Photo Album Stack: Learn My #1 Secret That Got Over 250,000 Likes On This Page And Takes Less Than 5 Minutes Per Day
Does the idea of having 100,000 or more Facebook likes seem like far-fetched dream? Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up in the morning to hundreds of new Facebook likes without having to spend a dime of your hard-earned money on Facebook ads? Imagine how amazing it would feel to have 10,000, 50,000 or 100,000 people who have liked your business page, who are real fans, who direct traffic to your website and then pay you well for your products and services. The number one technique I have proven for organically growing your Facebook page is called the “Photo Album Stack” and this is what you will learn in this video:
- Totally FREE fan page growth
- 100% organic growth
- Your photos shared virally.
- Huge social proof
- Something that doesn’t take a lot of time--just five minutes per day.
I have used this exact technique to grow two different Facebook fan pages to over 300,000 fans each. A client of mine went from 14,000 likes to over 24,000 likes in just three months. Another one went from 146 likes to over 5,472 new likes per week. All of this massive growth was free due to viral sharing.
How does this work? It’s simple.
Most people post photos to their page’s Facebook timeline. You DON’T want to do that. Instead you want to add photos to the SAME photo album each time you post. When you do this, Facebook automatically posts the recently added photos to your timeline. These newly added photos also show up in the newsfeed of anyone who has liked your page. This is important because 95% of the viral action that happens on Facebook takes place on people’s newsfeeds. People don’t spend time on your fan page, they spend time on their newsfeed looking at whatever shows up there, usually posts from their friends and pages they have “Liked.” You want your status updates seen by the largest number of people because that creates massive social proof which helps your content spread virally. When I’m creating a photo stack, I like posting nine photos at a time because it creates an eye-catching 3x3 layout that looks great in people’s newsfeeds. When you keep adding photos to the same album you accumulate “likes” to that album over time. Every time you add new photos to that album, Facebook re-posts the album in your newsfeed. It also re-posts how many “likes”, “shares” and “comments” have accumulated for the whole album. This makes it easier for you to grow via social proof. When people see that your posts have so many likes, they are very likely to click the like button , to share and to comment. Social proof. To implement the “Photo Album Stack" Technique
- Go to the photos and click on “albums” on your Facebook page. Choose an existing photo album or create a new one.
- Add nine new photos.
- Click post photos.