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Increase Facebook Likes

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This post will give you some ways to increase Facebook likes, on your page, or even on  your website or blog posts.

The first thing to understand is that a like has little to no real value on it’s own, it can be useful for SEO, or perhaps for social proof, so you look popular on Facebook.

Increase Facebook likes

If you are hoping to get likes to get an ongoing source of traffic to your wall posts, it’s probably a better idea to buy Twitter followers instead, because they see all of the updates from everyone they follow equally, Twitter followers are cheaper to buy, and you can post a lot more frequently on Twitter without being thrown out of the site for spamming.

The SEO benefit of likes is that your Facebook page has a better chance of competing on Google for the keyword phrase in the title if you have an exact match username, and cross links within Facebook.

What I mean by that is that if you gave your page the title of Increase Likes, you would then have to try to get the exact match URL of facebook.com/increaselikes.

The links coming from the profiles of the people that like your page are do follow within Facebook, and often have a high page rank.

It’s not that hard to get a Facebook page up to a PR 6 if you know what you’re doing, and with some regular updates, lots of page tabs, and high quality back links, you can compete on Google for medium competition searches.

How To Increase Facebook Likes

The easiest way to get random likes is to buy them here at Professional Social Promotion from the payment page: Facebook Page Likes.

At the moment, I can get you over 700 likes in 24 hours from real accounts for ten dollars. After that, I may not be able to get quite so many for the ten dollars, perhaps going down to 250 for ten dollars, over a period of a week.

I go with the service providers who are getting the Facebook likes through reliable methods, like sharing with their friends and fans, and have a limit on the amount they can offer, which means that the accounts aren’t computer generated.

I can also get Facebook likes through sites that allow you to swap a like for a like, such as You Like Hits, but that takes quite a long time, or a lot of effort, so if I got to that point, I would be charging more for the service.

I’m not sure why you want to increase the amount of Facebook likes you have, and you may want them on something else, like your website, or a photo, in which case I may be able to help, or point you in the right direction.

To talk about how to increase Facebook likes, or to talk about the best social media marketing strategy for your site, send me a message at rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com.

Choosing A Title For Your Facebook Page

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Choosing a title for your Facebook page is quite an important decision, more so than many people think.

It’s not so much about what people on Facebook will think about it, it’s about trying to compete for broad match and long-tail keyword phrases on Google.

Choosing a title for your Facebook page

My Facebook page Affordable Social Media Marketing Services is first on the first page of Google, a few spots ahead of the home page of this site, which has the same title.

The reason is simple, Facebook is a PR 9 site, and I got the exact match username, so it’s perfectly placed to rank for low to medium competition Google searches.

I didn’t really choose the domain name for this site very well, and I started off making back links to it from a different set of keywords, so I can understand why it’s not doing so well.

Anyway, it’s not just Google, people often search for popular phrases on Facebook as well, so you should try to put the most important phrase at the start of the title, and then some extra stuff at the end, to try to capture broad match searches.

Choosing The Title Of A Facebook Page

You don’t just have to make one Facebook page, you can (and probably should), try to make as many pages as you can that you can get the exact match usernames for.

It’s almost like getting a domain name, the power is really great, for almost any search.

Facebook.com/anything is well worth putting your time into updating regularly, and making back links to.

It also helps if you have a custom Facebook welcome page, and some Facebook page likes.

I can help you put together a great looking Facebook page, I can get you likes for it, advise you on engagement with your fans, set up a Facebook Ads campaign, or manage every aspect of your social media marketing campaign on Facebook, or any other site.

Choosing a title for your Facebook page is just one of many, many things that are important in your overall social media marketing campaign. Send me a message at rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com to talk about your page, and your business generally.

How Do You Sell A Product On Facebook?

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This article will answer the question how do you sell a product on Facebook? It’s relatively easy, all you need is a Facebook welcome page.

You can put practically anything on a Facebook page, so long as you can write it out in HTML, or hire someone like me to do it for you.

Facebook used to have a code called FBML, but now it’s using iFrame, and there are many ways to put things in the iFrame of a custom Facebook page tab.

For example, you can use an application like Static HTML: iFrame Tabs, or any number of other free applications.

You just add them to your page, and then it lets you type out the HTML of the things you want on your page.

I’m not going to go into how to put photos and Pay Pal buttons together on a page using HTML, because it’s fairly complicated, and I can do it for you, as I’m offering that service starting at fifty dollars.

Sell A Product On Facebook

It’s pretty easy to sell products on a Facebook page, you just get the embed code for a You Tube video, and the code for a Pay Pal button, and the URL of a photo that you want to put on the page, and then send them to me, and I’ll put them together into an attractive welcome page design.

If you want to see one of my welcome pages, here’s a basic one called Welcome Page.

As you can see, it has a You Tube video, a photo, and a link to the page on this site that is selling that service.

I can put in anything that you have the code for, or if you just want a link to your site, I could put something together through a page builder like Pagemodo for you.

The problem with those sort of “free” Facebook welcome page making sites is that you only get to make one page for free, it’s very limited in functionality, and you have to pay a monthly fee to get the ads removed.

In my opinion it makes a lot more sense writing out what you want on the page in HTML, and then it’s yours to change or add to as you want, and you don’t have to pay any monthly fees.

If you would like to find out more about how you can sell a product on Facebook, send me a message at rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com.

Can You Make Money Directly From Facebook?

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The question is can you make money directly from Facebook? The answer is yes, you can definitely make money from your Facebook page, without people ever leaving the site.

I can make you a Facebook welcome page that has Pay Pal buttons, opt-in forms, sales videos, photos, or anything you want on it.

I can even make a mini-site where people can navigate from page to page, without ever leaving the iFrame or Facebook.

It’s relatively easy to do, you can use an app like Static HTML: iFrame Tabs to put any HTML code you want on your welcome page, or you can use the Developers section to do more complex multi-page set-ups.

Studies show that people usually only visit your page once, and then never return, even if they like the page.

This means that you have to capture them as a customer, subscriber, or downloader on the first visit, it’s of crucial importance.

Make Money Directly From Facebook

I can teach you how to make money directly from Facebook, or use apps like Just Redirect to send people to any URL from a page tab.

I know a lot about Facebook marketing, HTML, and internet marketing in general, and I can tell you if your business is justified in spending money on a Facebook marketing campaign, or if you would be better off choosing some other form of social media marketing campaign.

Often, a business is better served by competing on Google, or by using a different advertising method, because it doesn’t have the widespread appeal needed to compete on social media.

If you don’t have good advice, you may end up wasting a lot of time and money on the wrong sort of internet marketing campaign, so it’s a good idea to talk to an expert, like me.

Whatever your business, you can send me a message to talk about the best way to get customers at rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com.