8 Fastest Ways to Build Facebook Followers.

We have had great success with quickly attracting followers to our Facebook Fan Pages for CPAs and tax accounting professionals. This post talks about the 8 fastest ways to get more people to “Like” your Facebook Fan Page. I would really appreciate it if you shared these blog tips with your friends as well.

1. Invite your friends, clients, prospects and colleagues to follow you. If they don't know you are on Facebook, then it will take longer to build a big following. You can invite people through email or post a status update inviting people to Like your page. Tell them some news or other good information with a link to your Facebook fan page.

1. Invite your friends, clients, prospects and colleagues to follow you. If they don't know you are on Facebook, then it will take longer to build a big following. You can invite people through email or post a status update inviting people to Like your page. Tell them some news or other good information with a link to your Facebook fan page.

2. Post a status update that mentions your fan page - Don't be afraid to outright ask people to join your Facebook page. Tell them what they will get by "liking" your page.

3. Tag photos from seminar or practice events -If you can get your fans to upload pictures to your page, or tag themselves in pictures you uploaded, this will post to their wall as well and will lead to additional traffic for you. Read this article to learn more about tagging.

4. Create a welcome page - All new visitors to your website should see a welcome page that describes who you are and what value they will find by following your Facebook posts.

5. Add a Facebook "like" badge on your website -There are a number of variations of badges or icons that can be linked or displayed. Click here for some Facebook "like" badge options.

6. Add your Facebook link to your email signature - Every correspondence you send should include links to your social media sites in your signature.

7. Link to your Facebook page from other social sites.

8. Produce content that gets commented and liked - This is rule #1. We see people just sharing other posts all day long. They rarely get any commenting or likes versus Facebook posts that are more original and pertinent to your page. If the post looks like it came from you, you appear to be the authority on the subject and it provides more credibility.

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