In the first quarter of 2018, Facebook reported 2.19 billion users. For reference, that means that almost 1/3 of the world’s population is one this immensely popular social networking site!
If you’re one of those billions of people who spend hours scrolling through their Facebook feed in search of the best new content, you’ll find that eventually, you’ll find yourself in a bit of a rut. It can be tough to find new content after a while.
But the great thing about Facebook is that there are tons of great Facebook pages waiting to be discovered. Here are 10 of the best Facebook pages to follow, whether you’re looking for fun, food, or even marketing tips.
1. Delish :
If you’re like us, you probably find yourself watching Food Network a lot, even if you have no interest in cooking half of the things your favorite Iron Chef makes.
But if you’re feeling adventurous, head on over to Delish, one of Facebook’s best cooking pages.
Not only will you get tons of great recipes to help you cook for one or 100, but most recipes come in the form of helpful videos, so you can watch the entire process from beginning to end.
Personally, we recommend checking out their spiked lemonade and boozy pudding shot recipes if you’re of age.
2. HonorSociety.org :
As you may have surmised, HonorSociety.org is the official Facebook page for the National Honor Society. The page is a fantastic resource for students of all ages, from middle school to grad school.
Why check the page out? In addition to great tips on how to maximize your academic potential, you’ll have the ability to chat with other society members. This networking can be quite helpful when it comes time to find a job.
If HonorSociety.org sounds like your cup of tea, be sure to click the link for more info.
3. We Rate Dogs :
Alright, we have a confession to make. Some of us have social media pages solely to look at photos of adorable images. In fact, we once wrote an entire post about the famous pets of Instagram!
We Rate Dogs is a perfect example of why social media and animals go hand in hand.
The premise of the page is exactly what it sounds like. People submit photos of their dogs in adorable or silly circumstances (often in costume) and the page admins post and rate the dog accordingly.
And for those worried that not all dogs receive a high rating, most receive the coveted 11/10 or 13/10 rating, proving once and for all that they’re all the best dogs.
4. Animals In Predicaments :
If rating dogs aren’t quite your thing, how about checking out some animals in the most peculiar predicaments?
Of everything you’ll read about today, Animals in Predicaments is perhaps the most bizarre pages to follow on Facebook. It’s one part meta-humor and one part adorable animal photo.
When combined, the result is both odd and hilarious.
Ever wanted to see a cat crash a nativity scene? This Facebook page has you covered. Want to watch a deer run and slide through a hospital? Yup, it’s on here.
Unfortunately, the page was last updated last December. However, newcomers still have plenty of great content to browse through.
5. NPR :
As great as ridiculous animals can be, sometimes you need to stay informed about the current events of the world. For newshounds, NPR’s Facebook page is a fantastic resource.
They cross-post most content from their website, and they have an increasingly large library of video content to choose from so you can consume news any way you want.
And the breadth of content is about as deep as you’d expect from an NPR page. They post tons of great info on world news, local matters, and music and entertainment.
6. Nerdist :
Nerdist is kind of like the NPR for all things pop culture. They do a great job of aggregating content from around the web, so if you have a passing interest in anything remotely geeky, you’ve found your home.
7. Intrepid Travel
Most of us have extravagant dreams of traveling the world yet lack the funds to do so. If this sounds familiar, you’ll want to be sure to check out Intrepid Travel.
Based in Melbourne, Australia, Intrepid Travel is a travel company that’s less interested in selling you something and more interested in providing you with unique experiences around the globe, be it from first-hand travel or their own travel blogs.
If you’re planning on traveling anytime soon, they also have plenty of great tips to help you make the most of your travel experience.
8. UnMarketing :
For entrepreneurs and business owners, marketing on Facebook is an absolute must. Facebook — and social media in general — offer a fantastic way to get in touch with your audience in a unique and conversational manner.
However, learning how to market your business isn’t always so easy. UnMarketing aims to help you perfect the art of brand management without coming across as too cold or corporate.
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If you want a prime example of UnMarketing’s principles in practice, you’ll want to check out Wendy’s social media accounts.
They have a habit of getting quite sassy, particularly when interacting with their competitors. In fact, Wendy’s even dropped a mixtape entitled, We Beefin? earlier this year, which took direct aim at McDonald’s and their seemingly always broken ice cream machines.
It’s about time someone stood up for those of us who just want a McFlurry.
10. Your City’s Facebook Page :
Last but not least, you’ll want to be sure to follow your city’s Facebook page. It can be super helpful to learn more about what’s going on in your town, and they often post great information about upcoming events.
These Are The Best Facebook Pages To Follow :
We hope that our list of the best Facebook pages to follow provided you with something new and interesting. These pages should have a little something for everyone, so be sure to check them out.
Be sure to check our social media section for more great marketing tips and fun pages to follow!
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