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    Jessica Lawler

    When you mention not posting on insta and fb at the same time…can you do one morning and one night? Eg for a real estate page you need to post a new listing on a pretty specific day. But for a knowledge post you would suggest completely different pieces of info?

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      Penny

      It’s less about the timing and more about the content, you don’t want the same content on two platforms at the same time. In your situation I would use different photos and different captions and post the listing on each platform at least 2 hours apart if possible, preferrably more.

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    Parveen Kaur Thakur

    I always thought that it is easy to posts same posts on both IG and FB so that both audience get to see same things i am sharing on any of the platforms so they do not miss out anything if they are not on any one of the platforms. I guess i need to learn to divide my time and content to be seen on particular platforms keeping in mind that i do have different age group audience on both platforms IG & FB. So much more to learn. I guess i should disconnect the story and post connected to FB & IG and do it individually. it is going to be a little time consuming but I am sure will be worth the try as i never thought in this direction before. Thanks Penny.

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      Penny

      Easy yes, but boring for people who do follow both. You can use the same content for both (so no one misses out) but just post it 3 months apart (so the ones that ARE on both don’t get bored). If I follow a business on both and then they post the same content, I unfollow them on one of the platforms. Social media feeds are cluttered enough without someone wasting my time showing em the same thing again.

  3. Miki Sadakane

    What if the followers are different on Instagram and FB? Most of FB followers are my clients and people from local and most of Instagram followers are other nail techs and shops and friends from NZ and other countries. I never got booking inquiry from Instagram…so I think my audience from 2 platforms are totally different. Should I still not post the same thing on same time?

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      Penny

      Correct, if your audiences are different that’s even more reason to post differently, because they would be interested in different things

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