Using Caribou Facebook To Build A Network Of Fans
Caribou Facebook has exploded onto the scene as one of the top ways to interact with your favourite furry friends. More people are joining and are creating a lot of content. As you might have guessed, this is a good thing. If you have not yet joined, I encourage you to go and do that now.
The first thing that you will notice when interacting with your caribou friends on Facebook is that there are many things that they want to tell you. These include updates on habitat, upcoming events, research, and lots more. As a result, your job will be to constantly be up to date with this information. This will ensure that you will not miss out on any new information that your followers want to know about.
The next thing that you will want to make sure that you do is keep your status updates consistent. If you update your caribou’s information once a week, you will get similar responses time again. If you don’t like this idea, try to post your information a little more often. This way you will get a different response each time.
In addition to posting information that you think your fans would like to know, try to make yourself useful by replying to their questions or posts that they make. For instance, if someone posts a question about their caribou herd, you may want to reply with information on breeding. You could also post something humorous regarding caribou rearing. You never know what type of reaction you can get when you use humour in your replies. Caribou fans love it when they can do some work for a change.
Try to be as sociable as possible within the caribou group. It is not necessarily for the sake of meeting new people but it is also a way of building rapport so that your comments can be taken seriously. Ask questions in a serious, respectful manner. Keep your comments about other members’ caribou as professional and informative as possible. Try to avoid posting critical information about other members because you don’t want to upset or scare them.
Make sure that your caribou status updates are consistent and related to your posts. If you have a particular event planned, wait until then to place it on your page. If you are in charge of inviting new members to your group, encourage friends who have caribou friends to invite them to the caribou group as well.