How to get lots of likes on Facebook (tricks): A while ago, you created a page Facebook and you have tried in every way to make it “take off”. So far, however, you have not yet managed to attract the attention of new followers and those already present do not interact much with the content you post. You would like so much to remedy the situation, but you don’t know how to do it. Well then let me tell you: you’ve come to the right place at the right time!
In the next paragraphs, in fact, I will be able to provide you with some “Tricks” to have many “likes” on Facebook. Let me be clear, with the term “tricks” I do not mean that there are “magic formulas” that allow you to achieve immediate success on the most famous social network in the world. On the contrary: it takes time and a lot of effort to be able to obtain significant results, but this does not mean that it is a mission impossible.
So, are you ready to take up the challenge? Yup? Very well: make yourself comfortable, take all the time you need to concentrate on reading the next paragraphs and, more importantly, try to implement the instructions I will give you. Happy reading and good luck for the progress of your content on Facebook!
Write interesting and funny posts
One of the main ones “Tricks” to have many “likes” on Facebook is that of write interesting and funny posts. Before publishing a post, make sure it has a friendly language and not excessively formal, perhaps by inserting emoticon or of emoji, so as to strengthen the mood expressed in the sentence present in the content.
To make the post more fun, it might be helpful to use colored lettering (feature available for both private profiles and pages) or use hashtag, i.e. words or phrases preceded by the hash symbol (#), so as to “label” the content and increase its traceability on the social network.
To get more likes on Facebook, it’s also important to make posts that are engaging. To do it you can create polls using the specific function made available by the social network and / or inserting some call-to-action, that is, calls to action, such as “If you agree too, leave a like …” or “Like it if you also think that …“.
Lastly, but certainly not in order of importance, before publishing a post on Facebook, make sure that it is written in a grammatically correct, otherwise, in addition to not attracting new “likes”, you would also risk making a bad impression.
Further information on how to write an effective post on Facebook is available in the guide I have just linked to you: I’m sure this reading will also be useful to you.
Share quality photos and videos
Share quality photos and videos is another trick that you would do well to consider to get more “likes” on Facebook, since on this platform (as well as for any other social network), visual content has a profound impact on the users they manage to reach .
Before publishing a photo or video, therefore, make sure it is interesting and of quality, perhaps by retouching your shots with photo editing programs (eg Photoshop and GIMP) or with photo editing apps. If you think you’re not a good photographer, try to improve by following the directions I gave you in the guide on how to take professional photos.
I also recommend that you post funny photos from time to time – like GIF or gods meme —Because content of this kind usually attracts a greater number of likes and interactions. Also with regard to the photos, if they portray other people (perhaps some of your family or friends), remember to tag them: by doing so, they will receive a notification and, most likely, will leave a nice “Like” to the content that they it concerns personally.
Interact with other Facebook users
Being a social network, Facebook is made up of interaction between users: this is why to be successful on this platform you must strive to interact with other users. How can you do this? You are spoiled for choice.
I also remind you that you can interact with other Facebook users also using some tools made available to the social network, such as live video, the Stories ei surveys, which I have already told you in depth in some specific posts. Since users love to feel engaged through this type of content, make extensive use of it to attract new followers and, therefore, new interactions and likes.
Advertise content posted on Facebook
If you have come to this guide with the aim of getting more “likes” on a Facebook page, know that following the instructions I have given you in the previous chapters will not be enough to achieve the desired success. For what reason? Because the Facebook algorithm prefers content shared by “personal” profiles and not those from public pages: this explains why it has become almost indispensable advertise content posted on Facebook.
To sponsor a post published on a Facebook page, all you have to do is identify the content of your interest, press the button Highlight the post and select the audience, budget and all other sponsorship details. If you want to learn more about how to advertise on Facebook and how to sponsor on Facebook, take a look at the guides that I linked to you: they will certainly be useful to you.
If you want to try to promote your posts without spending money, you can take advantage of Facebook groups that deal with topics similar to those covered in the posts you intend to advertise. To proceed in this sense, you must first be registered in one or more Facebook groups (you can subscribe to a group by going to the latter and clicking on the button Join the group, hoping that the request will be accepted by the administrators) and, after making sure that the rules of the group allow it, share your content on the group.
Also consider the possibility of creating your own Facebook group, so as to independently decide which types of content to promote, without having to depend on anyone else.
Don’t get “likes” artificially
As I told you at the beginning of the post, there are no “magic formulas” to increase the number of likes on Facebook. For this reason I invite you to don’t try to get “likes” artificially because doing so would not only be useless, but even counterproductive (and I’ll explain why soon).
If you do not know, some users give in to the temptation to use services and applications to “inflate” their profile or their Facebook page by purchasing like and follower packages. Others, on the other hand, resort to groups that allow you to exchange likes between users, using a very simple mechanism: I “Like” your post and you reciprocate by leaving a like on a post or a page that I indicate to you.
Why do I invite you not to adopt these stratagems? Because getting likes in this way is of no use, not to mention the fact that these practices are frowned upon by Facebook which, if it were to notice it, could even close your account! I hope that reflecting on the possible consequences of your actions will be enough to discourage you from getting “fake” likes.