Make your own Facebook Like decal or sign

Facebook Like This TemplateFacebook’s been mailing “Like” signs to small businesses to encourage use of their fan pages. But suppose you didn’t get one from Zuck? Or maybe you need more than one? Rest easy! This Photoshop template will help you get rolling – just download it, edit in Photoshop, and be on your way.

Facebook Like Sign Template, PSD file, 700K

Facebook Like Sign Template, PNG file, 29K

You will need the Lucida Grande font to match as closely as possible Facebook’s font for consistency’s sake.

If you don’t have Photoshop, use the image editor of your choice to edit the PNG file version, just trim out the yourfanpage section and substitute with your own fan page address.

Examples:

Example like signs

Example like signs


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  • http://www.jontusmedia.com/ Jon Buscall

    Fabulous stuff! Thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/jasonmalone jasonmalone

    This is a great idea. Companies that provide online services should consider helping thier small business partners and clients with the same type of give away.

  • http://www.twitter.com/drewmgriffin drewmgriffin

    Outstanding Chris. Thanks for your efforts.

  • http://twitter.com/LyriqueTragedy Dawn

    Can someone explain to me the value of having people “like” your fan page? Sure, it's ego boosting, and sure it reflects some preliminary number of people who actually visited the page and thought enough to click the button, but what does it really reflect, and what's the value of accumulating those “likes” to begin with? People also “like” fictional characters, sayings, concepts, and seasons, so I just wonder about the quality of this kind of PR/Marketing push or means of tabulating brand/company approval. To me, this is no different from accumulating Twitter followers. Some are genuine, others click anything put in front of them. Others are bots. I just think this is a huge miss-step in using social media in marketing. There are other ways to calculate effectiveness in marketing and brand approval, and I worry that companies are going to try and put weight on something that is so uncertain and unreliable.

  • Kivey

    Thank you Chris! This is a great tool!

  • http://socialbutterflyguy.com/ DJ Waldow

    @Chris – Love it! Love that you share this type of stuff…

    @Jason – Oh. Hi. Just had a flashback to our times together at Bronto – holiday parties and such.

    @Dawn – I'll bite. I don't think having a huge number of folks “like” your Facebook page or follow you on Twitter is *the* way to “calculate effectiveness in marketing and brand approval” however it is *a* way. The more followers/friends you have, the more potential eyeballs on your stuff (product, service, brand, etc). All of that being said, just like we preach in email marketing, I'd rather have an engaged list of raging evangelists than a big list.

    Love to hear your thoughts!

    DJ Waldow
    Director of Community, Blue Sky Factory
    @djwaldow

  • http://www.jontusmedia.com/ Jon Buscall

    Fabulous stuff! Thanks.

  • http://twitter.com/jasonmalone jasonmalone

    This is a great idea. Companies that provide online services should consider helping thier small business partners and clients with the same type of give away.

  • http://www.twitter.com/drewmgriffin drewmgriffin

    Outstanding Chris. Thanks for your efforts.

  • http://twitter.com/LyriqueTragedy Dawn

    Can someone explain to me the value of having people “like” your fan page? Sure, it's ego boosting, and sure it reflects some preliminary number of people who actually visited the page and thought enough to click the button, but what does it really reflect, and what's the value of accumulating those “likes” to begin with? People also “like” fictional characters, sayings, concepts, and seasons, so I just wonder about the quality of this kind of PR/Marketing push or means of tabulating brand/company approval. To me, this is no different from accumulating Twitter followers. Some are genuine, others click anything put in front of them. Others are bots. I just think this is a huge miss-step in using social media in marketing. There are other ways to calculate effectiveness in marketing and brand approval, and I worry that companies are going to try and put weight on something that is so uncertain and unreliable.

  • http://www.whatcounts.com/blog DJ Waldow

    @Chris – Love it! Love that you share this type of stuff…

    @Jason – Oh. Hi. Just had a flashback to our times together at Bronto – holiday parties and such.

    @Dawn – I’ll bite. I don’t think having a huge number of folks “like” your Facebook page or follow you on Twitter is *the* way to “calculate effectiveness in marketing and brand approval” however it is *a* way. The more followers/friends you have, the more potential eyeballs on your stuff (product, service, brand, etc). All of that being said, just like we preach in email marketing, I’d rather have an engaged list of raging evangelists than a big list.

