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Power On Facebook Lives

FB live for home service businesses

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On average, Facebook Live videos generate

six times more interactions

than normal videos. They’re shown to more people than regular posts and tend to generate more comments. Overall, they’re a powerful way for home service businesses to interact with their customers.



We’ll show you how to go live and how to do a trial run. We’ll look at some do’s and don’ts to make your live video successful, and show you examples of what other pros are doing that’s working well.


One: The Mechanics




Let’s start with the mechanics. In the following video, we’ll walk you through how to go live from a Facebook page and how to practice beforehand with a trial run.


Two: Winning Strategies




Next we dive into the best winning strategies for home service businesses starting with what you should cover in your Facebook Live videos.




Ideas for Posts



  • How-to’s and other educational topics


  • Show off finished jobs


  • Spotlight a team member


  • Exciting company announcements


  • Highlight your community service projects


  • Go live with a partner business



Best Tips



In the following video, our Head of Online Community, Alexa Greenberg, digs into 13 tips for doing and promoting a successful Facebook Live video. 


Boosting Your Facebook Live Posts



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