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Increase Traffic Using Social Media

Make Social Media Sharing Simple

If you have a blog or website should provide a simple means of sharing your content. This means adding social media sharing buttons and plug-ins to all of your web properties, guaranteeing it is simple and quick for your readers to spread the word when they find a post of benefit or interest.

Fill Out Your Profiles Completely

This may seem like common sense. However, many online business owners and entrepreneurs have incomplete social media profiles. Wherever you have the chance, tell people about yourself and your business, providing plenty of links back to your website or blog. Look in the profile or other setting section of the social site to go into more detail of who, what, when, where, etc. People do look at it if they are interested. Take your business seriously.

Run a Contest or Giveaway

KingSumo is one of many companies that will help you create and manage a successful giveaway or contest on social media websites. This single traffic driving strategy can result in significantly higher numbers of visitors to your site. Polls can sometimes help in a similar fashion.

Be Creative And Share Again The Same Message/Article/Other Content!

Just because you share a blog post or new piece of content on Facebook doesn’t mean you can’t share it again later. Your prospects and followers on social media are not always logged in at the same time. This means that your content should be shared on all of the social media websites multiple times. Do it in such a way that it does not look exactly the same on your social media timeline. You can use a different picture, text only, and be sure to add other business related posts in between your duplicate posts. I have visited pages where the same post shows up 5 times in a row and it does not look good. Tends to make me think the poster is not creative and makes me not to want to do business with them.