    Love to hear your thoughts!

    DJ Waldow
    Director of Community, Blue Sky Factory
    @djwaldow

  • Kivey

    Thank you Chris! This is a great tool!

  • sarahkayhoffman

    This is great, Chris!

    @dj Waldow @dawn I would agree with DJ Waldow on his viewpoint with the “Like” factor. What I think it does is keeps that fan page in the eyes of more people and more often. For instance, today I saw that one of my friends “liked” Blog World and New Media Expo. This is something I plan on attending, but until I saw it come up in my feed I didn't think to “Like” it. Now perhaps someone saw that I liked it…and so the trickle effect continues. “More eyeballs” hit it dead on!

  • http://socialbutterflyguy.com/ DJ Waldow

    @Chris – Love it! Love that you share this type of stuff…

    @Jason – Oh. Hi. Just had a flashback to our times together at Bronto – holiday parties and such.

    @Dawn – I'll bite. I don't think having a huge number of folks “like” your Facebook page or follow you on Twitter is *the* way to “calculate effectiveness in marketing and brand approval” however it is *a* way. The more followers/friends you have, the more potential eyeballs on your stuff (product, service, brand, etc). All of that being said, just like we preach in email marketing, I'd rather have an engaged list of raging evangelists than a big list.

    Love to hear your thoughts!

    DJ Waldow
    Director of Community, Blue Sky Factory
    @djwaldow

  • sarahkayhoffman

    This is great, Chris!

    @dj Waldow @dawn I would agree with DJ Waldow on his viewpoint with the “Like” factor. What I think it does is keeps that fan page in the eyes of more people and more often. For instance, today I saw that one of my friends “liked” Blog World and New Media Expo. This is something I plan on attending, but until I saw it come up in my feed I didn't think to “Like” it. Now perhaps someone saw that I liked it…and so the trickle effect continues. “More eyeballs” hit it dead on!

  • Suzanne McDermott

    Love your posts but… do you really want to be promoting fb Like? See http://tinyurl.com/34waxfx. ?

  • Suzanne McDermott

    Love your posts but… do you really want to be promoting fb Like? See http://tinyurl.com/34waxfx. ?

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  • mitchgallant

    I love the look and the functionality, thank you for sharing. I fixed up the psd with our url but when I tried texting to the # in testing there was no result… am I a complete dummy and missed something? Do we need create a # for ourselves somehow or is it a static FB # that everyone can text to? Note that I only named my fan page within the last hour so that could be a complication. Thank you regardless… very cool!

  • mitchgallant

    I love the look and the functionality, thank you for sharing. I fixed up the psd with our url but when I tried texting to the # in testing there was no result… am I a complete dummy and missed something? Do we need create a # for ourselves somehow or is it a static FB # that everyone can text to? Note that I only named my fan page within the last hour so that could be a complication. Thank you regardless… very cool!

  • mitchgallant

    I love the look and the functionality, thank you for sharing. I fixed up the psd with our url but when I tried texting to the # in testing there was no result… am I a complete dummy and missed something? Do we need create a # for ourselves somehow or is it a static FB # that everyone can text to? Note that I only named my fan page within the last hour so that could be a complication. Thank you regardless… very cool!

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  • http://webatonic.com Yevgeny Senkevich

    This is an excellent way to grow a fan base of actual fans, not empty seats getting filled up for the sake of it. This is great in a waiting room with a grab flyer next to it. We will slowly begin to see these popping up more and more in the “Physical world” in the next coming months.

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  • WBUSaratoga

    Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/craigcaruso Craig App Man Caruso

    Could someone help me make one?

  • Grace38383

    OMG, thank you so much for this!! I was going to have to recreate this for someone, (probably in Illustrator) and I totally did not want to have to do this myself…THANKS!!! you just saved me valuable time!!!

  • Grace38383

    OMG, thank you so much for this!! I was going to have to recreate this for someone, (probably in Illustrator) and I totally did not want to have to do this myself…THANKS!!! you just saved me valuable time!!!

  • Anonymous

    cool!