I'm wondering how you get more traffic to facebook. I've got all my friends and family from local and high school. I've liked different things, writers groups etc.. local newspapers and other stuff, but was wondering how to rapidly increase your traffic. I know there is always a paid ad but was wondering if there are other ways.
I am FB illiterate. What exactly would be gained by having lots of FB traffic?
Are you referring to a Facebook fan page? What's the topic?
maybe facebook fan page. not sure what that is. I'm creating a website on vistaprint for my paperdolls and will be searching for ways to advertise about that. That would be the reason for getting more traffice to my facebook page. I have created pages on facebook for my paperdoll site and one for my site on hubpages.
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