5 Ways To Boost Your Facebook Likes And Engagement

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Youngsters spend plenty of their time on Facebook, regularly receive updates from their beloved businesses, services and products etc and for that reason order the product while at the same time if satisfied with the merchandise recommend and share the page with their friends as well – thereby increasing the offering’s popularity.
Avoid posts that appear attention or sympathy seeking:  Generally, people don’t like Facebook posts which are solely intended to attract attention or garner sympathy. In the event that you post those forms of status updates, you’re more likely to get yourself a a disgruntled “tut!” and a roll of the eyes than a large assortment of likes. Posts that belong to this category include the ones that are self-congratulatory (“OMG, can’t believe I acquired signed with a modeling agency/ got the top exam score in my own class/ got asked on a date by the hot guy/girl at Starbucks!), overly self-deprecating (“Just ate an entire packet of cookies – No wonder I’m so fat”) or ANY pictures of you staring moodily/pouting/winking at the camera that you clearly took of yourself. You should also nix on the enigmatic or overly-vague posts which are clearly designed to elicit a sympathetic “what’s wrong?” or “what happened?” Posts like “worst day of my entire life” or “some people haven’t any shame” are two such examples. Posts like “I hate my hair! I wish it could just do as it’s told for once!” are on the borderline. If you are known for your crazy, flyaway curls then it’s probably acceptable. If, however, you usually appear to be you just stepped out of a Pantene commercial and could easily be recognised incorrectly as Serena van der Woodsen’s long-lost sister, you’ll receive no mercy from the Facebook Gods and probably no likes. If you must post these types of statuses, at least make an effort to keep them tongue-in-cheek by acknowledging you are searching for attention. Use a clever hashtag (yes, that can be done that on Facebook now) or simple “haha!” to show that you are not entirely serious.

# Buy Facebook Fans: You can buy likes from Socialeum .

# Run a “fans only” contest:  This is a contest that only individuals who like your page can enter. The prize could be anything from an in-depth feature to 1 of one’s products. The bigger the prize, the more likely people is to like your page and enter the contest. They might also be inclined to talk about the the contest with friends, encouraging even more people to like your page. You may make the contest interactive by using fun and interesting ways for people to submit their entries. For instance, you can ask people to upload pictures of themselves with among your products. If you run a cupcake store, you can ask fans to post a picture of themselves eating one of your cupcakes. You might ask people to post their stories on your own Facebook page, where the best story wins. For instance, in the event that you own a flower shop and are supplying a prize of a free bouquet of roses for Mother’s Day, you can ask visitors to send in their favorite childhood memory of their mother, or the reason why that their mother deserves to win.

# Leave helpful comments on other Page’s posts:  Make sure to comment as your Page

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