Marketing on Facebook is the newest way to get the word out about your product, build a brand and take your online exposure to the next level. Many large and small businesses have their own page, and once you have one you are faced with encouraging people to join. Your promotional skills will be tested in your efforts to persuade folks to just “like” your page. We understand how hard it can be to get Likes to your page, and we will show you some methods you can start using right away.
If you’re running a blog or a content site targeted towards your niche, you have the opportunity to boost your Facebook Page Likes by publishing epic content that people like and share. Before you get too far along, make sure your site/blog has the appropriate like icons/links to facilitate liking. Be sure to inform your readers and visitors that you have a Facebook page, and do not be shy about telling them to go check it out. Make people happy with the info you supply, ask them if they need anything, and keep the conversation going. A landing page designed solely for Facebook can feature the ‘reveal tab’ which is something reserved only for your fans. The fact is you need to find a way to compel FB users to Like your page. Just give people something truly worthy, and you can stand to get a ton of Likes. Avoid use run of the mill content such as common PLR that some of them may have already seen. It does not matter what the format is, and it could even be something like a cool app.
People are affected by things like pictures, so your profile pic needs to be a good one. It would be a shame to turn people off just because of your photo, so just do not let it happen. Be sure to avoid using smaller pictures for your profile. As of now the maximum size for a profile picture happens to be 200 X 600 Pixels – use all the space.
Also, there are a lot more ideas for Facebook Page Likes, and you just need to do a little research. So go ahead and take your Facebook Page to the next level!
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