Here are some simple tips for doing social media marketing or promotion on Facebook. The first thing you want to do is get yourself some friends who share your interests, if you haven’t already done that.
Some would say that you should concentrate on making the Facebook pages, and getting likes for them, but there are a lot of benefits to having friends, such as the fact that you can bring up a chat with them.
Buy Youtube views with cheap prices is what the experts would advice you in the initial stages but still Facebook has its own identity so do make many pages regarding your profile because this is the age of likes and shares.
You can make targeted friends by searching for people who have mentioned the keywords you’re interested in, in a public post.
I have about 3,000 novel writer friends on my main account, although I was meaning to make friends that were online article writers.
You can join groups as well, and some groups are good, some are not so good. If you’re going to make a group of your own, make it good, and stick with it.
Pages are something that confuses a lot of people on Facebook. It doesn’t really help you all that much to get a lot of random likes, although it does help for social proof, which helps you get more likes.
It also helps a bit for search engine optimization for your page, particularly on a Facebook search, but also in a Google search.
Google sees likes as being do follow cross links on a PR 9 site, regardless of whether they are relevant to the topic or not.
Facebook has recently started cracking down on likes coming from “fake accounts” and so your best bet to get targeted likes is to use Facebook Ads, but only if you use it to promote something that will help you make the money back.
For example, you might have a custom tab on your site that had a two for one coupon where people could get a free main course at your restaurant, if they just liked the page, and shared it with all their friends.
That is a really good way to get value for money from Facebook Ads, because you get a like, a share, and a customer who might become a repeat customer, at the same time.
It’s about one dollar per click on Facebook Ads, give or take, and the only way to be able to afford that is to be real smart about it, because a like by itself is not worth that much, no matter what anyone says.
My approach to Facebook, is that my Facebook pages are ranking on the first page of a Google search, and a a Facebook search, for a phrase with at least some monthly worldwide search volume on the Google Adwords keyword tool, and if they weren’t, I wouldn’t spend much more time trying to build them up, except for some basic SEO benefit to my articles and blog posts on other sites.
It’s outranking my site for the same term, and I write there constantly, and have made high quality back links to it for over a year.
It’s probably because I link to it from the home page, but you get the idea, which is that Facebook has a great potential for ranking on Google, and that’s probably what you should concentrate on the hardest.