There is still value in having a high number of Facebook page likes. If nothing else, Facebook likes serve as a form of social proof. More likes make you look popular to people that are only discovering your brand. And having more Facebook followers gives you higher status with your site.
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If you manage a Facebook company page and run Facebook advertisements, check it out: I’ve stumbled upon a way to let you invite real friends who have engaged with your content to Enjoy your webpage — and you do not have to pay a cent . So far, I give the results a big thumbs up.
Facebook’s “Hidden” Invite Button
Before going further, I want to be clear. This doesn’t seem to be available on every Facebook account so you may or may not have it.
Also, what I will be talking isn’t the invitation option Facebook has given us for years (“Invite friends to enjoy this page”). With that option you’re limited to just inviting your friends.
No, the concealed Invite button I have found is completely different. It opens you up to reach a new and much bigger audience beyond the people who have already Liked your page.
To find out if your account has access to this Invite button, then go to your Facebook Page or the Facebook program (only the regular Facebook app, not the Facebook Pages Manager App, which does not appear to have this feature).
Click on the men and women who engaged with your post. You’ll see three types of buttons:
Invite -- This is the new button I have not seen before. Clicking on this will encourage the individual who engaged with your article to Like your webpage. Liked -- These are the people who have Liked your page already. Invited -- These are the men and women who you have sent an invitation, but have not yet accepted.
Limitations of the New Button
There is a limit to the number of invitations you can send per day. It appears to be somewhere between 500 and 1,000.
As soon as you’ve hit your limit, Facebook will let you know as much. Check back in a day or two to see whether you can begin inviting more people who’ve participated with your posts.
Also, the Invite button appears to come and go a bit randomly. Weirdly, it does not appear every time. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t.
Generally, I’ve been seeing an approval rate between 15 and 20 percent. That’s ridiculously high.
But it makes sense. You’re targeting those who’ve expressed an interest on your page already by liking your updates. I use remarketing so individuals who aren’t connected to me on Facebook will see my ads.
Over the past couple of weeks, I have added almost 1,000 fans using this Invite button. It isn’t spam! You’re adding them organically.
What is super funny is people have even sent thank you notes. They feel honored that I invited them to my page!
I definitely enjoy the conversion rate — 1 in 5 people I invite to engage end up liking my webpage. And you can not beat the cost.
When you run a paid Like campaign, you don’t know for sure who is going to wind up Liking your webpage. It could just be a random person who does not even have interest in your service or product. Totally worthless.
However, with this Invite button, you know people have engaged with your content so they’re prone to Like. Hopefully you can keep biasing them positively toward your brand and turn them from enthusiast to customer.