Facebook. But, do Reels work for Facebook pages too? And how do you make a reel? I'll show you step by step. Facebook Reels for Business The vast majority of these short social Mobile Phone Number videos (on YouTube, Instagram, and also on Facebook) fall within entertainment – short videos that grab your attention. Reels can therefore be very good at attracting new viewers in particular: people who do not yet know your company page. I also experienced this myself, one of my Instagram Reels recently had more than 100,000
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