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A study of over 1 billion Facebook posts showed posts shared from Instagram received more engagement than posts published on Facebook directly.

1. Identify the target audience: To start, the company should identify their target audience and the type of content they wish to repost. This could include influencers, celebrities, or businesses that use  Instagram regularly.

2. Analyze the data: Once the target audience is identified, the company should analyze the data to understand the type of content that resonates with the audience and drives  engagement. This could include analyzing the number of likes, comments, and shares on each post.

3. Develop a content strategy: The company should then develop a content strategy that will be used to repost content on  Facebook. This could include creating unique content that resonates with the audience, repurposing content from Instagram, or creating content that is more suitable for Facebook users.

4. Implement the strategy: Once the content strategy is developed, the company should then implement the strategy. This could include setting up a schedule for reposting, creating targeted ads, and engaging with the audience on Facebook.

5. Monitor and evaluate: Finally, the company should monitor and evaluate the results of their efforts. This could include tracking the engagement, reach, and conversions of their posts. This will help the company refine their strategy and ensure that they are getting the most out of their reposts.