How to add a poll to your Facebook video
Author: Chané Arnolds February 3 | Blog
A sure-fire way to increase your Facebook video engagement rates is by creating and adding polls to your Facebook videos.
Polls can be used organically as well as in video ad campaigns that appear on Facebook’s mobile News Feed.
What’s a Facebook video poll?
Put simply, it’s a great way to source the opinions from others.
2 Reasons to include polls?
- It’s an easy way to stimulate video interaction and engagement
- Learn more about your video viewers 📥📥
In this video, Cat Howell shares her step by step method to creating and adding polls to Facebook videos.
Cat Howell is a renowned Facebook Marketing Expert who, since 2017, has driven $15 – $17M in revenue through her founded businesses, Eight Loop Social and Digital Distillery.
The 5 steps as seen in the video:
Upload a video to your Facebook page
In the ‘Edit Video’ pop-up that appears, click on the ‘Polls’ section on the right hand side.
Click ‘Create Poll’
Ask a question. Facebook suggests the following best practices:
- Make it debatable
- Keep polls short
- Make it fit the content flow
- Pose the question in a positive way
- Make polls meaningful
Select your preferred poll settings. Choose when, where and for how long the poll will appear.
You can also choose whether you’d like the poll results to appear immediately, scheduled or never.
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