Double Your Photo Activity to Double Your Fan Engagement

Are you on Instagram? Do you post photos to your Facebook Page?

Recent studies have shown that Facebook posts with photos get 53% more likes than posts without imagery.

We’ve seen a bunch of musicians successfully use visuals to up the excitement level, turning fans into superfans. It also brings other fans into the mix, giving them a taste of what they could take part in next time.

After each Anberlin Meet & Greet with their fans, they posted a group photo from the Experience and tagged each person they were hanging out with. Amazing follow up and post-Experience activity to really solidify the relationship with your new superfan. Check out the nearly 1,000 likes!

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Easton Corbin posted a Facebook album of his kayak tour with 5 VIP fans in Chicago, making a lasting memento for fans, long after the Experience was over.

In case you aren’t convinced yet how photos benefit your fans’ experiences, here are three reasons you should incorporate more photos into your daily social activity and experience with fans:

1) Your fans will engage more with your content across the web.

2) It’s a chance for you to build a better relationship with fans and create more lasting memories.

3) If you’re tagging fans that were there with you at the Experience or at your show, it’s great content that they’ll share with their social networks.

Get started with your own custom Experiences today – just email us to access to the beta.

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