How to Grow Your Facebook Page By Sharing Viral Videos

June 8, 2017   /   byAbby  / Categories :  Feeds

Today I have a quick and super effective Facebook hack to share with you. It’s all about viral videos, but don’t worry – you don’t have to create the videos yourself. You’ll be sharing viral videos other people have already made and then taking advantage of the Facebook algorithm to grow your own page’s following.

I can’t take credit for this tip. I actually learned about it from Mei Pak in a workshops she taught at Midwest Craft Con a year and half ago and I know that Mei had just learned it from someone else. I figured I would share it with you just in case you haven’t learned about it yet.

I made a short and sweet screencast for you to show you how it works. Take a look!

Have you tried this? If you haven’t yet, I encourage you to give it a go and then report back here and tell us what happened. I saw results right away when I first started doing this and I continue to see great results from it. And the best part is it’s free and it’s entirely kosher. Nothing shady going on here.

A larger and more engaged Facebook audience is good for business and I hope this tip is helpful to you.

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