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Easy Way to Invite All Facebook Friends to Like a Page in One Click

Don’t you find it an awful waste of time to invite each of your friends to like your new Facebook page? It’s quite annoying to click the Invite button for each of your friends, especially if you have a slow Internet connection and hundreds of friends. Let’s say it takes you 3 seconds on average to invite each friend to like your Facebook page. With 500 friends, that’s 1,500 seconds or 25 minutes of boring yourself to death!

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Well, today’s your lucky day! You’ll learn about a couple of methods that can allow you to invite all your friends in Facebook to like your page. If you have a Facebook page that’s designed to promote your business or a cause that you believe in, then these methods will significantly help you get more of your friends (and their friends and the friends of their friends) to become your Facebook fans. Let’s start:

How to Invite All Your Facebook Friends to Like Your Page in One Click

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1. Chrome Extension – The “Invite All Friends on Facebook” is an add-on for the Google Chrome Web browser. Simply navigate to this page using your Chrome browser. Then, install this extension.

Once this extension has been successfully installed, you’ll see an icon in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser. This will appear each time you go to Facebook using your Chrome browser.

What you need to do is log into the Facebook account whose friends you’d want to invite to like your Facebook page. Then, navigate to your Facebook page and hit the button to invite all friends.

A window will then pop up with the names of all the friends of the currently logged in account that you’re using. Simply hit the icon of the extension that you just installed. Again, this icon is found in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser and will be displayed when you’re in Facebook.

Afterwards, wait for a few seconds. Depending on the speed of your Internet connection and device, not to mention the number of your friends – All your friends will receive an invitation to like your Facebook page in no time!

Wasn’t that quick and easy? Don’t forget to share this with your family and friends. You’ll help them do the same thing for their own Facebook pages!

2. JavaScript Code – This is another quick and simple way to invite all friends of any Facebook account to like a page. No, you don’t need to be a tech wiz to do this!

Just log into Facebook using the account whose friends you’d want to invite to like your page. Then, navigate to your Facebook page. Afterwards, hit the button to invite all friends.

When the pop-up is displayed in your screen, press F12 on your keyboard. A console box will appear. Enter this JavaScript code into that box:

var inputs = document.getElementsByClassName(‘uiButton _1sm’); for(var i=0; i<inputs.length;i++) { inputs[i].click(); }

At this point, hit the button. The invitation will be sent to all the Facebook friends of the account that you used. This will invite them to like the Facebook page where you pressed F12 in your keyboard.

Both these methods have been recently tested this year and proven to still work as of this writing. Many users recommend these methods. In fact, the Chrome extension mentioned earlier has more than 600,000 users worldwide!

Plus, this Chrome extension works with Facebook Events. Just simply go to your event page using your Chrome browser. Then, hit the button to invite all friends, and when the pop-up window appears with the names of your friends – Simply hit the icon of this extension, which is found in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser. The friends of the account that you used will receive invitations to your event! Wasn’t that quick and easy?

Do you know other convenient and simple to follow methods to invite all friends in Facebook to like any page? Feel free to use the comments box below.

Omer Cetin

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