To expand your audience, you should: 1. Like other Pages
When you “like” a Page on Facebook, you’ll start seeing updates from that Page in your feed. If the post is worth our time, we may interact with it in several ways, including like it, commenting on it, and sharing it with others. As a result of our interaction, the Page will be highlighted in the newsfeeds of those who follow it.
Consider that your Page has liked our Facebook page. Every time we make a new post, our subscribers check it out. If you share or comment on one of our posts, our followers will notice your activity.
Your reach will increase as a result of your participation on other Pages’ walls and in the comments, and a small percentage of those people will click on the link you provided in your remark and check out your Facebook Page.
Second, network with other Pages to reach a wider audience.
If you like other Pages, you can see what those companies are concentrating on and what they’re posting, and you may connect with that Page’s audience on behalf of your own Page. Obviously, you care about more than just the Page’s current readers.
There are other ways to engage with a Page once you have liked it. Send a message, make a post about the Page, and meet the individuals that run it. Take my brand new pizzeria in San Francisco, for instance, which I have promoted via a Facebook Page. I’m ready to have a huge opening celebration for my restaurant, but I have my doubts about whether or not anyone will show up. Using Graph Search, I may locate relevant local event businesses, such as these Pages, and initiate contact with the persons responsible for the Page. If we’ve established a good rapport, I can ask if they’d be interested in sharing information about my party on their Facebook page.
By consistently engaging with Pages, you may grow your network, get new followers, and discover collaboration and advertising possibilities.
Explore the content of other pages for ideas. 3.
For a rapid overview of whose advertising is successful and whose isn’t, nothing beats perusing your News Feed.
I enjoy spending time reading the updates made by my favourite Pages. It’s not just cool stuff like breaking news, fascinating studies, and hilarious pictures that I come across; I also come across postings that went viral and ones that got no play whatsoever. One should take advice from others around them. To what extent is this helpful? Dismiss that! A firm with a following not dissimilar to yours can have you wondering how they get such high levels of interaction from their followers. In addition, you might come across a rival who primarily shares inactive links with their followers.
Once you’ve liked a few pages, you can view the latest and most popular posts from all of them in your newsfeed (accessed by clicking the large Facebook logo in the top left corner). The Facebook mobile applications don’t link to this newsfeed, the style is dated, interest lists can’t be formed, there are no adverts (is that a minus? ), and the feature hasn’t seen significant updates in over two years. Yet even in its current form, you’ll still be able to view all the updates that your “loved Pages” make.