Do you Want to Increase The Likes’ on your Facebook Page?

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Have you been stressing over your Facebook business page?

When you visit a Facebook page and it only has 10, 20 or 30 likes  does it encourage you to work with them.  No it doesn’t! The like button acts as a credibility button to visitors, all though anyone that’s been on the other side as a page creator knows that even if you have a loyal following it doesn’t mean they’re going to press the Like button.

It’s time to be proactive and resolve your Facebook issues, give yourself the credibility you deserve .  It’s not just the credibility aspect either, there is also the issue of EdgeRank algorithm to take into consideration.

– Affinity + edge weight + age = effectiveness on Facebook
– Clever use of how active conversations are (rather than static likes)
– affinity
– Popularity of your content that is clicked on (video, photos, links) –
edge weight
– When your Facebook connections are on/active (time wise) and
post fresh content then – time decay.

Easier said then done I know! You can’t pester your clients or your friends.  So lets form a network of proactive businesses supporting each other, giving each other a kick-start.

If you want to be involved you can either click the Like button on my WordPress page and leave your Facebook link in the comments section for me to like back and when anyone else visits if you like all the pages listed in the comments section too. When visiting their page paste: I found you from Startersphere’s blog. Great page! http://www.facebook.com/…….. (add your facebook page link). You have to like business pages  with your personal Facebook account or it doesn’t register. If you see the above message on your page you must reciprocate the like.

Remember these are just static likes all though important, alone it’s not enough.  So lets start engaging with each other via our Facebook business pages liking each others comments, status photo’s etc this will all aid our shared goal. It does encourage other people to like your comments too.

My Facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/startersphere if you want to leave your link first and reciprocate after I’ve liked yours that’s fine. Think of the benefit of your Facebook page link being on numerous other business pages heightening the odds of page engagement and possible business.

Come on get involved or if you have any questions or worries talk to me. Or email me your links startersphere@gmail.com

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25 Responses to Do you Want to Increase The Likes’ on your Facebook Page?

  1. racheldaytona says:

    Reblogged this on Rachel's Empower Network.

  2. Michele Free says:

    Smart article. Nice page! Well done. I LIKEd you!

  3. Exabyzness says:

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/ExaByzness/203791343016227?ref=tn_tnmn

    Great article! It really is a challenge to get *likes* on Facebook, especially if you’re using FB to grow your company, and you don’t have an established company that a lot of people know about already. We’re definitely liking your page! Check out our site http://www.exabyzness.com too!

    Thanks,

    Exabyzness

  4. imageupload says:

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this post
    plus the rest of the site is really good.

  5. eof737 says:

    Thoughtful post! I’ll like your FB page. Mine is on my blog. TY! :-)

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  7. Do you Want to Increase The Likes’ on your Facebook Page? Startersphere Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wished to say that I have really enjoyed browsing your blog posts. After all I will be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope you write again soon!

  8. Spencer says:

    Hi, just wanted to say, I loved this article. It was funny.
    Keep on posting!

  9. pit28 says:

    Very nice write-up. I absolutely love this website. Keep writing!|

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