1 Simple Hack to Getting 1000 Likes on Facebook – – Mindvalley
Have you found that no matter what you share on Facebook you can’t even get 100 likes? Today I’m going to share with you one simple hack that’ll get you 1,000 likes for free, using one simple tool.
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That’s right, you heard me correctly, I’m not going to go over how to get 100 likes, I’m going to go over how to get 1,000 likes, and best of all it’ll be without spending $1 on paid advertising.
So what is this simple hack that’ll get you over 1000 likes?
It’s called Mobile Monkey, it’s a free tool, I have no association with them, and I started using it and my traffic just started skyrocketing from Facebook.
Here’s what I learned by using it. One, right now everyone is all about chat bots. So you see sites like Intercom and Drift, and you’re doing these chats on your website. You can use them, they’re expensive.
Why not use a free solution that’ll also help you get more traffic from Facebook.
So go to Mobile Monkey, sign up and put their chat bot on your site. As people chat with you, and you can chat, just like you can with Intercom and Drift, through Mobile Monkey, you can engage with people, they’ll start subscribing automatically to your Facebook messenger list.
Best of all they do this without GDPR issues.
So, as you’re getting in more people you’ll notice that you’re building up your base.
Think of it like an E-mail base, but on Facebook.
Two, you can also connect Mobile Monkey with your fan page. So once you connect it with your fan page and people start messaging and interacting with you on Facebook they’ll also subscribe to your list.
This will help build up your audience overall.
Three, then anytime you have a post or anything that you want traction for on Facebook, tell all your people to go check it out.
And in Mobile Monkey you can do a blast and when you’re doing a blast they’ll get all notified about your latest post and they’ll start liking it.
But the key to this isn’t just to send them that post and tell everyone go like it, it’s to tell them go like and comment on it because what you’ll find out is on Facebook the biggest key to the algorithm is comments. The more comments that you get on anything you share the more viral your content goes.
That’s why you want to encourage them to like and comment.
So when you’re publishing on Facebook, that post, that video, that status update, ask them to leave a comment in it, create something that’s engaging so they want to leave a comment.
For example, I’ll ask questions like how many Facebook likes do you get? That’s an example of asking for a comment.
And by asking them for a like and comment you’ll notice that a ton of those people will because they’re already on Facebook.
When they read that message they’re on Facebook.
And what you’ll find with your Mobile Monkey list is you should have an open rate of 60% on the low end, but typically it’s 70, 80 plus percent, and your click through rates in many cases are over 30%.
I know that sounds ridiculous, but that beats E-mail out. Most cases people are like I get 10, 20% open rates on my E-mail. I’m talking about 30 plus percent click rates, not even open rates, these are clicks, that’s how powerful it is.
Do that and you will get more traffic on Facebook or even from Facebook and you should be able to get over 1000 likes.
If you don’t believe me, test it out, and if you don’t get the results leave a comment below and I’ll teach you what you’re doing wrong so you can get 1000 likes, that’s how confident I am that this one simple hack works because I’m using it like it’s nobody’s business.
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