2 Simple Facebook Page Marketing Hacks & 1 Hack To Avoid


We all know that Facebook is the standard for most companies when it comes to social media marketing. While mastering Instagram and Snapchat are important for reaching the youngest demographics, Facebook page marketing is still a top priority for all businesses. Below I'll be discussing 2 Facebook page marketing hacks that are very simple but critical, especially in the early stages of building a Facebook following. Then I'll go into the 1 "hack" to avoid at all costs! I'll start with the more obvious tip. 

Do This:

Use your personal Facebook profile to invite hundreds (or hopefully thousands) of your friends to like your page. This will give you a strong base of users and referrals. And although it sounds stupid, other people are probably more likely to Like your page in the future if you have hundreds or thousands of followers as opposed to dozens. People will also notice that their friends like your page and might think you are worth checking out. Overall you'll be taken more seriously by prospects and other businesses and set the stage for future success.  

Do This:

The second tip is very underutilized but it can make all the difference, especially when you boost your posts to people that don't already like your page. Go through everyone that "likes" any of your Facebook page posts, pictures, videos, or links and you are able to click Invite to each person that hasn't already been invited or doesn't already like your page. I've been able to add tens of thousands of page likes over the years in this way between several businesses and they are high quality followers because they've already seen and liked your posts. 

Don't Do This:

The hack that doesn't work, although many people continue to try, is to "Buy" your followers / page likes from a sketchy click farm or bot service. Sure it might make your numbers look good temporarily or to a casual viewer, but it will sabotage your page in many ways. First off, buying page likes in this manner is a direct violation of Facebook's terms and conditions and could potentially get your page or account suspended or removed. I'd say the chances of this are very small, but it's still a possibility and Facebook could change their position on this at any time with or without warning. Secondly, these liking and following accounts can be deleted at any time by Facebook or the people / person that created them in the first place. It's very common for Facebook to remove these fake accounts over time because they all have similar characteristics and user patterns. 

And finally, because of Facebook's algorithm that only shows your posts to a small percentage of page followers organically, you'll be effectively cutting your actual audience of real people in half. The posts to your page will go to the news feeds of some of those fake purchased followers and obviously none of them will actually see or engage with them. Your engagement rate will be nonexistent which in turn will make your posts be seen to even less people in the long run. Also, anyone with Facebook marketing experience will realize that you probably purchased fake likes or follows if you have tens of thousands of page likes and only a few actual engagements. These implications also ring true at least to some extent when it comes to fake Instagram followers and Twitter followers.

There are countless other Facebook page marketing hacks but keep the first two in mind and avoid the last one like the plague! Best of luck fellow Facebookers!




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