The Truth About Getting Facebook Likes from 9 Facebook Power Users

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We’ve said before that being a social media power user isn’t all about having the most followers.

Yes, your tribe matters. But what matters more is that you’re able to use social media to achieve your goals.

We’ve got tips from big players here, and from some with just a handful of followers. But they’re all useful.

As always, let us know your favorite tip in the comments.

1. Hang Out With Your Competitors

It’s amazing how there are still so many large brands who for one reason or another are not actively engaging with their customers on their Facebook Page. This is a massive opportunity to get likes. If there are pages in your niche where people are asking questions and not getting answers from the brand, be the one who provides the answers. By helping them out you will drive people to your brand’s page and appear more interested in your customers than the other brand.

Original Article: Ten Real Ways to Get More Facebook Likes

Tip from Marcus Taylor of State of Digital (2,000 Facebook likes)

2. Do the Boring: Fill Out Your “About” Section

After you’ve created your Facebook Page, make sure the About section of your Page includes:

  • An overview of what your business has to offer
  • A link to your website
  • Any other information that will help prospects understand your business better.

All of this content will be indexed by search engines, helping you attract more Fans to your Page.

Original Article: 5 Little Ways to Get More Facebook Likes

Tip from: Shannon Johnson of Hubspot (650,000 Facebook likes)

3. Be Hilarious, Sad, Beautiful, Interesting (or Simply Awesome)

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Original article: How to get more likes on Facebook

Tip from: The Oatmeal (2.7 million Facebook likes).

4. You’re It! Tag Yourself

As long as you’re a fan of your own fan page, you can “@ tag” it on your own personal profile wall. From time to time, you can let your friends know about something happening on your fan page by writing a personal status update that includes tagging your fan page with an @ tag. Simply start typing the “@” symbol and the first few letters of your fan page name (this works whether you have your username registered or not), and it will appear from a drop-down menu to select. This then makes it a nice, subtle hyperlink that your friends can choose to click on.

Original Article: 21 Creative Ways To Increase Your Facebook Fanbase

Tip from: Mari Smith (135,000 Facebook likes)

5. Create Inspiring Content for a Win-Win

Create posts that inspire people to SHARE your content.

People love to share great content. And when your Fans’ 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!

Original article: Here’s a Quick Way to Get More Likes on Your Facebook Page

Tip from: Scott Ayres (32,500 Facebook followers)

6. Power Ahead with Facebook Ads

Facebook Ads are by far the easiest way to get more likes for your Facebook page. The difficult part is to effectively manage the Facebook Ads and make the most of a limited budget. Its really important to A/B test every single ad. You should closely monitor the following variables and make changes accordingly based on the ad performance:

a) Changing the target audience depending on the interests

b) Gender

c) State / Province – Geo targeting

d) Bidding for the price

Interestingly, I found that my Ads performed its best during early mornings and late nights!

Original Article: How I got 10,000 Likes for my Facebook Page in 4 weeks

Tip from: Nikhil Aitharaju, whose Garam Garam News Facebook page now has 20,000 likes.

7. Talk to Your Fans

On every social media site, engagement is the key to success and Facebook is no different.

In order to attract attention on your Facebook page, be engaging on your personal profile as well.

I always channel my new likes through the engagement I create on my personal profile.

Original Article: How to Get More Likes on Your Facebook Page

Tip from: Samuel Pustea on (29,000 Facebook likes)

8. Leave Tag Trails When You Comment on Other Pages

You can tag within a comment thread on another page to draw attention from a new audience. You can do this if you’re commenting as your page or profile. It will be visible on your profile (if you’re commenting as you), your page (if you’re commenting as your page), and whichever page or profile you post your comment. Plus, those who have also made comments in the thread will receive a notification by email. That’s potentially loads of new eyeballs!

Original Article: Get More Facebook Likes with Tagging

Tip from: Alicia Cowan (2,000 Facebook likes)

9. Get the Design Fairy to Wave Her Magic Wand

There’s nothing worse than a Page that has no Timeline cover photo or has one that’s poorly designed. If I came to your Page right now and spent five seconds on it, would I instantly know what your business is about? That’s the goal of your Timeline cover photo – it’s an introduction, a handshake. Make it count.

Original Article: How to Attract More Facebook Fans (Without Wasting Your Time!)

Tip from: Amy Porterfield (96,000 Facebook likes)

Lori R Taylor is the founder and executive editor of Social Caffeine. In 2009 she started her own direct response focused social media agency, REV Media Marketing LLC, coining the phrase given by her young son, “You bring the rain, we’ll make it pour.” Follow Lori on Twitter.

David is our acting editor. He’s British, but we don’t hold that against him.

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