If you’re posting on your food truck’s Facebook page and not seeing engagement in the form of likes, shares or comments, you’re wasting your precious time. You need customer engagement if you want to continually be seen in the news feed. For those of you that didn’t know, the news feed is where all the action is on Facebook.
Use Images To Boost Your Facebook Updates
One simple way to boost your engagement is to use images to boost your Facebook updates. If you want to know where your customers would like to see you park next week, take some images of the spots you are considering and ask for them to like or comment. Take the location with the most likes or positive comments and put it on your list of upcoming locations.
Another route you can take is to search for “blank” images like talking bursts, chalkboards and signs, and then add text to the images, in the form of a question for your followers to answer.
How To Add Images To Your Facebook Updates
Step 1: Enter your status update
First step is to enter your Facebook update, and then click on the Picture button next to the word Attach.
Step 2: Browse for the file
Now you want to click on Upload a photo. When you click on Upload a photo, you’ll see a new screen that will give you a Browse button. Click the Browse button to start browsing your computer for the picture.
Step 3: Find your picture
Find the picture you want to add to the status update, just like you would browse for any other file you want to open. When you find it, you can click on it, then click on open, or just double click on it.
Step 4: Submit your status update
You are almost done with adding an image to your Facebook update. After you have found your file, the little box next to the browse button will be filled in. Just click on the Share button, and your status will update. That’s it.
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The Bottom Line
Images can be a fun way to amplify your questions and grab the attention of your customers in your Facebook updates. Do you add images to your Facebook updates? We’d love to hear if you have any additional advice. Share your thoughts on this topic in the comment section, our food truck forum or on Facebook.