Are you ready for some amazing Facebook Party games?
Do you want all the sales and engagement in your party?
Of course, you do! If you are trying to sell things on Facebook you may be doing a party of some sort. There are many methods for creating a good party but the most important element is getting good engagement. One of the ways you can do encourage engagement is with Facebook Party Games.
Facebook Party Games Prep
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Duck Duck Goose
Duck, Duck, Goose is a childhood favorite game for many. So it instantly brings back memories. Post an image asking party goers to comment the word duck until you post the word goose. The person who posted duck either directly before or directly after (Decide that ahead of time) will win a prize.
This game doesn’t take a lot of thinking power, increases engagement and is fun. You can let guests post over and over again – I usually tell them they can post as much as they want but have to have at least one person between each of their posts.
Battle squares reminds me of battle ship and is a favorite of these Facebook Party Games. Prior to the party you determine which squares will have prizes attached to them. Party attendees call out squares on a board to see if they get a hit or a miss. If they get a hit then they win the corresponding prize.
These types of games are good for little throw in gifts if they place an order, or free shipping or something like that.
Pick a Number
Much like Battle Squares this is another one of my Favorite Facebook party games because it doesn’t require much effort on the part of the party planner. Guests pick a number and after a predetermined time they get whatever corresponds with the number they have chosen.
Post a funny picture related to your products and ask for captions. Hostess favorite wins a prize, or your favorite wins a prize. Or maybe it’s just asking for captions with no prizes associated with it.
Depending on the craziness of the picture, I’ve seen quite good engagement on this type of party game. If the photo is a regular everyday photo you likely won’t get as many choices.
Never Have I Ever
Ask party attendees to post something they have never done. Then ask them to watch the post and if someone posts something they have done, to like the comment. This is an especially fun game if the attendees know each other.
Facebook Party Games Wrap Up
I hope you have enjoyed these 5 ideas for your next Facebook Party games. Another tip I have is to use something that allows you to schedule out your posts during the party. This automation allows you to drive interaction and conversations with those attending.
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