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How to Invite Someone to Like My Facebook Business Page

A while ago I was asked “How do you get someone to like your Facebook business page?” The question hit me like a ton of bricks, and then I burst into laughter. My answer was “Easy as one two three.” In other words, it is pretty darned simple. Let’s face it, if you have an internet connection you can go to Facebook and create a page for your business almost instantly. You should do this right away because the more pages you have the higher your ranking will be on the social networking site.

To start with, I recommend that you use a burner application to get people to like your Facebook page. This is a software program that is simply used to “burn” a webpage so that the code does not get wiped out when you go to like or sign in to your account. This software will give you a nice webpage that has all of your business information on it. Plus it will also prompt you each time someone goes to like your page to invite them to like your page on Facebook.

Now, you will probably want to change the title of your burner application if you don’t want to use it to invite people to like your Facebook page. However, if you really don’t want to use this application to get people to like your Facebook page, you can create a custom Facebook page by yourself. To do this you will have to go to Facebook and click on “Applications.” Then scroll down to “Pages.” Once you are there, click on “Create new page.”

When you click “Create page” you will be given 3 choices: Privacy settings, Favorite Items, and my Bio section. You will want to choose your privacy options first. Once you have done so you will click “Save” and you will be given a page that resembles a blog. Now you will need to click “dule events” and your Facebook page will start to show up in the list of events.

You will notice that the events are arranged in chronological order. Therefore, if you would like someone to be informed of events regarding your business, you will want to add events in the calendar in order of when they are scheduled. This means to the right of the calendar and to the left of the next event is the date, duration, and place. You can also use this software to set up photo shoots, giveaways, meet-ups, and more!

If you are wondering how to invite someone to like my Facebook business page, you will want to do so with the proper keywords. The words I use in my invite are what will make it effective. For example, if I were selling dog grooming classes, I would say something along these lines: “Check out our schedule of classes. We’ll start with puppy care, then move on to training classes for dogs over a few months.” This is just one example, the ideas are endless.

The next step in how to invite someone to like my Facebook business page is to create the invite. To do this you will need to login to Facebook, scroll down to the bottom and click on “Advertising”. In the advertisement section you will need to scroll down to where it says “Create an invite”. You will then be able to click on “Create”. Once you have done so, you will be given a link to a page where you can fill out the details of your invitation. Some of the things you will need to include are your name, email address, and Facebook URL.

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One other thing that you might also want to take note of when it comes to how to invite someone to like my Facebook business page is to have your photo in the invitation. A lot of people don’t know this but Facebook actually allows you to upload a photo to your invitation. So you may want to upload a picture of you or your company office. This not only makes your page look more professional but it will also attract more attention to your page. If you want to get the ball rolling on how to invite someone to like my Facebook business page then all you need to do is go to the page, look for an option to upload a photo, then choose “Yes” to confirm your invitation. It really is very simple!


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