Your best fans are busy fans. Be sensitive about sending too many messages. Make the message personal – and use your human voice, not “marketing- speak”. Make each message count by making it about them – not your organization. Always include a specific request for action that creates value for them.
If people are real fans, they will want to share what you have – either through messaging their friends, or posting to their profile. All you have to do is ask.
Engaging members in useful discussions Share an article and ask specific question Participants learn, share and get to know each other
Like google does with its doodle, change your profile photos often
Share “new” things from your self Share “good” stuff from your competing friends
Pictures Videos Links to Useful & Interesting Blogs/Pages/Sites
When people comment on a your wall post, please comment back. They’ll feel a stronger sense of belonging when their thoughts and feelings are valued. If you don’t have time to comment on posts, keep planting seeds by liking comments.
Make sure you’ve set up the Notes Application to import your Blog Posts. This is an easy way to automate a stream of great on content on your Page and drive traffic back to your blog.
Install facebook toolbars in your Browser to save time and effort with your Facebook actions › Search Facebook from anywhere. › Get notifications about friend requests, messages, event invitations, and group invitations. › Check out your friends’ profile pictures and statuses, and interact with them on Facebook.
Give your Biggest followers, Fans and those who wants to do more the administrative rights to your Group or Page.
Facebook Pages provides many ways to measure the results of your actions so that you can quickly decide what’s working and what’s not. These reports enable you see what types of content your fans prefer and how they like to engage with that content.