Apply Facebook Popup to Get More Likes and Shares

          The social networks have become so popular these days that it’s almost impossible to live or work without engaging in any of them. One of the social platforms that has gained significant popularity in our days is Facebook. The latter has become so prominent that both the young and the old have Facebook accounts. You know people are chatting, showing off, sharing information, making new acquaintances, boosting their businesses on Facebook. The latter is of special interest to us. Thus, if you wish to get more customers through spreading information about your business, you should apply different Facebook marketing strategies. You should attract people in different ways to get them like and/or share your website, business page, as well as posts on Facebook. For example, business owners use special incentives to allure their friends and followers. They come up making mutually beneficial offers asking to like, share and comment their posts. In return, they offer some discount to one of the participants selected through a comment picker. Additionally, you can invite your friends to like your page, you can also share your post in other relevant and targeted groups. Another useful strategy is posting engaging and entertaining videos thus promoting your product and/or showing how it works. If you have a business website, one of the most effective ways to promote it is updating it with useful materials and products, then spreading the word about it on the major social platforms. By the way, you don’t have to be busy sharing your posts and products all day long. Your offers can be actively shared and liked on Facebook while you are busy with something else. The marketing strategy that works such wonders is called Facebook popup. Want to know how it works? Then, let’s go ahead!

          In the scope of this article we would like to speak about the effectiveness of a Facebook popup – a compact window that attracts visitors’ attention once it appears on a computer screen. It comes up with an offer to like or to share a page. Let’s take a look at a sample Facebook popup.

Now, let’s get through the process of its creation. Both general popup options and specific Facebook options participate in the creation of a beautiful and effective Facebook popup. Come along to explore the functionalities Facebook options come up with.

If you leave the Url field blank, your visitors will like and/or share the page they are on at the moment. But if you specify another url in the corresponding field, your visitors will like and share the mentioned webpage. Then there comes the layout option. Through this option you can determine the arrangement of the buttons and show the number of likes your website received showing:

 

  • count in a text,
  • count inside the box,
  • count inside the button,
  • only buttons without the count.

Through the versatile features it’s also possible to hide share button which can be done by checking the “Don’t show share button” option.

In Conclusion

The advanced web technologies allow your website and posts to be liked and shared on Facebook while you are busy with something else. One of the most rewarding strategies to ensure this is crafting an attractive Facebook popup and placing it on your website. The popup is intended to be compiled of a persuasive text message, a relevant and beautiful image and the specific Facebook popup features – like and share buttons. The latter can have different arrangement depending upon your choice. All these specific features, as well as general popup functionalities will direct you step by step through the delightful process of popup creation. Ultimately, you will enjoy a compact and beautiful Facebook popup and the multiple likes and shares added up due to this strategy.

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