said 8 months, 1 week ago:
I suggest my clients look at tangential pages and Like those which would be appropriate. Let’s say that client is an entrepreneurial cookie maven. They would Like the pages of the following:
- Food Magazines
- Kitchen Equipment Suppliers
- Retailers of kitchen equipment and decor
- Trade Shows/Organizations for the food industry
- Pages of others who have good content and are tangentially related: events and party planners, sellers of other food items like salsa, barbecue sauce, fruit drinks, and so on…
Keep an eye on the feed and comment as appropriate to the posts by these Liked Pages. Like comments posted by others to the posts of these pages(when the comment is worth Liking, of course)
Share items from these pages. A video on a baker creating a special cake would *probably* be of interest to the cookie entrepreneurs audience, for example.
This is an organic, albeit slow-moving, way to entice people to click through to that cookie maven’s page. Most likely, those who do so are actually within the target market.
As I said, this is slow-going at first, and takes actually commitment, but it is really part of what social networking is about – and as time goes on, the Likes will come more quickly.