Get More Likes: Boost Facebook Engagement, NewsFeed Optimization, Turn Your Fan Page Into A Fan Favorite

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Jim Arthur shows you the tactics and strategies of highly successful Facebook fan pages. Discover the simple status updates that work best in your niche. Learn how to get more comments, more LIKES, and more SHARES by including just the right content.

Each concise chapter gives real-word examples.

1. Your Facebook Page Is NOT A Website. Fan Pages vs. Fan Websites.

2. The #1 Secret To A Successful Fan Page. It's all about the sharing. Fan the flames of your fans' passions.

3. Edgerank – How You Can Master It.

4. 3 Keys To Edgerank Success. Relevant, recent and engaging.

5. Always Be Testing. Test these for continuous improvement

6. Understanding LIKES, SHARES, COMMENTS

7. Text Status Updates. For more likes, use these clear calls to action.

8. Photo Updates. For more shares, use these techniques.

9. Get More Comments. These proven questions generate the most comments.

10. Follow The Leaders. How to learn from the leaders in your niche.

11. How To Use Celebrities. Famous people always boost engagement, here's how!

12. Current Events Boost Engagement. Use these tips to leverage current events.

13. FREE Bonuses For You. Get hundreds of highly successful status updates to use on your fan page.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2066 KB
  • Print Length: 57 pages
  • Publisher: Jim Arthur Van Wyck (July 13, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 13, 2012
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Helpful and worthwhile

 on July 19, 2012
By Alan D. Sills
Jim’s book is most definitely worth the fee charged for it. It is practical and I gained at least a half-dozen ideas that I can implement immediately in my business. It is very good for a first edition, there are a few typo’s (and I used the pc/kindle tool to send in suggested corrections), but the essential meaning was never lost in the text.

The path to success in Facebook is content.

 on November 6, 2015
By Robert Smith
The best book on how to succeed with Facebook! This is the only book that gave me the exact way to build a succesful page. Step by step and with lots of examples the book covers all you need for your page readers to click “Like” in an irresistible way. Jim Arthur Van Wyck teaches you what most books will not teach you, how to achieve great content. I found this book looking for a book that would tell me what to put in my page. Most books on Facebook, some of them excellent, gave me marketing techniques, but not a single book until now, with the exception of this one told me how to write and create content for my page. This book taught me what I knew was true about writing. If what makes a great book is great content, the same is true for Facebook. The path to Facebook success is in high quality content, and this book tells you exactly how to achieve it.

I "Like" this book!

 on February 3, 2018
By Fred Bannon RMCM(SS) USN Ret
Facebook is forever changing its rules and policies. Although several years old this book offers sound advise for current day fan pages. Jim Arthur Van Wycks’ suggestions are rooted in the most basic of selling skills… satisfying the customer. Give the customer what they want, copious amounts of good content delivered often and you will get all the “likes” you can handle. I will keep this gem on my carousel to constantly remind me to treat my FB Friends as friends.

Please Don’t Buy This Book

 on July 18, 2012
By mprovd
Jim A. Van Wyck delivers so many practical ways to effectively use Facebook that I’d prefer to be the only one who has his book.

Exactly what you need to go to the next level with Facebook

 on July 18, 2012
By Stacey E. Marmolejo
I’ve been posting and sharing on Facebook for my small business for a couple of years. When Facebook went to the timeline everything seemed to change. Why were some of my followers not even seeing my posts? Was there anything I could do to get the message in front of all my friends? This book explains how this new timeline works. It explains how to get the message in front of more friends and gives easy- to- understand tactics to use Facebook more effectively as a business tool. This book is a fast read of helpful tips. I tried one of the tips and within an hour I saw more “traction” than just about anything I’ve done to date.

Jim Van Wyck: Bringing a Spotlight to Dramatically Increasing FB Likeability

 on July 19, 2012
By Pete Valle
EdgeRank is the new buzzword describing the interaction value of social media. It is increasingly gaining importance and authority with those who value internet pages like Comscore. It is also employed by Facebook to determine how many people get to see your “stuff”.

I Finished It In One Sitting!

 on July 22, 2012
By Rick Avant
I just finished reading “Get More Likes” and was blown away by the large amount of information Jim was able to put in such a compact book. Most authors spend far too much time trying to prove to the world how smart they are by big words and long chapters. Frankly, I prefer “meat” to “mashed potatoes” and Jim succeeds by by passing the fluffy stuff and jumps right into the important things I needed to know to make my Facebook Fan Page move into high gear.

If You Want to be Liked by Facebook, this is the Book for You

 on July 18, 2012
By Donna Renfro
I previewed the table of contents and was so excited by what I saw that I log in to Amazon using my wife’s account.

Great ideas for your fan page

 on July 18, 2012
By Louise Myers
The author runs a very successful Facebook fan page with over 30,000 fans. When I heard he was writing a book on getting more fan page engagement, I couldn’t wait to read it. Now it’s here – and it’s a bargain! You’re sure to get a number of great ideas you can use right away on your fan page.

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