Monday, December 9, 2019

5 Simple On-Site Changes That’ll Increase Your Social Media Traffic


Is social media a big part of your marketing strategy?

The impressive growth of social media is not something to ignore. Today in 2019, there are 3.5 million active social media users around the world.

Although you can transfer your marketing strategies and budget to social networks, it does not guarantee success. There are the best ways to win big with social media. There are moreover techniques that will leave you looking for and exploring the answers on social media platforms.

As your competition continues to employ such a great social media strategy, it is important for your brand to do so. You cannot lose the opportunity to interact with customers and prospects on social media.

Look at some social media traffic statistics


As of January 2019, 69 percent of online adults were using social media sites. (Hootsuite)66 percent of B2B marketers name LinkedIn as the most effective social platform, followed by Twitter at 55 percent and Facebook at 30 percent.
The monthly active users of Facebook are 2.5 billion. There are 320 million monthly active users on Twitter. LinkedIn has more than 575 million registered members.The numbers don't lie. They prove that there are plenty of opportunities to connect with a large audience.

It is my hope that you are already using Social media marketing in some form. But even more, I hope you have a defined plan that produces positive results.

So, what can you change in 2019 and beyond to take social media traffic to the next level?
No need to worry as you compile a list of five changes on the site to double your social media traffic.

If you want to generate more social website traffic, build your brand, and use these benefits to encourage sales, keep reading.


        USE Images 


Understanding the value of high-quality, unique and actionable content is important.


However, it should also be your practice to apply images between your posts in the cloud or cast above your media marketing post strategy.

Did you know that the use of images has proven to reach your social media reach?

I wrote about how easy it is to add high-quality images to your blog posts. There are a variety of tools to do this, including Canva and Pablo.

However, don't mistake it for this means that you should only include images when posting on social sites. The same principle holds true for your blog post. There are many benefits to doing this, such as:


Not only does it fit in perfectly with the subjects, but it also provides added value. This is the best of both worlds when choosing images for any social media platform.


In the past, I have examined posts with and without pictures. Trust me, it is good on many fronts to add relevant images to your posts.


       Create the right type of content 

Creating content for your blog post is one thing. Creating the right kind of content is another thing called On-Page SEO techniques.

Before we go any further, here are some things to keep in mind about search engines: usually longer.


This chart shows that search engines with the highest content of 2,400 words have the highest probability of reaching the top position.

Content length is essential to your success, though don't stop there in terms of search engine rankings and social media shares.

If you want your audience to share your content, here are three suggestions:

Optimize for higher quality with website traffic. It's easy to believe that more content increases the chance of content sharing, but this is only true if you keep your guns to the standard. A super-high-quality blog post is better than three subparts of content.

See what people are most interested in analytics. By reviewing analytics data you can see what types of content are getting the most attention. With this information, you can create content that resonates more with your audience's needs in the future.


Know what your readers have shared in the past. If you want your audience to share your content on their social networks, take a hint from the past. Answer the question: What is the topic of your three most shared blog posts? It will tell you what people are looking for.

You cannot expect readers to share your content on social media unless it provides its value. After all, they do not want to attach their name to such content.

When you create the right type of content, everything else falls into place.

       Implement Social Media Tracking Tools 

Beyond point # 2, piggybacking, you need to understand how your website is performing in terms of social media traffic. Do you want to answer questions like:

  • How much social media is your website receiving?
  • Which platforms are sending the most website traffic?
  • What kind of content is performing best on social media?
By applying a social media tracking tool, it is easy to answer this question correctly.

I'm a big fan of automation, even on a social media platform. This is why I suggest you use as many tools as you can. A dashboard of a business, such as Dashu, can help you from a social media standpoint.


This is an example of the kind of data you can use to your advantage. It shows that Facebook is followed by the first one of the social sources of traffic, Twitter and then LinkedIn.


However, how do you use this data to increase social media traffic? Easy:

Now know where most of your traffic is coming from. Then, put more effort into those streams.
Identify the types of most shared content.
                 I have found that my readers are more interested than ever in any kind of guide or course regarding certain marketing strategies. These types of posts generate a lot of traffic, as well as are regularly shared on social media (1K + share per post is ideal).


