Kimberly you’ll get lots of wonderful advice here so you did the right thing to ask for help!
Basically it is all about being seen, which on the internet is lots of fun but doesn’t happen by itself. I believe in nurturing relationships with other sellers and supporting one another rather than getting random ‘Likes’ and find that this works much more in the long run. Be item and interest specific…so for example as an embroiderer, I look for sewers and embroiderers rather than say, ceramics and painters to share with (although I chat to and swap great ideas with many!).
Get yourself a Pinterest account too ; it is fun and a great way of sharing.
Read lots of Forums for ideas .
Maybe look at selling via other avenues (Etsy?) but overall - be patient.
The other thing I will also say as a business person…Look at your product…it is true many people don’t have much money at the moment, but as sellers we can’t just ‘expect’ sales to drop into our laps! We should always be assessing our products ; What could we do better? Why is this item not selling? Am I displaying my items properly? Are my descriptions clear?..Even the most successful sellers spend much of their time assessing their product and methods…