A Facebook page is a fast yet effective way to reach global audiences quickly. That is why brands, products, businesses and services have their own Facebook pages set up, usually in their native language or the lingua franca of the region they are in. However, to be able to publish in multiple languages widens the demographics of audiences that can be reached.
With that thought in mind, if you have always wanted to post in multiple languages on your Facebook page, you can because it’s a feature that is available to admins of Facebook Pages, if you know how to turn it on.
Just follow these steps to start publishing content in more languages than one.
If you own a Facebook page and a large portions of your readers read both English and another major or popular language then this is a way for you to communicate with the specific niches of your fans or followers. It’s also a better alternative than what Facebook’s in-house translation tool is providing.
Note: For this demo, we have used Google Translate for the non-English statuses, so the translations might not mean exactly the same as what the English counterpart is trying to deliver. Don’t look at us, translation isn’t an exact science yet or a feature you can fully automate yet.
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