This is a basic lesson on how to market a product on social media, and by that I’m talking about the major sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, You Tube, Stumble Upon, etc.
To start with, you have to figure out who your target audience is. If you have a product with a widespread appeal, that can be bought by anyone in the world, then you in a good position to benefit from all different types of social media marketing.
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By seeing how much traffic you can get from my connections on social media, you can then decide if it is worth getting tens of thousands of random connections on your own accounts.
If you have a more specific audience for a product, then the first place to start would be with SEO. Trying to compete on Google for a keyword phrase that people might be searching for when looking for your product.
This can be a lot more complicated, as the algorithms Google use change all the time, and you might be better off using pay per click advertising instead.
A blog like this can be a good way to keep the website fresh, and to help the ranking of all of the pages on the site, but all of these things take a lot of time, knowledge, and sometimes money as well.
That’s why I offer my services to help out with all aspects of internet marketing, particularly on social media, because it takes a lot more work to market a product online than one person can do effectively on their own.
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