I’ve talked about Twiends a fair bit on my blog in the past few weeks as it’s a relatively new discovery for me but one that is working well already and on relative auto-pilot (there’s rarely any such thing as complete automation – you have to at least keep an eye on it).
Twiends is a site that allows you to sign up and then get credits (called ‘seeds’) by viewing More facebook likes YouTube videos, following them on Twitter and liking their pages on Facebook. As you accumulate credits, you can spend them by ‘paying’ other people with them to view your videos, follow you on Twitter and like your pages on Facebook.
Better still, there is also a paid option where you can buy credits and then have lots more people like your page.
The best way to start using Twiends is to sign up and then add your Facebook profile to the ‘Settings’ area under the Facebook part of that section. Once you’ve done that you can choose which pages you want to promote using Twiends. Once you’ve selected them, you can either start viewing other people’s videos and liking other people’s pages, or you can buy some credits (‘seeds’) with which to get more likes.
The downside to this method is that the likes can be untargeted, so it’s good for building an initial groundswell of interest but not great for a targeted following (which is ultimately what you need to aim for).
The upside is that you can get a lot of likes quickly, especially if you only use Twiends for Facebook likes and not for any of the other services it offers. The more services you use, the more each service gets diluted by the other services taking up your credits.
My strategy for Twiends is to add my new Facebook pages that I created the week before to the site then purchase 1200 credits. This gives the pages a quick boost of fans, some of whom will be targeted, some of whom won’t. Either way it will trigger a certain amount of viral interest on Facebook which will add more targeted fans to the page.
The following Monday, I do the same again, only with the new pages I’ve created. Meanwhile, I use the other strategies I’ve talked about in this series to continue building the first set of pages. And so on, building pages, boosting their numbers then allowing them to go viral or by applying my Fiverr strategy.
Hope that all makes sense. Right, on with my final method to get more fans on Facebook.
This short article is actually an extract from my full article on how to get more fans on Facebook [http://www.adventuresininternetmarketing.net/how-to-get-more-fans-on-facebook-7-ways-to-increase-facebook-fans/]. In the full version, you’ll discover 7 ways to increase facebook fans that you can start applying right now to your Facebook pages.