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Sunday, June 22, 2014

How To Get People To "Like" Your Business On Facebook


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As the world of consumers progresses, it is important for (in fact, it is downright necessary for) businesses to progress and adapt to the changes in the business landscape if they want to remain competitive, and these days, one of the biggest ways by which businesses must adapt it in the use of social media; most businesses these days have cottoned onto the fact that they need to have a Facebook page in order to remain visible in the social media stratosphere, but one thing that remains a mystery to many of these companies is exactly what they should do in order to get people to "like" their Facebook page.

The first thing you should be aware of, in your efforts to get people to like your Facebook page, is that people will need to know that your Facebook page exists in the first place; make sure you devote space in your store to letting people know you have a Facebook page, and to encouraging them to visit the Facebook page and like it.

When someone visits a Facebook page that belongs to a company, they are unlikely to like the page (or to ever visit the page again) if the page has nothing on it but information about the business; do your best to drop the formality as much as you can on your Facebook page, making it fun and interactive instead of simply an “about as” for your business.

Another great way to use your company's Facebook page (and to get people to visit your Facebook page frequently) is to use this page as a way by which you can let people know about deals and promotions you are running; you can even run contests on your Facebook page, giving away something free to the people who are visiting at that moment!

As you begin to get creative with the way in which you use your Facebook page, you will find that you are getting greater results from the Facebook page itself – so follow these tips, and add a few creative ideas of your own, and watch as your Facebook page begins to grow!

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