In this article you are going to find out how to get more traffic to our website or blog through social networking sites. Almost every people uses those sites for dating, romance or friendship, yet you can have many viewes at the same time as well.
Create an account in Facebook. The basic tactic to get the traffic is to gain more friends. First of all randomly add friends suggested by Facebook. The key factor is the more you got friends, the more you will be able to get the traffic. Now, once you reach more than 100 friends. Do as mentioned below.
Create a Facebook Group that suits best to your blog/website. Give detailed explanation in the group about your site. Now, invite your friends to join your group. Share attractive contents regularly that attracts your friend to visit your group often. This way you will get much more traffic.
At the same time create Facebook LIKE button by providing accurate information about your site/blog. Post informative contents and feeds. Invite your friends to join or like your content. The more people like it, the more your blog is grown. If your updates are really helpful or attractive then the people in the group will also recommend others to join it. It will add a popularity to your reputation.
Twitter is also getting famous day by day and having millions of users across the world. Twitter has become the most powerful factor to get traffic to your site/business/blogs.
The simple funds works in Twitter is if you follow others, other will follow you automatically. The whole twitter game is setup on following and followers. It is totally different from Facebook marketing. You should post your tweets in a way that it attract other people to check it. In order to do so make an attractive statement related to your blog/site with URL. Do not post Original URL of your blog/site.
At the same time make sure that you do not tweet constantly, I mean not more than 4-5 tweets at a time. Because if you do it more frequently than there is a possibility that Twitter might consider your as a Spammer.
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In this age of digital domination, businesses are having to change the way they conduct themselves. Social media is just one example of how the ways in which companies advertise themselves has been completely revolutionised. Increasingly, businesses are told to ensure that they have a ‘strong online presence’, and whilst this is undoubtedly good advice, more traditional marketing techniques are often being overlooked as a result.
Whilst gaining ‘likes’ on Facebook or ‘followers’ on Twitter can be a great way of tracking the success of a marketing campaign, it cannot, and should not replace offline marketing techniques. When used in isolation of each other, both can be effective, however when combined, the results simply speak for themselves.
Imagine for example that there are two restaurants in roughly the same location, selling the same style and quality of food, the only difference being their marketing campaigns. One has a presence on all the major social networking sites, but does little in the way of offline techniques and the second restaurant uses a combination of both. Which campaign do you think is likely to be more successful?
Before making your decision, consider the following example of an offline marketing technique. The latter restaurant owner has created a signature dish and through a field marketing agency has organised what is known as an ‘in-house promotion’. This would involve giving members of the public free samples of said signature dish in order to promote both the restaurant’s brand and reputation.
Interest is generated by offering the sample, first at popular locations in the local community, and then encouraging customers into the restaurant itself. Meals can then be offered at promotional prices, and providing that both the service and product is of a high standard, word of mouth will spread like wildfire.
This is where social networking finds its strength; the phrase ‘word of mouth’ takes on a far more substantial meaning. Once interest has been generated, people are far more likely to search for you on Facebook, mention you to their friends or ‘follow’ you on Twitter, where you can continue building customer/brand experience. Whilst this can arguably be achieved to some degree by using social networking in isolation, the process is considerably slower and far more luck is involved in its being successful.
The question is, if you’ve spent many years developing a brand and nurturing its reputation, would you really want to leave the marketing aspect of your business open to such fickle a thing as chance? The simple fact is that social networking is a fantastic marketing tool, when utilised to full effect. However, unless consumers are actually aware enough of your company’s brand and message to begin with, it is far less likely that they will care if you have a social media presence or not.
Offline marketing techniques focus on actual interactive experience between customer and brand, social media is merely a way to continue to strengthen this relationship.
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Social media sites have become a new battleground for Indian politicians as more and more people get connected to the internet. Facebook now has 100 million users in India, second only to the United States. But how far does the virtual campaign world reach? Al Jazeera’s Nidhi Dutt reports from New Delhi.