done?

What is the best day to post?


Best moment to publish updates on Facebook are in the weekends. This is completely different for my blogs. Weekends are lows.
Also weird, that preferred time 8am – for the weekend? That sounds more like week days.

How often should I post?

Once in two days should be fine. Please remember that more people will stop Liking the page when there is two many updates compared to only a few updates. I guess with to many updates you are flooding the timeline of the followers.

What are the most read posts about?


Favorite subjects:

  1. sex – that’s the same anywhere on the web
  2. Positive – like that, positive content makes people happy and willing to share
  3. Learning – most people like to learn

Article, research and Infographic: 5 Questions and Answers about Facebook Marketing by Dan Zarella

This is Dan’s book The Facebook Marketing Book

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