Adding new Facebook followers is not tough when you already have a following. However, starting from scratch and growing your Facebook Page might be challenging. If you are starting a new company or business.
You also don’t want to squander your marketing budget on Facebook Ads to grow your Page. Facebook ads may be a great method to attract new Likes, but how can you grow organically?
I will show you 7 ways to Grow Your Facebook Page Fast from the ground up in this post.
Top 7 Ways to Grow Your Facebook Page Fast
Optimize your page first and foremost
If your Page is newly new, make sure it looks good before promoting it aggressively. Download my Facebook Page Checklist to help you. In a nutshell, keep an eye out for the following:
- Nice With a phrase and a cover picture
- Don’t be bashful about putting a lot of text on your Facebook About Page. Your About Page has also been crawled by Google.
- You will need at least 5 posts and 5 photos to get started.
Inviting your warm audience to like your page
Some individuals say things like, “Oh, my friends aren’t interested in my company,” or “those people will never be my clientele.” Friends, on the other hand, maybe your most ardent supporter and source of referrals! I just got an excellent suggestion from a friend who will never be a customer of mine. If your friends don’t remember what you do, how can they recommend you?
My friend was an interior designer, and she was talking to one of her mother’s acquaintances (their kids went to the same school and they talked often). The lady told my interior designer friend that they were completely renovating their home and had set aside $70,000 for the project. My interior designer acquaintance said, “Why didn’t you ask me to give you a bid?” “I’m a designer who works in the area of interior design.” The other lady sincerely apologized, but she had no clue what she was doing and would have used her if she had!
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invite your customers and contacts to like your page through email
You may do this with your personal contacts or with your customer contact list to let them know you’ve launched a new Facebook Page. Make sure your email is entirely focused on asking people to Like your Page; if it’s buried in a huge newsletter, it’ll be lost.
Include some context for what you’re posting, the services you offer, and a pre-thank-you-for-your-time message if possible.
Okay, so the previous two strategies assume you already have a warm following, but what if you’re just starting out? You don’t have an email list, and you probably don’t have a lot of Facebook friends or belong to a lot of groups? Here are a few strategies that everyone may use!
Make a connection between your page and your profile.
This is a really simple thing to do, yet I notice a lot of people who don’t do it. If people can readily discover your Facebook Personal Profile, you should make it as easy as possible for them to find your Facebook Business Page.
When users mention their place of work but it isn’t connected to their Facebook Page properly, a strange “Community Page” with the same name and a suitcase picture is created. They then start like the Community Page instead of your main Facebook page. Simply edit your Work and Education sections in the About part of your profile.
Simply delete the position from the Work and Education part of your About section (click Edit in the About section) and replace it with the right Facebook Page to remove the “dummy Page” from your profile.
Normally, you can simply start entering the name of your Facebook Page in the Company box, and it will appear (though this isn’t always the case; try again later or switch browsers if that’s the issue,
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Make material that is interesting to read
This is the Grand-Poobah of your approach, and it should have been first on the list. Grand-Poobah is a big term that I’m not sure what it signifies.
Sharing articles from other websites isn’t enough when it comes to creating engaging content. It’s a combination of personality, education, community service, inspiration, and fun. Facebook is used to socialize. Sales proposals that aren’t intriguing aren’t enough in the business world. Ask yourself, “Would I share this with my friends?” as a litmus test for how interesting your work is.
Of course, not everything will be made available to the general public. In your posts, though, strive for a high percentage of shareable content.
Provide a link to your page in your email signature
How many emails do you send every day? Think of it as a polite reminder to add a link to your Page in your email signature. Gmail, for example, makes customizing your email signature with clickable symbols a breeze.
Promote your Page
It’s a great idea to use Facebook Ads to get new followers, but I wouldn’t spend too much money on them. In my view, your ad expenditures would be better spent growing your e-mail list.
A little social evidence, on the other hand, is helpful. You may tailor your Facebook Ads to your ideal prospective consumer by using the Demographics and Interests page, as well as keywords.
Using the Promote button in the lower-left corner of your Page and then selecting Promote your Page is the easiest way to get started with a Facebook Like ad.
Then a popup window will appear, allowing you to make modifications to the ad. The default image will be the cover photo, but you may rearrange it, upload a new image, or use an image you’ve already used in advertising. You may also use a video if you wish.
Make sure the ad wording includes a call to action, such as “Click Like.” Working with such a little text box in Facebook Like Ads, with only 90 characters to work with, may be difficult.
Then, under the Audience area, fill in your demographics and keyword targets. The ad will be pre-populated with unusual keywords like “shopping” and “fashion” by Facebook. Facebook is clearly not keeping track of everything.
Although the Promote your Page option has increased the choices for tailoring your ad, it is still advisable to use the Facebook Ads Manager to fine-tune your targeting.
Make comments on other people’s pages
Commenting on another website as if it were your own is a great way to boost your exposure.
Because of the recent changes to Facebook, this task is now somewhat different. In the comments area, you now go to the Page and then to your Page.
I suggest remarking on 10-20 pages on a regular basis. A few comments every now and then won’t assist you much. Make it a habit to participate on a regular basis.