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Ali+Shopify Journey to 20k£ Profit

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by kukuruziuz, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. kukuruziuz

    kukuruziuz Newbie

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    I've created my Shopify store on the 28th of February, started promoting it in on my social media on the 8th of March. No paid advertising yet, all sales that I got was mostly from Facebook. I'll start paid advertising soon. At the moment I'm trying to grow my social media accounts. Is there any point of getting Mass Planner if I'm going to grow x1 Pinterest x1 Instagram and x1 Twitter account? Mass planner doesn't even have a post scheduler. Your thoughts? I'll keep growing my Facebook page manually. I'm adding a screenshot of my sales so far.

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  2. rickjamez

    rickjamez Newbie

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    Are you promoting your page on your personal Facebook or how exactly are you driving traffic from Facebook without ads?
     
  3. kukuruziuz

    kukuruziuz Newbie

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    I have my own okay size Facebook page.
     
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    do you use autoposter for fb
     
  5. kukuruziuz

    kukuruziuz Newbie

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    No, I do everything manually.
     
  6. Dayy

    Dayy Newbie

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    Mass Planner does have a post scheduler for Instagram. That includes automatically posting your content for you, with your own caption and content (pic), at the time of your choice, and the days of your choice.
     
  7. redarrow

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    I think your do a killing with youtube traffic .

    You can do product reviews on products and stick them in youtube channels.

    So it be one youtube account, but each channel will be a item/product your selling , Your have to do keyword research on your product and find low comp keywords and do a review video with that product in mind and keyword,
    10 niche reviews in each channel will get you huge traffic for that product easly.

    Becouse you no the keyword get used via the cpc ,and your using a youtube video ,your get the video to the top of google becouse your using low comp keyword , but becouse it be related to your product your hopefully get sales.


    You dont even have to talk you can use
    A text to talk app.

    Goto vlan website and learn about video marketing .

    Www.blastersuite.com

    There apps are well recomended updated a lot and do what they say.

    I see this as a very easy and sucessfull way to get loads of traffic and sales.

    Vlad is on here as a member and well known .

    Hope you all the best.
     
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  8. blackbrooke

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    You managed to get conversion without paid ads, that's awesome bro. Do you enable paypal checkout? What kind of paypal account type do you use?
     
  9. TurYoz

    TurYoz Newbie

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    good luck following this thread
     
  10. kukuruziuz

    kukuruziuz Newbie

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    Yeah Premium plan does, I still don't think it's worth 20$ a month, not for what I'm doing.

    @redarrow
    I kinda like the idea, but I've tried YouTube in the past and I'm kinda skeptical about it.


    I did. I have a business account.


    I've checked my competition, they have a shopify store too, they are using a pipeline theme (that apparently costs 140$). I'm using simple theme, so visually their shop looks nicer, but it doesn't have few things that I have. I think in my shop everything is more clear and simple than in theirs, also, prices in mine are way better. What are your thoughts on shopify themes?
     
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  11. tux

    tux Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I use a free theme , it works like a charm
     
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    Good luck with your journey mate.
     
  13. Dayy

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    You don't need the premium plan, you can get the basic plan $10/month, and pay for Instagram Reposter module (pretty sure it's that one), for a one time fee, i think it's like $35.

    But yea, up to you!
     
  14. kukuruziuz

    kukuruziuz Newbie

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    What I found is Mass planner's instagram poster and automation tools that cost $16.95/month. Anyway as long as I'm working with 1 account on each platform I don't think I need mass planner.

    SHORT UPDATE:

    It's not going very well now. I tried a few things and it didn't work. I bought co.uk domain from GoDaddy for 8£/2year. Still growing my social media following, working on products descriptions, trying fb ads with a very low budget.