Know your data best times to post on your Facebook Page Sheila and Leslie from Tourism Currents in OKC for Oklahoma Tourism Conference 2019

Sheila and Leslie explore Wheeler Park in Oklahoma City before speaking at the OTIA (Oklahoma Travel Industry Association) annual conference. Of COURSE the “wind came sweeping down the plain.” 😃

You know all that advice about the best times to post on Facebook?

The truth is that it depends on when YOUR Page followers are most active on Facebook, and therefore more likely to see your posts.

That data changes every day. The most active times on Tuesday may be different than the most active times on Saturday.

How can you find this information?

Sheila has been meaning to learn how to do a screencast video using Camtasia software, and she finally did it (both of us are always learning; you can’t survive if you don’t.)

Here are two ways to figure out the best times to post on Facebook….

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Web graphic for NSBF webinar Flyway Byways Sept 2019

 

Thursday, September 19, at 3 p.m. Eastern, is the next webinar for our clients at the NSBF (National Scenic Byway Foundation)

If you are located on or near a designated U.S. scenic byway or heritage highway, this webinar is about helping you attract birders and nature tourism enthusiasts.

If you are an NSBF member, login to the NSBF website and register for free on the “Upcoming Webinars” tab.

If you are not an NSBF member yet, go here to learn more and register for the webinar.

Yes, there will be a recording if you can’t make the live event, plus we’ll send registrants the handouts/slides.

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