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My Secret to Getting Brands to Talk About Me on Facebook [VIDEO]

Today on the {tripleSdaily} I’m cluein’ you in on how I get other brands to talk about me on their Facebook wall. Drives conversation and drives new “likes”… even though I usually only like having Facebook fans that are already a fan of my content.
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Amy Schmittauer is Founder and Face of SavvySexySocial.com. Leading the charge in video blogging for business, Amy has grown a following for the site that has amassed more than 1.2 million video views and become a vital referral source consultancy and public speaking career. She is a proud beagle mom, coffee addict and shares most of her life via video and on Twitter. A true social media frenzy. Connect with her on Twitter.
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BradleyEricSmith
BradleyEricSmith

Great tip Amy. I have a few more:

1. If you want to start/build a following on any social network, use an existing source. For example, if you're an established business, then you probably already have consistent web traffic and a nice email list. Put something of value behind a like wall, and incentivize people to join your Facebook community. 2. Run a lot of promotions. You can give away your own products and services to make it less expensive. First, run promotions for your existing fans with a viral component. For example, have the winner be the person with the most votes. That draws in other fans and that individual's own friends. You can also do a cross-promotion with a related company. For example, find a company with a large Facebook presence that will partner with you. Use a service like http://www.wildfireapp.com/ to take care of Facebook's Promotional Guidelines headaches. You organize, manage, and pay the set up fees for the promotion, and have the other company help you promote it to your audience. Hope those help!