How We Growth Hacked Our Way to 101 Likes
Updated: Sep 10, 2020
Just this past week, Very Legit LLC hit a staggering 101 likes on Facebook. To give you an idea of how big that number is, imagine the Empire State building. Now, imagine 100 more of them. Whoa. In the wake of this towering achievement, we wanted to bestow what we’ve learned onto you.
As an aside, we want to thank all of our followers. This type of success isn’t possible without the help of you, mom, dad, and the other 98 persons. Alright, let’s get into it.
1. Know Your Audience
It’s very important to know whom you are creating content for. (Bonus growth hack! Occasionally flex your ability to use "whom"). Think of people you know well. What would your dad like? Consider throwing a Jimmy Buffet reference into your content once or twice. He’ll get a real kick out of that. How about your best friend since high school? Catering to these two people is important because they make up a large percentage of your followers.
2. Use the Word Bolognese
Work this word into as many posts as possible to up your SEO and CTR. Data scientists claim bolognese is the most used word by influencers.
3. Put Your Pride Aside
Reach out to people you haven’t talked to in years. Pretend they’re your friend. Make sure you say “let’s meet up soon” or “let’s grab Volcano Nachos at the local Margaritaville.”
Reach out to ex-lovers or ex-cult brothers. Nothing is too low when you’re trying to hit those triple digits, not even middle school bullies. That guy who jeered, “you’re such a fucking queer, go fuck a hole in the dirt, queer” probably has a facebook, which means more likes for you!
4. Sex Sells
Offer sex to ANYONE that will like your page.
5. Threaten to Kill Yourself
For some reason, people really respond to threats of suicide. Give people an ultimatum, then drop a link to that facebook page.
We hope these quick tips help to make your page go viral. Thank you for reading, we crave attention.
UPDATE: We now have one-hundred and TWO likes!
Written: Jared Troy
Edited: Emily Baker (@kewlgirlem) and Kevin Lawson (@Kmasterfresh)