Bloggers: writers, cooks, cyclists helping each other on Facebook
February 27, 2013 – A Facebook page can be a great way to grow your readership and exposure. However, your page is only as successful as the number of people who have “liked” it. When someone likes your page, any update, link, picture and video that you post appears on that person’s main Facebook feed.
So how to get more likes? Number one, of course, is posting great content. But how can we all help each other get more likes and thereby expand our readership?
I saw this on Linkedin and thought I would try this here.
I’m inviting anyone that has a Facebook page to post a link in the comments section. Otherwise, just email me a link to your page and I will post it here for others to see. If you want to help, check out the links! If you find a particular person’s page interesting, just “like” it and send the person an email asking they do the same for your page.
Hopefully this will help us all to connect with each other and other “like”-minded readers. This is just an experiment, but I hope it works!
My page: https://www.facebook.com/Lasesana
Pages I like:
https://www.facebook.com/mitzi.sorensen.5 Wow! I was just wondering how to get more followers for my blog, Facebook, and Tweet and came across this. Thank you for the wonderful idea! I will check out the sites above and then click like.
Great! I’ll do the same for you! Thanks!
Check this website out for gaining more twitter followers:http://blog.bufferapp.com/7-ways-i-accidentally-got-twitter-followers-and-7-ways-you-can-on-purpose
Reblogged this on The Ranting Papizilla and commented:
Great idea here folks, check it out!
I have two to add, and a comment. The first comment on here, the address you posted is to your “personal” profile, not a page. Not sure if you are aware of that.
https://www.facebook.com/wedrinkbecausewerepoets?ref=stream We Drink Because We Are Poets is a fantastic page where poets can go to share their work and get honest feedback. People who simply enjoy poetry can also join.
Have to admit I really don’t get FB. Far prefer Twitter. That said, is a page on FB different from just signing up for a free one?
I agree- I don’t really use FB for personal stuff too much…but have found that a page is useful when you want to contact people in a more professional way through FB, put up your writing, but don’t necessarily want to become FB friends with that person. It is also free, but has different features than a personal profile. I know you don’t like FB, but with your recipes and pics, your page would be SOOOO POPULAR!
-Thanks for that info. I didn’t realise it’s free! Will have to have a look at how to create one.
-I wouldn’t post photos on there. Enough probs getting them on WP!
let me know because I’ll be your first LIKE! Also, if you need any help, let me know 🙂
I’m not sure if this link will work. Here goes: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Feed-the-piglet/544503498903218
Can’t seem to find the actual http address.
I liked! I think it will end up being what you have up there, but without the numbers at the end…It may be because it is a new page…
-Can’t figure! Grief. I think I’ve just changed my username on my profile account! It’s getting late here so I’ll have a look tomorrow.
-Thanks for the ‘Like’.
A lot of this same type of ‘Liking’ has been active on LinkedIn. Good to see it in blogosphere. Found you on Papzilla’s site. I Liked the pages mentioned in your post. I actually have three pages but this is the one connected to my latest book: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sharla-Lee-Shults-Author/338441312866382?ref=hl
Thanks for sharing. It’s still a mystery to me how FB works, but here goes https://www.facebook.com/claudiajustsaying2
I’m already following many other bloggers who have kindly “liked” my page. I never knew what a wonderful world of people I’d meet in the blogosphere 🙂
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