If the content you share leads you to using Facebook as your main social media platform, you may want to consider using the Facebook Creator Studio. It is a free option available to creators that incorporates the tools to manage your Facebook page(s).
First, you will have to have a Facebook page already setup. Log into your page, and go to “Publishing Tools” and click on “Creator Studio” under the “Tools” section. Once that is done, you will notice that you have more options available. Below are a few of the options that you will see.
You can post content directly from the Creator Studio by going to the “Home” tab and choosing the “Post Something” option. It will ask you what section you want to post under and the format (photo, video, poll, event, post, etc.) you wish to use. You can also schedule your posts to publish immediately or at a later time.
A playlist is a great way to organize related content so people can watch them in order. To do this, go to the “Playlist” option and choose “New Playlist.” There is an option to add a video to an existing playlist and to organize the order you want the videos to appear.
The sound collection feature is one of my favorite parts. It gives creators access to free music and sounds that you can use in your videos legally. No more copyright infringement notifications. Under the “Tracks” tab, you can search by the genre, mood, length, and by using a keyword.
Creator Studio also includes an overview of all the content you published and the insights that go with them. The “Inbox” section is where you manage the comments and messages people have left you. You can also see how your posts are performing along various metrics, such as watch time, view counts, and follower activity. It also shows you which viewers return to your page regularly. These features help you understand your audience based on demographics like age, location, etc.
There are a lot of ways Facebook can be a useful tool for creators. For more information, you can visit the following sites about Facebook for Creators, Facebook Creator Studio, and Get Started with Creator Studio. Stay tuned for some tips and tricks involving Twitter for creators.