How can I get likes on Facebook
How Can I Get Likes On Facebook
1. The Easiest Way:
A lot of people don’t know this, but you can actually buy targeted fans and likes. This is by far the easiest and most effective way of increasing likes or fans very quickly. There are lots of providers out there that can do this for you at an affordable price, let me Google it for you here. If you’re on a tight budget, you can usually get a good price over at Freelancer, just be sure to choose a freelancer who has good feedback.
Again, this is by far the easiest way of getting likes on Facebook. However, it’s not for everyone so don’t worry about it if you don’t have the money to spend right now, there are lots of other good methods below..
2. Join Related Groups
Look for similar groups to that of the page you’re wanting more likes for, then promote your page on there, you are likely to get lots of new peeps liking your page in no time. I’ve done this myself with very good results. Whatever you do though, do not join groups that have no similarities to yours, because you will hardly get any sign-ups at all (if any) and you could be reported to Facebook for spamming.
3. Facebook Advertising
Just like the first method, this’ll cost you some money (unless you Google free FB credits). However it is a tried and tested method of bumping up the numbers on your page. For those of you out there that don’t know much about advertising on Facebook, the main gain is that your adverts will be specifically targeted to the exact types of people you are looking for, and the ads will be displayed almost immediately, once they’ve been approved. If you’re interested, you can check it out here.
4. Promote It To Your Friends And Family
One of the most powerful methods that most people hardly use is their own friends list on their personal account. If you wanna get some likes fast, just click the Suggest to Friends button the page you’re trying to promote (bellow the profile image), it will then suggest it to all your friends. Sure all of them may not Like the page or become a fan, but you’ll find that you get a lot more interest than normal because it’s been recommended by someone they know!
5. Start Being Powerful
If you wanna have your page stand out and get more likes on Facebook, you’ll have to get noticed and have a hard-hitting message. One of the best ways of doing this in my opinion is being controversial, or making your FB page interesting. i.e, if you’ve got a page that relates to the welfare of stray dogs for example, do not name your page something like Help Stray Dogs. It does convey the message of the page but it’s pretty boring. Instead, name the page something like Stop Thousands of Strays Being Brutally Slaughtered, or something along those lines, you get the drift. Most people overlook it, but the title can be a very powerful tool.
6. Use Your Brain
I’ve honestly lost count of the number of pages these days that have a crap title. If you’re serious about getting more likes on Facebook, you really need to start going about it the right way. Don’t even think about starting a page if you can’t even spend the time to make sure each word is spelt correctly, especially the title. You’ll just look like a complete moron if you recommend your page to your buddies called How To Make Munny On Da Net. Take the time to make sure everything is spot-on.
7. Viral Marketing, The Power Of.
If you’re wanting your FB page spread like wild-fire, you’ve gotta do something to attract everyone’s attention. Above all, you’re wanting FB users to naturally recommend the page to the people on their own friends list, which is pretty much how viral marketing works. Like I mentioned in tip No. 5, promoting your page to people on your friends list regularly, and adding a section on the page itself saying to all who becomes a member to recommend other people, the page’ll start to grow increasingly without having to do anything at all.
So that’s it, hopefully that’s answered the question How can I get likes on Facebook. If you found it useful, please click the Like or Tweet button.
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