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You can use the Bump tool to initiate an interaction on your posts published on Facebook groups. This will allow your post to get more exposure as well as engagement.
What it does is adds a comment (then delete the comment) on your post which will cause your post to move on the top spot of the group’s feed making it visible again to group members in the hopes that they will engage with it.
Using the Bump tool is a great way to increase the reach of your posts or links without having to share or post them again.
To add posts to the Bump tool, go to the History tab of your Campaign that you used for publishing on your groups
1. You can either click on BUMP next to your posts
2. Or you can send posts to Bump tool automatically whenever they are published by checking the “Automatically send new history posts to Bump” option.
Another way to add posts is by manually adding the post’s permalink.
- Go to Add Manual Bumps tab in the Bump tool.
- Simply copy the post’s permalink, paste it into the designated box
- Then click on ADD BUMPS button
After you have added the posts, you can go to the Settings tab to configure how the Bump tool is going to execute its actions.
1. You can choose to execute bumps randomly or on fixed hours.
✅ If “fixed hour is selected”, options 2-5 on the image above will not be visible since they will not be applicable in said case.
2. The number of minutes the tool will wait before the tool will consider bumping the post
3. Specify the number of seconds that the bump tool will wait before it executes a new bump
4. You can set the number of posts that will be bumped per operation. The number is randomly chosen between X-Y.
5. Pick the in-between time when the tool will execute the bump action.
6. Select the days when you want to bump your posts. You can opt to rotate the days.
💡 On rotating days, JARVEE would pick the equivalent number of days you have initially selected; the selection is random and you have the option to exclude weekends in the variation in case you don’t want to bump your posts on Saturdays and Sundays.
7. Set the number of times you want to bump the same post.
8. Decide on what percentage of received posts will be bumped.
9. Whenever a post is bumped, a random comment is made on the post. You have the option to indicate the comment it will use. In addition, you can select not to delete the first comment.
10. You can opt to limit the bump action to group posts.
11. Specify the groups where you want your posts to be bumped or you can opt to bump on all groups.
Lastly, all resulting bumps are recorded and can be viewed through the Results tab.