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FaceBook Page with 50K Likes

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Replay, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. Replay

    Replay Junior Member

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    I have a pretty active FaceBook of a singer im working with. She currently has 51K Likes. Does anyone know how I can expand this to 100K ?

    Here is the page: www.facebook.com/misscharlymae
     
  2. SnakePliskin

    SnakePliskin BANNED BANNED

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    Promote it on other social networks. Create her a website or hire a designer and have the main purpose of the site to get facebook likes. Have a modal popup (look it up) and suggest that the visitor of the website, like the page. you would SEO her site for keywords like "Singers in her state, city" or " her genre of music is her home state, city" There are other ways to do it with a website too. You can message me if you want to bounce ideas around
     
  3. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    How did it get to where it is now? Advertising?
    If you aren't already using FB ads, start using them. You don't have to start some huge campaign - I've had great results (at a small-ish scale like yours - 50k-100k) using just $5/day. Many have done better than me, I'm sure.

    You can also launch some kind of viral marketing campaign. I'm a little confused as to what the image she's going for is - she has a refined, strong voice and her music is somewhat jazzy, but her look is kind of dirty - like the pop star who grew up and is now trying to be some kind of sex symbol.
    I can't remember who it was, but some (attractive) female singer of some metal-ish kind of band posed naked, but not in a particularly revealing way, for PETA or something. Went pretty viral and I'm sure they picked up a few thousand fans along the way. This kind of stuff happens all the time, and the story I just mentioned could be looked at as more of a general anecdote than a literal telling.
    Think of something that has viral potential and execute.
    Or spend some money on FB ads and hit your goal of 100k fans.
     
  4. errabbaa

    errabbaa Registered Member

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    Try to use targeted facebook Ads.
    Some times is so profitable
     
  5. Gadsden

    Gadsden Newbie

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    You could always buy likes.
     
  6. The Mentalist

    The Mentalist Power Member

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    First, take the profile of your client down.

    Second, try to be more professional next time, that was a huge mistake.

    Third, find related pages, buy shares from them, optimize some FB ads.

    Fourth, there are no magic tricks for FB likes, just common sense solutions, so just think about your problem first.
     
  7. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    What are you talking about? He didn't state a single thing that he's actually done to it, he just asked for suggestions.
     
  8. Gadsden

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    here you go, sport:

     
  9. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    No need to be sardonic. I read the post, but there was no context given.
    What was a huge mistake? Why would he take down his client's fanpage with 50k likes? How can he be more professional? He didn't give a single detail about his methodology.
    If he bought all of his fans on fiverr then you could reasonably justify taking the page down - though some would dispute that - but he didn't imply that.