How To Grow Your Facebook Following Organically3 min read
FACEBOOK FAN GROWTH
One of the most measurable indicators of what we do for your business in social media is to use Facebook fan growth strategies. It’s also very important, because the more ‘Likes’ you have, the more reach you’ll have to tell your fans and their friends about your business and services.
Here are examples of how we have grown our clients’ Facebook fans:
Our social media Seattle team is ready to take your social networks to the next level. They have even been published on major blogs and podcasts.
HOW WE GROW SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SEATTLE’S SMALL BUSINESSES
“HOW CAN I GET MORE FACEBOOK PAGE LIKES?”
This is one of the questions we get most often regarding social media Seattle and small businesses. A great Facebook presence is a great benefit to small businesses.
The best way to gain Facebook Page likes is to:
1) Post Great Content. We take care of this for you with original, engaging content regularly delivered to all your social networks.
2) Mention Other Pages. We make sure to take advantage of opportunities to mention any of your industry partners or vendors. This lets them know you mentioned them and gives them incentive to share the content you create.
3) Paid Facebook Promotions. With Facebook Ads, you can target an audience that fits with the people most likely to be your customers. This is a great strategy if you want to get a significant increase in the number of Page likes. It can cost anywhere between $0.15 and $1.50 per like, on average.
“NO ONE IS INTERACTING WITH MY FACEBOOK PAGE POSTS. HOW DO I GET THEM TO RESPOND?”
Many things factor into getting your Page fans to engage with your posts:
1) More Page Fans Means More Interaction. Typically, a Facebook Page with 100 Page Likes/fans will get far fewer Likes on each post than a Facebook Page with 3,000 Page Likes/fans.
2) Posts With Photos Perform The Best. Photos take up more space on a person’s News Feed, and also add interest to the words in the post. They provide diversity in the content published on that Page as well.
3) If You Post Something With An External URL, Fewer People Will See It. Facebook devalues any post that has an externally-linking URL in it. If you are always posting content linking back to your website, you may be hurting your chances of getting exposure on Facebook.
4) Don’t Forget Paid Facebook Promotions (“Boosted” Posts). If you have over 100 likes on your Facebook Page, Facebook allows you to “Boost” posts. It will promote your boosted post to the top of people’s News Feeds, in order to make sure they see it. How much it costs depends on how many people see or interact with the post. This has a lasting, positive effect on your Page interaction.
If you need better Facebook Page engagement, we can help. Work with us and together we’ll make social media Seattle’s best small business resource.
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