This method below are some trick How to get more likes on facebook
Post often, but not too often. Posting often increases your visibility on people's timelines, making it less possible for your posts to be overlooked or skimmed over. If you can become known for posting interesting and funny status updates, photos and videos, people will be more likely to stop and take notice when your name appears on their feed. The more people who actually pay attention to what you're posting, the more people who'll be inclined to like each post. A word of warning though, posting too often will just clog up people's feeds and they'll become tired of it, which may lead them to hide you from their timeline or possibly unfriend you - not what you want at all!
A good guideline to follow is about 1 to 2 posts a day, everyday. According to an analysis done by KissMetrics, posting 1 -2 times a day increases other Facebook users' engagement by 40%
Post more photos and videos. People are very visually-oriented, so photos and videos are more likely to capture people's attention than wordy status updates. It only takes about half a second for a person to take in a picture, so it requires very little effort, and they can respond to it almost immediately. Interesting or funny videos are also a great way to get likes, but you may need to include a comment which entices people to watch the video in the first place, something enigmatic and intriguing like "This video is so funny I snorted milk through my nose" or "I can't believe this video is for real...needs to be seen to be believed!"
- Tagging friends and acquaintances in pictures is also a great way to get likes and possibly make new friends. People are narcissistic and like to see pictures of themselves (as long as they're flattering!) so get tagging and start rolling in the likes.
- With camera phones and apps like Vine and Instagram it's now so easy to upload your own high-quality videos featuring you and your friends. Again, people are more interested in things involving themselves, so a tagged video of your friends reenacting Katy Perry's new music video will probably get more likes than if you posted the official Katy Perry video itself.
- Unlike Twitter, you're not technically limited to 160 characters or less, but you should seriously consider imposing this rule on yourself!
- Of course, if you have a blog, you're more than welcome to share a link to these in-depth musings on your Facebook page. Once you've built up a reputation for posting interesting and unique status updates, people might be more inclined to click through to your blog.
- "Calling all techies! My computer is refusing to install the new version of iTunes...help please?" or "Anyone tried that new pizza place downtown? I need a cheese-y carb fix - stat!" Just be sure to reply to any respondents quickly so they'll be willing to help you out again in future.
- Do not abuse the question system though, you shouldn't ask questions that are too personal or that require too much effort from other users. For example, asking people whether a certain picture "makes you look fat" is a definite no-no, while asking people for an explanation of how to make a PowerPoint presentation is just lazy. Google it.
Like other people's posts. Sometimes you just need to establish a mutual "liking" relationship with another person, especially if you're not particularly close to them in real life. Even if someone enjoys or appreciates something you posted, they may hold back from liking it because they're afraid of seeming weird when you don't know each other well. In this scenario, you should be the one to break the ice by liking one of their posts first. This way they'll feel more comfortable, or maybe even obliged, to like yours back. It's a win-win situation!
- If you really don't know the other person all that well, you should be somewhat scrupulous in the posts you choose to like. For example, you should avoid liking a post that says something like "Just broke up with my boyfriend of 6 months - happy to be single again!" If you're barely acquaintances with this person, or if you happen to be friends with their boyfriend, it will seem weird if you like it.
- You should also avoid liking posts where the person is obviously upset or frustrated about something. For example, you shouldn't randomly like a post that says "My childhood dog just died at 15 years of age. RIP Fido, you will be greatly missed. :(" That would just be mean.
- Try to think of something funny or weird that happened to you and write about that. Or if you're brave, describe an embarrassing situation you found yourself in, such as calling your Spanish professor "Mom" or knocking over a cart full of pineapples at the supermarket.
- If you can't be funny, use someone else's humor instead. Search for an entertaining joke on the internet and post it to your wall, or share a particularly clever version of a popular meme. You may not have come up with it yourself, but you'll still get all the credit.
- You should also nix on the enigmatic or overly-vague posts which are clearly designed to elicit a sympathetic "what's wrong?" or "what happened?" Posts like "worst day of my life" or "some people have no shame" are two such examples.
- Posts like "I hate my hair! I wish it would just do as it's told for once!" are on the borderline. If you're known for your crazy, flyaway curls then it's probably acceptable. If, however, you usually look like you just stepped out of a Pantene commercial and could easily be mistaken for Serena van der Woodsen's long-lost sister, you will receive no mercy from the Facebook Gods and probably no likes.
- If you must post these kinds of statuses, at least try to keep them tongue-in-cheek by acknowledging that you're looking for attention. Use a clever hashtag (yes, you can do that on Facebook now) or simple "haha!" to show that you are not entirely serious.
Post at strategic times of day. Pay attention to your own Facebook habits and keep an eye on chat to see who's online and when. Then use this information to figure out the best times of day to post a status, so you can maximize the number of potential likes. Generally speaking, people are more likely to check their Facebook first thing in the morning and later on in the evening, after school or at work. Therefore you should time your posts to coincide with such periods of high activity.
- If you post things at unsociable hours, such as late at night or on a weekday afternoon, you may be disappointed by the number of likes your post receives. In this case, a lack of likes may have nothing to do with the quality of the post, but rather its poor timing.
- You will also need to consider external factors which may influence people's Facebook use. For instance, if it's a beautiful day, people will be less inclined to be inside on their computers, or if there's a big music festival or sports event on over the weekend, people may not check their Facebook til Monday. Try to save your best statuses for times when you know they'll be seen.
Cheat. So there are a few sneaky tricks you can try if you're really desperate for likes. One of the most popular is to post a status that says "Like for a number". Then you will proceed to send anyone who likes the status a random number via private message. Once that's done, you will start commenting beneath your previous status, stating each number and giving a short description of the person that number was assigned to.
- For example, if your friend Jessica liked your status and you sent Jessica the number 17 in a private message, you might comment "17 - One of the craziest people I've ever met - so fun to be around!" This way, Jessica will know you're talking about her, but nobody else will!
- Do the same for every person who liked your status...once enough people catch on to what you're doing, they'll want a piece of the action! A word of advice though - keep your "opinions" upbeat and complimentary, nobody wants to be insulted on Facebook, even if it's anonymous!
- Another, similar option is to post a status that says "Like for a H.O" (or just ho). H.O. stands for "honest opinion", so once a person likes your status you will send them a private message with your "honest" opinion of them (note the air quotes). Be nice - you're trying to win friends, not alienate them.