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Google + community traffic?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by blacklive, Jun 19, 2017.

  1. blacklive

    blacklive Registered Member

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    Hi friends can anybody explain more how I can get traffic from Google + I'm sharing in large communitys but results is low
     
  2. ergoprime

    ergoprime Junior Member

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    Don't share in big groups ;)

    First of all: You can only post to about 5 groups with one account. If you post to more groups, Google tends to shadow ban your posts. That means your posts are seen by you, but noone else...

    Second: Big Groups are full of inactive people. Search for smaller groups, which are more active. You can only post to 5 groups with one account per day, so be picky where you post.

    Three: Scale. Scale. Scale. You need to post every day with multiple accounts to gain a decent amount of traffic. MassPlanner is a great tool for this.

    Fourth: Don't give up :cool:
     
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    Find the active groups of your niche.
     
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    I once did posting to G+ groups with live cam revenue share model. First of all, the ghosting thing is real and I didn't really overcome it, I gained traffic from #tags from search. Second, the traffic.. only 30% or so were T1 countries, G+ has a LOT of Indian and other T3 traffic. And lastly.. I earned $0 from all the leads I got.

    I am sure there is money to be made but expect that there will be a lot of T3 traffic.