Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Facebook Traffic Rush ….. 5
Organic Facebook Posts Vs Facebook Ads . 5
How To Drive Traffic To Your Website Using Facebook Ads … 7
Is Facebook The Right Platform For Your Business? … 12
Chapter 2: Twitter Traffic Rush . 14
Why Twitter Is A Great Platform For Your Business …. 15
How To Use Twitter To Drive Traffic To Your Website …… 18
Are You Ready To Start Receiving Targeted Traffic From Twitter? … 22
Chapter 3: YouTube Traffic Rush … 23
Videos Will Continue To Dominate Social Media . 23
Why YouTube Is A Great Platform For Your Business 24
How To Leverage Your YouTube Videos To Drive Massive Traffic To Your Website….. 27
Are You Excited To Start Getting Free Traffic From YouTube? …. 31
Chapter 4: Instagram Traffic Rush.. 32
Why Your Business Should Be On Instagram .. 32
How To Use Instagram To Drive Targeted Traffic To Your Website . 36
Are You Ready To Start Getting Highly Targeted Traffic From Instagram? . 40
Chapter 5: Medium Traffic Rush ….. 41
Why Your Business Should Be On Medium ….. 41
How To Get More Traffic From Medium …. 45
Are You Ready To Start Publishing On Medium? . 49
Chapter 6: Reddit Traffic Rush .. 50
Why Your Brand Or Business Should Be On Reddit …. 51
How To Use Reddit To Drive Traffic To Your Website …… 53
Are You Ready To Start Using Reddit To Drive Traffic To Your Website? …. 58
Chapter 7: Quora Traffic Rush … 59
Why Your Business Should Be On Quora .. 60
How To Use Quora To Drive Traffic To Your Website? ….. 62
Are You Ready To Start Answering Questions On Quora To Drive Traffic To Your Website? . 67
Chapter 8: Pinterest Traffic Rush …. 68
Why Your Business Should Consider Being On Pinterest 69
How To Attract Highly Targeted Website Visitors From Pinterest …. 71
Are You Ready For Some Massive Pinterest Traffic? .. 76
Chapter 9: LinkedIn Traffic Rush ….. 77
Why Your Business Should Have A Solid Presence On LinkedIn 77
How To Utilize The Power Of LinkedIn Networking To Drive Traffic To Your Website 80
Are You Ready To Start Growing Your Using LinkedIn To Drive Massive Traffic To Your Website? . 85
Chapter 10: SlideShare Traffic Rush ….. 86
Why Use SlideShare To Promote Your Brand? …… 86
How To Use SlideShare To Get High-Quality Traffic From SlideShare …. 89
Are You Excited To Start Getting Quality Traffic From Your SlideShare Presentations? …… 94
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How To Drive Traffic To Your Website Using Facebook Ads
In this section, you’re going to be learning a few ways to get people to land on your website simply by signing up for Facebook Ads. Let’s begin!
1. What do you want to achieve?
This is the first step on the list. You have to sort out your goals – do you want to increase your brand awareness? Do you want to get your ads in front of as many people as possible? Do you want people to visit your website? Install your app? Buy from your online store?
Facebook Ads have 3 different campaign objectives – you have to choose the right objective that will match your goals.
For example, if you want people to visit your website, then you may want to choose the Traffic objective. But it’s not always the right choice especially if you’re targeting people who have yet to hear about your brand. This kind of traffic is called ‘cold traffic.’ If you want higher engagements on your posts, you’re going to have to convert this cold traffic to warm or hot traffic.
For cold traffic, try getting them aware of your brand first. You can choose between Brand Awareness or Reach objectives. You’re basically introducing your brand to your target audience, sort of like saying “Hello, I’m here! I exist!”
You can try letting your ad run for a few days while spending a few dollars each day. It’s not going to bankrupt you, you just want to test the waters.
When your advert’s been viewed by a good number of people, then you may want to create a second advert and this time use another ad objective. You can then target the people who’ve engaged with your initial, testing-the-waters ad.
Since they’ve already engaged with you, they’re not cold traffic anymore. They’re now known as a warm audience – people who’ve interacted with your brand previously. You’re not total strangers anymore.
So, in the second stage of your advert you should remind people of who you are. Remember, people do see tons of content on their news feed. So don’t be shy – remind people that they’ve seen you before!
Also, while planning your goals, you need to map out your strategy. You can’t just spend money on Facebook ads without knowing which variables
to measure. It’s important to know when you need to stop advertising when nothing seems to be working.
2. Know your target audience
Knowing this information is crucial to succeeding on Facebook, or any other social media platform for that matter. If you’re targeting the wrong crowd, then chances are you’re not going to get very good engagement rates.
For instance, if you’re offering women’s hygiene products, there’s no sense including men in your target audience, right?
And if you’re targeting younger women, say 18-30-year-olds, then you shouldn’t include females outside of that age range.
Otherwise, you’re just going to be annoying people. When people report or flag your ads to Facebook, you’re going to get a low relevancy score.
In the world of Facebook Ads, you want to have the highest relevancy scores possible (9 or 10). This means people are interreacting positively with your advert, so you’re probably targeting the right kind of people.
However, even if you do have good relevancy scores, but you’re not getting any sales or conversions, then you probably need to work on putting out a better offer in front of your audience.
The thing is, knowing who to target is extremely important. You don’t want to be wasting money, you don’t want to be annoying Facebook users.
Rather, you want to add value. To do that, you’re going to need to know first what your audience needs which leads us to our next point.
If you don’t already have an existing demographic for your target audience, you can run ads targeted to different groups of people.
Find out which group responds best to your ad. Once you’ve found the winning demographic, then your job just got a whole lot easier as you’ll find out in the next point.
3. Create highly engaging ads
Knowing your audience and what they want will allow you to create ads that will speak directly to them. If you’ve got a product or service that addresses your target audience’s pain points, then you just may have extremely good conversion rates.
That’s the beauty of putting the right offer in front of the right audience – you not only bring value to a lot of people, you also reap plenty of profits in return.
When creating ads, it’s best to know what kind of content your audience prefers. If you’re targeting older audiences, then you may want to use videos and high-quality graphics to make it easy for them to consume your content.
Put yourself in your audience’s shoes, would you want to consume content in video format or would you want to squint your way through a 2,000-word article with size 10 font!
Optimizing your ad design is extremely important too. Facebook users gets a lot of visual stimulation from the photos and videos their friends share with them. You have to stand out too if you want people to notice your ad.Other Details
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