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Looking to increase your fans, shares, likes, or impressions on Facebook? What a lot of business owners don’t understand is that having 100 fans doesn’t mean that 100 people see their Facebook updates. On the contrary, only about 0.2 percent of your fans see your posts. Essentially, every time you update your company’s Facebook page, only a very small portion of your followers will see and read your post.
To increase the number of followers who see your updates, you need to invest in paid social media advertising from a company that knows how to leverage it.
If your website is your online sales representative, then social media is your company’s brand personality. It gives existing and prospective customers a peek behind the curtain and allows you to connect with them on a personal level. It builds relationships and trust and, in many cases, is your customer service platform.
Contrary to what most business owners believe, Facebook and other social media platforms can boost your bottom line. Aside from generating qualified leads, you’re building a relationship with the people who have used your services and increasing the chance they’ll become lifelong customers.
Buying likes for your business violates Facebook’s statement of rights and responsibility. Of course, that doesn’t stop people and businesses from doing it.
Anyone can buy thousands of Facebook likes for hundreds of dollars from click farm websites in developing countries like India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Indonesia. However, there’s a problem with this method that extends beyond a Facebook violation.
Say you have 1,000 legitimate followers on your company’s Facebook business page and pay for an additional 4,000 likes from India. Not only does this skew your audience insights, a valuable tool to learn more about your true fans and customers, it adds absolutely zero value. Having more likes doesn’t make your posts show up more. It doesn’t increase your bottom line. Engagement and followings by fans who actually use your product or service does. By buying likes, you essentially pay for nothing but a number that has no effect on your business whatsoever.
The cost per interaction on Facebook is typically lower than on Google AdWords or Bing Ads, so if you’re looking for a cost-effective alternative or supplement to pay per click, give Facebook advertising a try!