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Invite All Friends to Like Your Page at Once

Marketing to your friends on Facebook can get annoying fast – legging groups come to mind immediately – but there are times when it really works.

Maybe you started a new business and you think your friends would like to support you.

Or perhaps you’re hosting a special event, and you want to give all of your friends the chance to come enjoy themselves.

One-by-one invites are a pain in the…fingers.

Here are some cautions before you start inviting all of your friends to like your new page, follow your new blog, or join your new Facebook group:

Marketing to Friends on Facebook – a Caution

There is no such thing as a business that is good for “everyone.”

Sorry, it just doesn’t exist.

No matter how widely used your product or how useful your widget, there are still people in the world who don’t buy toilet paper, don’t like the taste of water, or don’t use any kind of technology.

The same is true of your friends list.

In most cases, not everyone on your Facebook friends list is a viable candidate for your product or service.

Plus, remember this:

Facebook Friends are Facebook Friends

You don’t have a close personal relationship with everyone on your Facebook friends list, unless you’re Facebook friends with 10 people or less.

Your casual acquaintances, coworkers, and casual friends are actually less likely to support your Facebook marketing efforts than complete strangers.

There’s a saying:

You can’t be a prophet in your own town.

People that know you only a little bit know some good things about you, and they probably also know some of your traits that they don’t particularly like.

When you’re mega-successful, those people will come around.

But for now, keep your expectations low.

The vast majority of people on your Facebook friends list aren’t going to become fans of your blog or business just yet.