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Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by shadow2015, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. shadow2015

    shadow2015 Junior Member

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    Hay all,

    I am about to go down social side to promote my website, I am running a e-commerce web site. any advice on how to start this up?

    crate an account or group, then add followers ?
    I found a good tutorial related to twitter in here, anything like that so I could read it up?

    thanks a lot
    ^ShaDoW^
     
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    Tunenchi Regular Member

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    Create an account with similar name as your website. Perhaps, multiple social media accounts.

    Remember to not only share website's content on your social platforms, but as well as other people's links.

    Start slow and keep consistency, you will be grateful in the long run with a social platform that's a bit more active than the usual.

    I would like to know anyone using a bot to keep accounts active?
     
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    thanks for the heads up Tunenchi. appreciate your feedback
     
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    If its an e-commerce site you are selling something. Have you tried fb ads?
     
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    Yes this is my next move, however I think FB is not just open a FB acc and add followers. I need to understand how you promote your website/product. this is the part I am missing. Tunenchi mentioned something which is very valuable for me as I didnt not know that. I guess like everything, its a long road :)

    btw, thank you very much for the feedback, appreciate it.

    ^ShaDoW^
     
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    There are many ways on how you may promote a product or your website.

    1st. You may choose a product that is relative to your domain name.

    2nd. Follow guides to keyword research from the forum. There are great guides here with great insight on keyword research.

    3rd. Create attractive posts from your website, I find Wordpress easy to use. You may embed own images or copied images, you can edit the images from banner.fotor.com, I've found it great to make both Pinterest images and banners in general.

    4th. To get traffic you may promote your website on Pinterest using plugins such as "Wordpress Automatic Pinterest Plugin". This is only one way to get traffic to your website from a social platform. You can also use the "Wordpress Automatic Plugin" to post to Facebook and other social platforms.

    5th. Focus on creative lucrative posts and similar banners. You may outsource to writers and designers to test conversions. A professional looking website will make the end user believe that the deliverance of the product will be of such standard. Compare your competition to raise above consumer's expectation.

    6th. Go back to statistics, look on what converts. Google falls for simple natural looking links and profiles. Authenticity of a website determines conversions.

    7th. Increase engagement in your posts. Good posts always have comments. Do not forget the share buttons. People tend to share what is shared and comment where there looks to be activity. You may use blackhat ways to attribute to social engagement, hereby likes and shares.

    8th. Add your own twists to old methods and speculate results. Don't hesitate to break in what's trending to post links back to your website. Follow comments and times that most people engage to buy such or similar products.
     
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