Facebook is a powerful tool for political campaigns. It can be used to reach many people quickly and effectively. However, a few common mistakes that political campaigns make on Facebook can hurt their chances of winning. We will define some of the most common mistakes and avoid them.

Facebook is a powerful tool for political campaigns. It can connect with voters, raise money, and organize volunteers. However, many campaigns make common mistakes that can hurt their chances of winning. In this blog post, we will discuss the most common mistakes political campaigns make on Facebook and how to avoid them.

Common Mistakes Political Campaigns Make on Facebook

  • Creating too many posts that are all about politics
  • Posting too frequently on Facebook
  • Not posting enough content to engage followers with the campaign’s message
  • Sharing irrelevant or uninteresting content on Facebook
  • Not using pictures in posts, especially of people that represent the campaign’s values and beliefs
  • Not using images on their posts
  • Posting too much about the candidate and not enough about issues
  • Using Facebook ads to promote posts instead of organic content
  • Posting too many links to other sites, like YouTube or Twitter
  • Not understanding the difference between a personal and business account
  • Posting too much content on their page, which can be seen as spamming by Facebook’s algorithm
  • Posting too many links to articles that may not be relevant to their audience
  • Posting political opinions instead of focusing on more positive things such as accomplishments or new initiatives
  • Using Facebook to promote a candidate’s campaign events
  • Posting too many posts at one time
  • Not having an interactive element on the page (e.g., polls, quizzes)
  • Not posting content that is relevant to their target audience
  • Forgetting to post more than just links and photos
  • Not using Facebook ads to target voters
  • Using too many videos and not enough text posts
  • Focusing on the wrong demographics, such as Millennials or rural areas instead of suburban women in swing states
  • Being inconsistent with their content strategy- some days they post a video, other days it’s a text post.
  • Not using Facebook as a campaign platform
  • Posting too much and not engaging with followers
  • Trying to sell their candidate instead of focusing on political issues
  • Using the wrong kind of tone in posts can come across as unprofessional or condescending
  • Not posting often enough
  • Posting too much or not being selective about what to post
  • Focusing on the wrong metrics
  • Spending too much time worrying about engagement and not enough time building a following
  • Not having a clear call to action.
  • Posting too many graphics or videos that are not related to the campaign’s message
  • Not engaging with other Facebook users who have posted on your page
  • Ignoring negative comments and reviews, which gives an impression of arrogance
  • Posting too many posts with political content
  • Not posting enough photos or videos
  • Using the wrong Facebook settings for your page
  • Not using targeted ads to reach specific audiences on Facebook
  • Posting too much about other platforms, like Twitter and Instagram
  • Not posting content that is relevant to their audience
  • Posting too much or too little content
  • Focusing on the number of followers rather than the quality of engagement
  • Creating generic posts that don’t grab the reader’s attention
  • Posting too much content
  • Not posting enough content
  • Using the wrong type of content for your audience/target market
  • Not using a call-to-action to get people to take a specific action on your post or page
  • Not using the right language on Facebook
  • Posting too frequently
  • Posting too little content: not enough posts, pictures, videos, etc.
  • Over-promoting other platforms and neglecting Facebook
  • Posting too many posts in a short period
  • Posting about things that have nothing to do with the campaign, such as personal photos or videos
  • Not posting anything for weeks at a time.
  • Posting irrelevant content to their pages, such as memes and jokes
  • Not using Facebook ads to target specific audiences
  • Ignoring the importance of video content on Facebook
  • Posting too many links to your website or blog posts
  • Posting with a negative tone, even if it’s just in response to someone else’s post
  • Not responding to all comments and messages
  • Posting too often or not enough
  • Using too many hashtags and emojis
  • Posting about topics that don’t relate to the campaign’s message
  • Posting too much, flooding your followers with posts
  • Being vague about what you stand for
  • Using Facebook to promote other campaigns or issues that are not relevant to the campaign being run
  • Ignoring comments from followers and not addressing complaints promptly
  • Not posting on a regular schedule
  • Posting too much or not enough content
  • Using the wrong type of post for what they want to accomplish
  • Promoting their opponents instead of themselves
  • Not posting enough on weekdays
  • Not sharing content that is relevant to your audience
  • Using the identical posts on every page of your campaign’s Facebook account, instead of tailoring them for each page
  • Ignoring polls and feedback from supporters
  • Not posting enough ads
  • Using the same template for all posts
  • Trying to sell something on Facebook that you’re not selling anywhere else
  • Focusing on likes rather than shares or comments1. Not engaging with your audience
  • Focusing on the wrong demographics
  • Posting too much content that is not relevant to your campaign
  • Not posting enough content or posts that are repetitive and boring
  • Being unclear about what you stand for as a candidate.


If you are a political campaign manager or consultant, the tips listed in this blog post may be helpful to you. We have found that many campaigns make common mistakes when using Facebook for marketing purposes.

For example, one of our clients is running an election campaign and making posts without captions! This means people can’t see what their message is about unless they click on it.

You might not know if your favorite candidate’s page follows these best practices either.

Let us help them out with some consulting services, so they don’t miss out on valuable social media opportunities during their run for office!

Contact us now to find out more information or request a consultation today!

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Published On: February 16th, 2022 / Categories: Political Marketing /

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