Mar 13, 2012

Get More Fans On Your Facebook Page

By Ronaldo Borigo

If you've come to the conclusion that just about everyone is on Facebook these days, you're not wrong. How can your business take advantage of that? It's easy - just create a fan page and get involved! Now that your business is on Facebook, let's take a look at some quick ways to get more fans.

One good way to raise the number of people who like your business is to start with your friends. Don't be shy: suggest your page to everyone! Don't forget to add a short note when you send the suggestion asking them to share with their friends. Word of mouth, even via the computer, is still a powerful marketing tool in the twenty-first century.

Another way to get more traffic on your page is to make sure that it's easy to find. The truth is that Facebook is an incredibly valuable resource for businesses today, and that many users will interact with a fan page in lieu of visiting a business website. Make sure that every page of your website has a way for users to easily access your fan page.

Here's an easy way to engage your existing fans and gain some new ones. Encourage people to take pictures of themselves at your business. After they upload the image, they tag your business and themselves. The photo will show up on your page and in their activity stream, meaning their friends will see your page and check it out.

Even if you're on a budget, running ads on Facebook is an excellent way to get more fans. It's great because you can set the amount you want to spend, whether it's a few dollars or hundreds. Keep the ads short and interesting, and don't be afraid of changing them regularly. It's also a good idea to add a hook, inviting people to like the ad if they agree with it. When they like the ad, they like your page, too.

If you have a web presence on other social media sites, you can also direct your fans there to your Facebook page. When you send messages out to users there, end your message with a link to your page. Do the same for emails, press releases, and any correspondence.

Finally, keep up with your fan page. If you update regularly, your fans will notice and interact with you. Communicate with them, and encourage them to talk to you. Do this, and you will be well on your way to creating a growing and thriving customer base.

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