Facebook Watch is the place where community, conversation and content come together. The women of Red Table Talk — Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow, and mother Adrienne — have done that through their candid conversations about things like addiction, loss, domestic violence, race relations and more, sharing their truths and involving their audience along the way. This culminated with the recent episode featuring Jordyn Woods, which broke records as the most-viewed Facebook Original episode in the first 24 hours — 7.
If you've decided to start promoting your music on Facebook , you are joining thousands of other artists. To stand out, you need to strike the right balance of engaging with your fans and saving time to actually make music. The more people who like your Facebook page, the more people you reach with every post. However, your most successful Facebook "like" recruit actually happens away from the website—and away from the computer. You're going to convince people to like your page by playing a great show and garnering positive word of mouth.
Fans can also expect the premiere of the official music video for a new track from Lele Pons on Facebook first, who will be going live in advance to connect with fans and build excitement. Like any video on Facebook, you can react to, comment on and share music videos that are important to you or reflect your current mood across News Feed, Groups and Messenger. You can also discover new artists from music videos shared by friends in News Feed, connect with fans who share your passion in a Facebook Group dedicated to your favorite artist, and react to a video in real time as it premieres. Over time, the experience will become more personalized to your tastes based on artists you follow and videos you engage with.
Facebook, never one to balk at taking inspiration from a competitor, may be reaching pretty far back in its history with its latest update. The social network is working on a new feature that will let you add songs to your Facebook profile, which will inevitably spark comparisons to the original Facebook rival: Myspace. The feature, which Facebook plans to start testing "soon," will let users add songs to their profiles. These songs will either appear in a new, dedicated "music" section, or at the very top of your profile if you opt to "pin" a song. People who visit your profile will then be able to listen to part of a song and view photos of the artist.