1. Buy Facebook Likes
Shameless plug for uSocial? Yes. But the simple fact is that while we at uSocial still call them fans as if we were some kind of social-media relic hanging on to better days gone past, you can still buy â€˜likesâ€™ from us in packages starting from 1000 and soon to go up to one million and beyond.
2. Join Relevant Groups
By searching for groups with interests which are similar to that of the page you want more likes for, and then subsequently promoting the page to the group, youâ€™ll likely get a load of new people liking your community page in no time at all. But whatever you do, donâ€™t make the mistake of joining groups which have absolutely no similarities in interest to yours, as you wonâ€™t get many sign-ups (if any) and people may report you for spamming Facebookâ€™s system. That, and youâ€™ll look like a right wanker.
3. Buy Facebook Advertising
Like point #1 this will cost you money, however itâ€™s a tried-and-tested way of increasing the numbers on your community page. The main benefits for those of you who know nothing of the fantastic world that is Facebook advertising is that your ads can be targeted to the audiences youâ€™re looking for within the site itself, as well as the fact that your ads will begin showing basically immediately, pending approval. To check out FBâ€™s own in-house advertising.
4. Promote to Your Friends
One powerful resource which almost all Facebook users have access to, though most seldom use, is their own base of friends related to their personal account. If youâ€™re looking to promote any kind of community page and get â€˜likesâ€™ fast, simply click the â€˜Suggest to Friendsâ€™ button on the page itself (itâ€™s underneath the profile image, if you havenâ€™t found it already) and it will then be magically suggested to all your friends. While all of them may not like the page and become a fan, you can always threaten that youâ€™ll self-harm if they donâ€™t.
5. Be Powerful
If you want your community page to stand out, you need to get noticed and have a powerful message. The best way by far of doing this that Iâ€™ve found is by being controversial, or by making your community page interesting. For example, if you have a page which is relating to the welfare of stray dogs, donâ€™t call your page something like â€˜Help Stray Dogsâ€™ â€” while this does communicate the message of the page, itâ€™s quite boring, no? Instead, call the page something along the lines of â€˜Stop 1000â€™s of Strays Being Brutally Slaughteredâ€™, or anything like that. The title has a powerful and moving message which will
6. Grow A Brain
I honestly cannot count the number of groups and community pages these days that have titles which appear as though a retarded horse bashed on a keyboard with itâ€™s lame hoof to spell it out. For the sake of the newborn infant Zombie-Jesus, donâ€™t even think about launching a page if you canâ€™t spend a meager amount of time with a dictionary making sure each word in the title is spelled correctly. You will look like an absolute sea-sponge if youâ€™re recommending a page to your friends called â€˜Lern How 2 Make Munny On Fcaeboook!â€™ â€” not only that, but I will find a way to slap you in the face via email if you do.
7. Harness The Power Of Viral Marketing
If you really want your new community page to spread like Swine-Flu in a nursing home, you must do something to attract the attention of the masses. And above all, you want people to naturally recommend the page to their own friends, which is how the whole viral marketing game works. By implementing point #5, promoting your page to everyone you know on a regular basis, as well as adding a section on the community page itself telling everyone who becomes a member to recommend it to their own friends, your page will grow exponentially without you having to do a further thing. So now that you know how to get more Facebook likes, just sit back, pick your nose a little and watch your page grow!
via 7 Ways To Get More Facebook â€˜Likesâ€™ Â« uSocial.net Blog.