increase facebook likes

Steve Gaither from the agency JB Chicago reports that the conversion rates for Facebook and Twitter are consistent across a number of their social media marketing campaigns.

Conversion Rates for Facebook and Twitter

These are what JB Chicago has found to be the conversion rates on their campaigns.

Paid Twitter: one to three percent

Organic Twitter: eight to nine percent

Facebook organic: 20 to 30 percent

Facebook ads: 18 to 20 percent

So how can you grow your Facebook likes and increase engagement?

20 Ways to Increase Your Facebook Likes and Engagement

  1. Advertise on Facebook to get more “likes”. This is the quickest way to grow your fan base.
  2. Rotate your ads “DAILY” people get tired of hearing the same thing in conversation so change your ad! Conversion (CTR) rates can drop by 50% after the first 24 hours. Do not “set and forget.”
  3. Add Facebook Social Plugin Box to your Blog and Website.
  4. Free exclusive video that can only be viewed if you like the page.
  5. Run a competition. Everyone likes a competition
  6. Make it obvious on a custom landing page by providing a big bold “Like our Page”
  7. Initially ask friends and family to like your page. A bit overdone but essential at the beginning
  8. Offer a free eBook to obtain a “like” (just like you should be doing for email subscriber acquisition)
  9. Post content from your blog to Facebook whenever you write a new post. Facebook users love receiving new content on Facebook without having to go looking for your blog. Treat Facebook as an extension of your blog.
  10. Provide enticing high resolution photos. Compelling photos that are appropriate for your target audience will keep them coming back and make them share and so drive more likes from their friends
  11. Ask questions regularly using Facebook’s native question app.
  12. Include a link to your Facebook page in your email signature
  13. Provide a compelling welcome video on your Facebook landing page
  14. Simple but often missed: Add a “follow us” on Facebook button near the top of your website and blog pages
  15. Create an incentivised “Like” page that gives people a reason to like your page.
  16. Include the Facebook like button on your email HTML template so that people can like your facebook page from the regular email newsletter
  17. Add a large custom banner to your blog and website asking to “Like
  18. Add a link to your Facebook page as one of your three LinkedIn website links that are part of your LinkedIn settings in your profile
  19. Add a newsworthy update that is relevant for your industry or market niche to your Facebook page every day
  20. Offer “Special” including discounts to Facebook fans. The majority of Facebook users “like” a page to obtain a discount

About Author: Jeff Bullas is a consultant, blogger, strategist, and speaker. He has written many books and writes content for several sites. Jeff’s own blog is included in’s Power 150 ranking as a top 50 marketing blog. Website:

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