Facebook Fans Vs Facebook Likes. What’s The Difference?
If you’re counting on a Facebook fan page to help you build your following, increase your traffic, and boost your online profits, it’s important you understand the fan page ground rules. They are subtle, and often misunderstood, but important.
When a visitors like your Facebook fan page page very good things happen.
Facebook starts showing them your new posts, which bring more likes and shares, and possibly creating a viral loop snowball effect. More people seeing your posts also means more commenting and clicking, which in turn allows you to build a list, and make profits. Lot’s of recurring profits!
Those are things, as an internet marketer, you’ll probably already know. But did you know that when people like a post on your fan page, it’s not the same as a like for your actual fan page itself?
It’s true, and it means that while a large number of likes on your posts can give you short traffic bursts, it will likely fade away as fast as it arrived. But more importantly, Facebook will not show your future posts in the timelines of people who liked only your individual posts. That only occurs when people like your actual Facebook page.
Without an automated method to invite your post-liker’s to also become your page-liker’s you’re left spinning your wheels and leaving a lot of money on the table in the process. While you can invite people who liked posts manually, one by one, that would be extremely time consuming to do every day. And who’s got time for that?
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