I can share your site with all of my social connections, or get other people to tweet and share your site, and if it has widespread appeal, you will get a lot of traffic, and really cheap.
How cheap? Well, the best option is to pay for tens of thousands of your own followers, which means you then have the ability to tweet to them whenever you want.
You can pay people to like a post on your Facebook page, share the link to your site in their news feed on Facebook, you can get them to tweet your message, view your You Tube video, or a whole range of different things.
There are many options, SEO advice and content production, web design and paid posting to your account for you, and what it adds up to is cheap traffic for your site, especially when you compare it to the amount that you would usually pay on Google Adwords, or Facebook Ads.
Talk to me About Cheap Social Traffic
I’m Rowan Casey, the founder of Professional Social Promotion, and you can get in contact with me at email@example.com if you want to have a social media marketing campaign set up for you.
The benefit of having lots of people tweet and share your site and having lots of followers and fans of your own to share to is not just the huge amount of cheap targeted traffic it brings to your site.
These signals are also recognised by Google, and will surely have a positive effect on your rankings.
A Facebook page or You Tube video can easily outrank a new domain created at the same time, with the same amount of back links, just by having good engagement signals, like a large amount of likes.
Cheap social traffic from the right sources can be just what you need to turn your business around, so long as your product has a widespread appeal to the general population.
Even if it doesn’t, you can still get good results through choosing titles for your pages and profiles that have exact match search volume, and then using standard SEO techniques to rank them well on Google.
If you have any questions about the process, or want to find out more about any of the services I’ve discussed on this page, get in touch via the contact page, or the email address in the sidebar.