When it comes to promoting your business campaign online, having an ample amount of followers is more than just a number. They help your business to grow, attract more followers and even motivate you to post better and greater content.
However sometimes, regardless of what you may do, your followers’ count start going downhill leaving you in an utter state of helplessness.
Therefore, here are 6 great ways of gaining all those followers back.
1- Be more active
Perhaps the biggest reason your followers get tired of your page is due to your own lack of interest in it. Try being more active and engaged in your social media page by updating your feed after every few hours or by commenting on your posts every once in a while. This helps to show your followers that you care so that they may never think of unfollowing you again.
2- Post more frequently
The social media of today works in the strangest way possible that the minute you stop posting no matter how popular you once used to be, people lose all their interest in your page and immediately go on this unfollowing spree. So try posting regularly making sure not to overdo it since it may come off quite annoying.
3- Use hashtags
Nobody likes a long bore read especially when it is on a social media page. Therefore, one of the easiest ways of keeping your followers interests intact is by using hashtags. Tons of hashtags. Try using the most commonly used ones so that you may be able to reach out to more and more people.
4- Follow back your followers
This is another brilliant tactic of keeping your followers’ count on the rise since people usually tend to continue following those who follow them back.
There is none denying the fact that followers love free giveaways. They help your followers to stay interested in your page and also enables them to recommend your page to their friends as well leading to an increase in your followers’ count.
6- Promote your page
Try promoting your page furthermore by posting ads about it on various social media. Go out on conferences and/or do gigs or meetups so that more people can get to know about you and your page personally and follow you.