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Facebook for Ecommerce traffic

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Jonnn, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. Jonnn

    Jonnn Registered Member

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    trying to establish myself in the ecommerce game my background in twitter & web design
    but lack so much experience in facebook

    ive done some reading and want to know the best way to drive traffic from facebook to my site for people buy without Ads

    a method that makes sense to me is for example a outdoors niche site
    build a facebook page in lets say hunting do I create a page about hunting that post top articles or pics in regards to hunting using mass planner add myself to tons of groups advertise the page just the page for hunting enthusiast to follow then every once in while post a really good "deal" for people to head to my site and purchase whatever item

    is this method correct?
    iam slighty off or what else would you recommend?

    I want to run multiple pages so if its online lets say a camping ,hunting,fishing & survival page

    is there way automate post in the group and where to get good content?
    & is there any other way to build traffic from facebook for ecommerce
     
  2. Andy Core

    Andy Core Newbie

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    Hello, Jonnn
    The main advantage of this method is consumer trust

    Therefore really good conversion (views-actions-customers0
    But this is long way to promote

    Facebook community is viewers community (not readers)

    Cause I have a HQ video content more on pages of my customers

    There are a lot of ways to promote
    -viral
    -social signals
    -mass posting & offering
    etc.

    I can give some recomendation in Skype: givemeacc

    if you need it. Add!
     
  3. Jonnn

    Jonnn Registered Member

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    Adding you now thank you!
     
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    macomber Newbie

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    Your method is OK.The quality of traffic is ambiguous with facebook, though:
    Yes, you can laser-focus your audience and find people way down the funnel, which can lead to great conversions.
    But you want to make sure that your shop is extremely mobile-friendly and has the kind products that people are willing to buy quickly via mobile.

    You can certainly automate posting with some scripts and tools. The main problem is quality content, though. Engagement varies extremely and is hard to predict if you are not familiar with the respective niche.
     
  5. Jonnn

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    For content I was thinking just ripping articles in my niche from Reddit seems best place for quality content