There are too many pages online suggesting many different ways to get more Likes and Fans — with many of these suggestions not legitimate.
Let’s look at the right way to do this!
There are some legitimate ways to get more Likes on Facebook — and it’s easier than you think.
Ready to conquer Facebook Marketing to promote your new book?
So what should you do to get more Fans?
Should you buy Likes from sites offering to sell likes? No way!
Buying Likes will get you nowhere and ruin your Facebook Page because they are not engaged Fans — all of the Likes will come from FAKE Facebook accounts. Yes, Fake Facebook accounts.
Should you run advertisements to get more Likes and Fans?
Yes! It’s the best way to get targeted Fans, but you’ll need an advertising budget. If you can’t commit the money to Facebook advertising and run your boosted posts consistently, you won’t see results. Create an eye-catching post. It could include a discount on the sale price, some photos of your book launch, a celebration lunch — a testimonial or review.
So what else do we recommend to get more Likes along with more Fans on your Facebook Business Page?
Create Posts That Inspire People to SHARE Your Content
People love to share great content. When your Fans and friends see that great content, they too may share it — or even better, they may “Like” your page. It’s a win-win situation. Your current Fans share your content — and new Fans Like your page because of it!
So how do you create content that excites people enough to share it?
You can try Post Planner’s Find Section to find and share content already proven to be shareable. https://love.postplanner.com/ – They advertise that you can use the FREE APP for life. They have paid plans starting at only 3 dollars a month — not much money to spend. A big plus here is saving money on other advertising ventures.
When creating your posts:
- Create Posts That Inspire People to SHARE Your Content. People love to share great content.
- Be Consistent. Post at least three times a week so that your fans remember you.
- The time is right.
- Use eye-catching images.
- Keep it short. Shorter messages tend to perform better. Use no more than 100 characters.
- Keep it all relevant to your book genre.
- Use your authentic voice. Happy Promoting,