Since you can surf and comment on Facebook using your Page profile, the sky’s the limit on getting those fans. Here’s one tip that takes just 5-10 minutes a day to get more Facebook “likes.” The Facebook Bread Trail Method.

This two step process is easy, fun and a great way to find your fans on Facebook.

(Remember, this is all to be done using your facebook Page, not your personal profile. See below for how to use Facebook as your Page)

1. Find five Facebook pages where your fans could be hiding and Like them using your own Page profile.

Think outside of the box here. Don’t go where your colleagues are, go where your customers are. If you make beanies for example, you could check out the Facebook Page of a Ski lodge or a mountain vacation destination or vistor’s bureau. If you sell homegoods, why not go big and check out HGTV’s page.

2. Every day schedule five minutes to surf and comment on those five Facebook pages where you think your clients or fans may be.

There’s just one important rule here: don’t spam! Don’t simply leave a link to your site or ask for a “like”. Instead, add value to that Page’s wall. Answer or ask questions for other fans. Jump in and join the conversation by commenting on updates. Just be real, be genuine and always remember that you are representing your brand.

The Facebook bread trail

Being active on relevant Facebook pages where your potential fans may be hiding all while using your Page profile, is like leaving a yummy little bread trail back to your home on Facebook. So go ahead, throw out some bread crumbs and lead more fans your way.

How to surf Facebook as your Page:

● Log in to Facebook
● Click on drop down arrow in the upper right hand corner
● In the drop down select, “Use Facebook as”
● Choose your page
● Surf, connect and count your new Likes!

Have you ever tried the bread trail method on Facebook?

The Facebook Bread Trail Method takes just 5-10 minutes a day to get more Facebook “likes” by surfing and commenting on Facebook using your Page profile.


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