With this data, it would only make sense for me to put more pressure on these posts in the months to come when my social media marketing strategy came up. I know my readers will enjoy the content. I know they will share it on social media share This is a win-win situation.

       Post Less often 


Conventional wisdom says that you should publish fresh content as soon as possible. A search engine rewards fresh.


This is a great strategy, but only if you are able to meet the highest quality standards. If your value goes down, the number of social shares will decrease as well.

Here things get complicated. As soon as you can post to your blog, you will not be able to pull every content through your social channels.

A survey from HubSpot shows that posting more on a social media platform does not necessarily mean higher levels of engagement.

Here is an overview that explains it in more depth:

"Instead, the average number of interactions per post increases as the number of posts published per week decreases from the 1-10 organization-sized group to the 11-50 group. And, while posts per week increase slightly from the 11-50 group to the 51-200 group, the interactions per post are significantly reduced. "


Does this mean that fewer posts will create more engagement? Probably not. However, what the study shows is that posting frequently does not require much engagement on social networks in your blog post.

Your job is to combine all of these questions like:
  • Do you share each new part socially?
  • How do you choose and choose which subject you are most pressing on?
  • As much as the correlation between your brand, the average number of posts per week and the average number of interactions?
To a certain degree, it is trial and error.
For this blog, I used to post every single day but now I am in the habit of posting once every week.
So far, this new schedule is working effectively, as traffic and social media engagements are on the rise.
However, this does not mean that you will experience the same results.


Maybe reducing the number of posts per week could increase social media traffic. Don't be afraid to experiment with multiple strategies before making a final decision.
Recommended : Social Traffic vs. Search Traffic: Which Is Better For Bloggers?

       Just Ask 

The social media traffic kits are easy: Get more people to share your own with your own media platform and outlet


Still, we have no answer, "Shouldn't it take the reader the most time to raise questions for our destiny?"

This post has been replaced with Hall Your social media traffic has been boosted. For now, I'll discuss your cost incentives

Now, is sharing more your social media photos of your audience without saying anything about anything?


Here's how to ask for access to your address (the first one is a website adjuster):


1. At the end of a blog post, say something like "If you enjoy this suggestion, feel free to share it on Twitter or Facebook". You can even risk clicking the Tweet button for help on your own.


2. Email the influencers in your space to find out if they'll share. As long as you are short, direct and worth sharing, you may be pleasantly surprised by the results.


3. Take to social media to start a conversation. When you can ignite your own path, do not wait for others to take action. You can use Twitter to share recent blog posts with influencers you mentioned. Or, you can use LinkedIn to get in touch with a more professional audience. You can use a social outlet to share your content and ask others to do the same.


Know More:  What Are Social Media Influencers and How Do I Find Them?

Don't be shy about asking others to share your content in your media. If done in a tasteful way (and not overdone) then this is the technique that can produce results.

Conclusion : It's easy to believe that your social media strategy is working. This is especially true if you are happy with your results so far.


However, once you've made a few key changes to your website, you'll soon realize you've just hit the iceberg.

To help you increase your social media traffic, I have included seven useful changes to the site. I hope you implement one or more in the near future.

PEOPLE ALSO ASK:


1. How do I get Facebook traffic?

Ultimate Basic Guide to Getting (FREE) Traffic From Facebook .

  • Add Links to Your Site.
  • Give Your Audience What They Want.
  • Get Expert Tips on Optimizing Page Performance.
  • Find High Performing Content with Buzzsumo.
  • Create a Facebook Popup.
  • Use Interactive Content.
  • Use Live Video.
  • Add a CTA to Your Facebook Posts


2.What are the best times to post on social media?

  • Best times for Consumer Product Brands to post on Facebook: 9am on Wednesday and 11am on Friday.
  • Other High Busy Hours: Wednesday from 1-5pm on Friday, 5-7pm on Thursday and Thursday 9am to 5pm.
  • Most consistent engagements: 10am to 5pm - 5 p.m.
  • Minimum busyness: Sunday and 10am to 4am daily.

3 comments:

  1. Wow very nice detailed post. Even though it's hard to drive traffic but your post tips will definitely help to increase. Thanks for the great post.

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