I think I'm the only one who uses this strategy... I better be, I'm the one who thought of it first
Instead of "liking" other fanpages within your niche, you "like" people's comments instead. Go onto a fanpage where there is plenty of interaction and simply "like" every comment on a post. This works very well and can get you a consistent amount of traffic to your page for as little as 10 minutes work every day.
If a certain post has 100 comments for example, you would like every single comment. No need to look at the comments before you like them, this will only waste time. When you like someone's comment, that little tab at the top of their page will highlight red. What happens when they see that tab highlighted red at the top of their facbook page? They click on it, don't they? Don't you do it too? Everyone does.
When they click on the tab, they'll see your page, and most often will click through to your fanpage. If your content on your page is valuable, you will get the "like."
Think about this for a second. It takes less than a second to "like" a comment. How many comments could you "like" in 10 minutes? How many could you get through in a week, month etc?
I used this on my personal development fanpage and consistently built my fan base. It works very well indeed. Some of you may think this is a little cheeky, but I have to disagree. All you are doing is letting people know you and your page exists. You are not forcing them to click through to your page. Actually, if you believe your page is the dogs b****x then you can justify your actions by believing you are doing them a favour. You get "likes," they get quality information related to their interests... it's a win win.
I haven't used this little strategy for a while because I have moved away from facebook, but I know it works well. I have only tried this in the personal development niche so not sure how well it will work in other niches.
10 minutes = 500 liked comments
7 days (10 minutes) = 3,500 comments
1 month (10 minutes) = between 12 - 15,000 comments "liked"
How many do you think will be curious enough to click through to your page out of the above numbers? Remember, we are curious by nature
Hope this little strategy helps.