Use Discovery Listener to Reach Facebook Targets

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Take advantage of Discovery no matter how you schedule to social

Using proprietary technology, RebelMouse Discovery is designed to help you figure out the social ecosystem that's already having conversations related to your content. Through various levels of outreach, content creators can use Discovery to reach out to target audiences through email and social channels. Click here for an overview of how Discovery works.

Within Discovery, you can use keywords to find Facebook Pages and reach out to them in a few ways. One of these methods is to "like" a recent post from a target Page, or what we call "pinging."

The checkmark next to target Facebook Pages means you have "pinged" one of their recent posts.

You can also use the Promote in Comments feature to comment on your own Facebook post while tagging a desired Facebook Page.

By default, you need to schedule your Facebook posts through RebelMouse's social scheduling tool for these Discovery functions to work. However, you can turn on the Discovery Listener function on your site to take advantage of Discovery's Facebook pings and comments without scheduling the post directly from RebelMouse.

First, you need to set up your Facebook pings and comments within RebelMouse as usual. Then, with Discovery Listener, our platform will "listen" to your Facebook wall every 60 seconds to monitor for new posts. If a new post with a link to your RebelMouse site appears, Discovery Listener will match the post URL to the RebelMouse article and deploy your Discovery actions.

This is a feature that must be turned on via one of our developers, so if you would like to turn on Discovery Listener, email or talk to your account manager today.

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