Since starting life as a relatively standard social network, Instagram has grown to become one of the most dominant platforms for those seeking to make money online.
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Creating a website can be easy, after all, there are so many tools and platforms out there for you to choose from and most of them use a very easy drag n’ drop system. Marketing your site and getting traffic on the other hand is a whole new story, and if you are not careful then you will surely end up with a great site but no traffic at all.
Pinterest has been an amazing traffic source for me. But it’s also been a source of woe. I’ve seen first-hand how quickly Pinterest can help you get a surge in traffic, especially on a blog that’s really just ticking along and not showing much growth (despite your best efforts). But I’ve had a lot of experience of my Pinterest traffic stalling. It just flat-lines. And then I’m left wondering – what am I doing wrong? And while I’m at it, why is every blogger on the planet getting hundreds of thousands of hits a day on Pinterest and I’m not? (Actually, those sorts of numbers are rare, but it’s easy to get into that sort of mindset when you read other success stories).
Putting in long hours before the launch of a product means that you’d love to see your customers as excited about it as you are. Yet, it doesn’t matter how much you care about the product or how hard you’ve worked at it if nobody really knows that it’s being launched.
The internet might seem like it’s an infinite space, but despite its vast size, it is getting to be pretty crowded, particularly with businesses who are all trying to stand out from the crowd.
There was once a time that marketing referred to the use of advertising your business in the newspapers and the local community. Now, marketing is largely done in a digital way and as it isn’t something that is going to go out of fashion any time soon, it’s got to be done right if you hope to have success with your small business venture. The internet is a big place, and yet when you carve out your digital space in the right way, you’re not going to get lost among a sea of competitors. Investing in your digital marketing will always be a good idea in business, but that doesn’t mean that you are an expert. Here’s the thing, though: it’s okay to not be an expert!
When your small business operates online, it’s extremely important that you direct as much traffic as possible to your web page. After all, the more traffic you direct to your landing page, the larger the number of people who will browse what you have to offer, and the more likely you are to get goods or services through the checkout process, making a profit. So, here are a couple of things that you can do to get as many visitors onto your web page as possible!
Small businesses look to big companies and see one thing: success. On the whole, they have everything SMEs want, from the money and the fame to the power. Their brand is global whereas yours is starting off and struggling. Do you seek guidance, though? No, because it’s tempting to see huge corporations as out of reach. There is nothing to learn when you are playing in different divisions. An Apple strategy isn’t going to work for a local corner shop.
This is a guest post from Toofame – and a huge thank you to them for passing this on to me. It’s a super-helpful step by step guide to growing an Instagram following, and if that’s something you are currently struggling with you are going to find this guide extremely useful. Enjoy!
In this guide, we’ll show you, step by step, how you can make money on Instagram by creating, growing and finally monetizing your Instagram accounts.
In fact, you’ll get to see the process we used for growing more than 1437 Instagram accounts for Toofame
So, if you want to learn how to build your Instagram accounts properly, avoid being banned and earn money out of it, you’ll love this guide.
Twitter is unfashionable as a traffic source nowadays, but it really shouldn’t be. In fact, not only can you get decent Twitter traffic, but it tends to be really good quality. Plus, why put all your eggs in one basket when it comes to your traffic sources?
When people click out of Twitter to read a blog post you’ve just recommended, they tend to take the time to read it and then share it straight away on Twitter if they find it useful. So, you get engaged readers and you get shares.
When it comes to social media traffic, my Google Analytics have been eye opening recently. Twitter has been steadily on the rise. 40% to be exact, over the past few months. So I wanted to share with you the four changes I’ve made to my approach on Twitter that have helped me achieve that.
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