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8 Tips To Get More Likes And Comments On Facebook


We secretly yearn that our friends will like and comment on each Facebook status we put up, else we wouldn’t have posted something with the intention of communicating with ourselves, right? If you’re lucky, you might get 5-10 comments and likes but if you aren’t, your posts would seem quite ‘lonely’. This doesn’t look good for your profile especially if your Facebook account is a fanpage for your business.

So Just How Do You Garner More Likes And Comments?

Having more friends on Facebook might not be the solution if you just don’t know how to engage your friends/fans, so let’s see what you can do to get more interests in your status updates:

1. Post in the mornings and evenings

Facebook Likes and CommentsSeveral studies conducted have revealed that these are the times that people are the most likely to check their Facebook, most probably upon arrival at the office before the start of a new day or after dinner and a shower.

Of course, common sense tells you too that posting in the middle of the night is unlikely to get you far as your posts would have been pushed down the newsfeed by other posts when morning comes.

2. Comment on others’ statuses too

By regularly interacting with your friends, a bond is formed and they would be more likely to check out your pages as well as state their views on your posts. Else, some would be obliged to return the favor if you have been regularly commenting on their posts. This explains the close-knit community that bloggers form; they regularly check and comment on each other’s blogs.

3. Ask for opinions

It doesn’t have to be real-world issues like “How would the greenhouse effect affect you?” People turn to Facebook to unwind, so asking such a question is unlikely to get you your desired response. Your question could be something fun like “Should I buy that $3,000 bag or an iPad?” Simple but good enough to get some answers!

4. Stay relevant

This is targeted at those who have business fan pages. Make sure your posts are always relevant to what you do; after all, fans connected with you for a reason.

It is OK to post happenings or news once in a while but if your personal photos and Youtube videos start appearing often, then you should remind yourself of your page’s objective.

5. Post more photos

Analysis of Facebook activities have indicated that photos are the contents that garnered the most likes and comments as compared to status updates, videos and links. It is easy; just ask yourself which would grab your attention easier?

You’d need to read status updates, watch the videos and click on links, which are definitely more tedious than looking at a photo, right? Photos tend to be more interesting too, just as the saying “A picture says a thousand words”.

6. Ask people to like your contents

Sometimes, asking the obvious is the best way to get things done! After posting a short status or photo, add “Like my photo if you think I rock!

It is amazing that you would get more likes by actually asking out loud for people to do so. You would have received at some time a request asking you to vote for a friend’s photo submitted for a contest. What did you do? You voted, right?

7. Ask for help/tips

People are bound to help a damsel (or dude) in distress if they could. People also love to show off that they know something! So the next time you can’t figure out how to get to a place or need to locate a book, just ask on Facebook if anyone can help.

8. Tease or challenge

Don’t you think you are likely to reply to a friend who posted “I did 10km in 32 minutes, can you? 😉” Do you remember the time that the diamond-popping game, Bejeweled, was the craze? We could send invites to our friends challenging them to beat our score. No one likes to be challenged, so say something to taunt them!

These are the 8 simple ways how you can get more people to like and comment on your Facebook status. Whichever method you choose, remember that moderation is the key, so don’t overdo your postings, taunts, challenges and questions.

Your friends are likely to find you annoying if you ‘blast’ them with endless questions and challenges and might ‘unfriend’ you, defeating your very purpose!


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    • suraj

      Evening time is the best time to update anything on Facebook. I observed most of the users start using fb after 4pm.

    • Wallace

      Awesome tips for all the beginners on Facebook! Also, for someone who is struggling to get their pages filled with comments & likes would be very helpful! I try in for 7-9pm time slot as I find most of the users are heavily available on Facebook! Also, the photo trick works for me!

    • Mark Paglina

      This is useful tips and informative information. The best tips is stay relevant, This is targeted at those who have business fan pages. Make sure your posts are always relevant to what you do; after all, fans connected with you for a reason.

    • Mike Reeson

      I am just getting started with my Facebook page for my business, and was stuck when it came to writing the content, and what to post. I'll definitely use this post as a starting off point.

    • Danica Green | Paper Shopping Bags

      Staying active and making your posts or page interesting will attract more users and encourage them to participate in your page.

    • Amit Shaw

      Yes it true Post Time matters lot… My Timing is after 6.00 😀

    • Ifham khan

      Best time for me @8 pm. All friends including bloggers present at that time

    • Alan

      Getting facebook comments is an incredible thing. Posting in the mornings is good because you get to reach people before they go to work. Posting more photos will also help as you stated.

    • Semidoppel

      I agree! All we need to do is to catch our audience's attention. One of our problems is the vast audience itself, they have lots of interests and sometimes we do not know what to publish because of that factor. Thanks for the tips, will keep this in mind!

    • Lakhyajyoti

      Nice post.I never think post timing also matter in social networking site like facebook.Hope your post will help me to get more likes in coming days.

    • John Mike

      No doubt, to get more popularity by positive comments and likes on our posts,…….. sure this does look good for our profile especially if our Facebook account is a fanpage for our business.

    • Nikolay

      Hi. I would actually reform number 5 to Post a photo on each post :). Photos grab the attention and are more sharable. EVEN if you do not have a related photo to what you are saying, post something cool or pretty.

    • Alicia

      Great tips to get more likes and comments on Facebook. I didn't know about the posting timing,… but sounds very logical, maybe I should check what timing work best for me!

    • Becca

      Facebook has now been a bridge between the actual consumers and the companies. It is a great place to reach your target market. All you have to is execute it properly, just like the ones you’ve mentioned.

    • Brian D. Hawkins

      Great advice Jasmine, a lot of it is interchangeable with all networks. Generating interaction by interacting – I love it. 🙂

    • Amrik @ Monetize Blogging

      Great post… Unlike other social networks, Facebook gives you more flexibility and you can move around many of the boxes. If you put the RSS feed with the links to your blog in a visible space, this alone can generate lots of traffic for you.

    • Ammar Ali

      Post timing matter a lot in getting more likes and comments. I used that method and it works. I got 24 Likes and 30 Comments within 20 mints

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