So, you want to learn how to grow your Facebook page. To many, that sounds like a daunting, even impossible task, but this tip will help you introduce your page to new followers and get your hard work in front of the right audience.
Here is Your Facebook Pick-Me-Up
Love it or hate it, we all know that we must have a Facebook presence. But, the constant algorithm changes are hard to keep up with.
Well, we are here to give you a little Facebook pick-me-up and hopefully get you excited to hop back on and engage with your readers! You can also check out our great tips on how to beat the Facebook algorithm here!
Inviting People to Your Page
Did you know you can invite people to like your page? Yes, you can click that invite button and invite all your friends, but who wants to beg their friends to like their page?
- Simply create your Facebook posts as usual.
- Check back occasionally to see who has liked your post.
- Click on the number of likes.
- Scroll down the list and look for a highlighted “Invite” button.
- Click “Invite” and you’re done!
How easy is that? And the best part is, you have the ability to invite people until you reach 100,000 fans! That’s a lot of opportunity for growth and these are already people that are engaging with your content, which means they’ll be more likely to engage with future content.
It Will Grow Your Likes
Try a boosted post for a small budget ($5-10 for a week) and invite the people that engage.
Now, be forewarned, a lot of people won’t take you up on the invite, but many will and any easy way to grow your Facebook page is worth capitalizing on!
Where to Get Insider Secrets
Rachel Farnsworth of The Stay at Home Chef boasts over 2 MILLION Facebook followers on her page and gives us the insider secrets on how to grow your Facebook empire.
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