If this is what’s eating you all the while, then fret no more because the solution is near at hand. However, do anything you may feel like, but never ever indulge in buying Likes from any source whatsoever. If, on the other hand, you do a Google search on it, you will be snowed fewer than millions of results, a situation out of which you can seldom surface alive. Nevertheless, follow the instructions listed below to get more Likes and Fans on your Facebook Page.
>> Create outstanding content so that people can share your content unabashedly. Remember, everybody loves to share a great content. What is more, as your Fans’ acquaintances locate that grand content, they are most likely to share the same too and, hundred to one, would “Like” your page, to be precise. Thus you gain in both ways – while your current Fans share your content, new Fans Like your page for the same reason.
>> Remain consistent because people have a tendency to rely on those who are consistent. Post status updates 5 times a week to earn the buoyancy of your Fans. Alternatively, make it a point to post at least once a day to gain more Likes.
>> Remain contemporary by posting current events. In other words, stay on top of what is going on in your niche, thus encouraging your followers to share it with you. Remember, there is no point in sharing a post that’s more than a year old and so is not considered relevant.
>> Use eye-catching images since images are considered to be the most shared items on Facebook. Incidentally, Facebook is the largest image-sharing site on the Internet while images represent the largest source of data usage on this popular social networking website. No wonder Facebook had acquired Instagram for keeping the users happy and contended.
>> Incorporate a Call to Action – When you ask your Fans to Share, Like or Comment, they become more inclined to do so. Even though it is not a corollary to ‘crying baby gets the milk’, the spirit is more or less the same.
>> Shorter Posts prove more effective – Quicker it can be read, people would like to Share it. Studies reveal that posts between 100 and 150 characters create 60% more Likes.
>> Be instructive since people love to share ‘How-to’ guides and similar educative tips. However, you must make sure that the information you are going to share is authentic (provide source, if necessary).
>>Upload videos to your page, because when you upload the video instead of posting a link to it, Facebook imbeds a “Like” button in the upper left hand corner of the video. This Like button is visible to all who have yet to Like your page.