If you’re managing a Facebook Page, you already know how valuable page likes are. In order to get them, you need to post great content regularly or run campaigns on Facebook to spread awareness.
Even if you’re doing both, you might see people liking a post that you’ve promoted (or a post that’s gone viral) without liking your page. They obviously enjoyed your content, but failed to take that necessary extra step of giving your page a like.
Sometimes this happens because they don’t want to, some people aren’t interested in following yet another thing. More often, it happens because the majority of actions Facebook users take are on their timeline, and liking the page typically means going back to your page to check out what you’ve got to offer.
Who’s got time for that?
A tip, provided by Problogger’s Darren Rowse, allows you to send these interested Facebook users an invitation to check out your page at their convenience. It’s actually really really easy.
See? That’s so useful, and will take very little of your time. Thanks, Darren!
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