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Top Social Media Platforms

On January 19, 2013, in Social media, by Rowan
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Social Media PlatformsFirst of all what is a social media platform? I guess you know if you were searching for it, it’s simply a site that is the launching pad of your marketing campaign to use another term.

This post will teach you how to use the top ten most important and useful social media sites to promote your business or get traffic to your site.

I will start with the obvious ones, but I won’t devote too much time to going into the fine details of using each site, as I’ve talked about that in other posts, and you could just email me and ask me specific questions if you want to know something in particular, as there is a lot to it, just on each single site.

Facebook

Obviously this is the biggest site in the world, apart from maybe Google, and this is where most people spend most of their time online, based on the figures.

You have to have a Facebook page if you’ve got a website or offline business of any kind, but the key is probably not to give it the title of your business, but a title that is a keyword phrase that has a good exact match monthly search volume on the Google keyword tool.

If you don’t give it a keyword phrase title, you will only be attracting your existing customers, and not attracting any new customers.

This is the largest mistake I see people making, and it’s really annoying having to tell someone who’s worked on their Facebook page for years that it doesn’t work, and it never really did, because you got the title wrong.

It could be a way to get people to subscribe to your social list, and get updates in their news feed of your latest posts, but in reality, not many people go back to a Facebook page a second time after visiting it the first time, and unless the posts are super awesome, they barely ever even click on a link.

The only way that works is if you have thousands of targeted likes, and that doesn’t happen unless you’re ranking your page on the first page of Google, or finding some other way to drive that much traffic to it.

You could use Facebook Ads, but unless you’re making an immediate sale when they click on the link, and you have a conversion rate and profit margin that covers the one dollar or more per click, then you won’t be able to afford to keep running the campaign for very long, and will likely lose money.

That’s why the keyword phrase is important, and then you do the SEO on it. I can run a simple SEO campaign for you, or a complex one, depending on how much you’re willing to spend.

I can show you proof that I can get you to rank given enough time and money, and depending on the competition.

One of the ways that you can get better rankings is to buy Facebook likes, and you can visit the payment page through that link, or you can just send me an email to talk about that or anything else you want to buy, I can do pretty much anything, or I know someone who can.

Twitter

Twitter is much easier really, you can try to rank for a large phrase with the title of your Twitter profile, although I personally don’t really bother with that, I just try to get tens of thousands of random Twitter followers, and tweet to them a lot.

Twiends is a great site for that, and I can manage that for you, and save you money or time compared to doing it yourself, and buying points through the site.

You see I log in through your account, and click the button for you, for a few dollars an hour, while I’m doing other things, and I also unfollow those not following you back using Tweepi, and buy you really cheap followers from another site to balance out the follower/following ratio, and you can see what I’m doing as I’m doing it, I can provide screenshot proof, it’s cheap, and it works too.

I have tens of thousands of Twitter followers across multiple accounts, and I get hundreds of unique views a day from them when I can be bothered tweeting a lot through the day.

I highly recommend that you get all the followers on Twiends, and on the other social swapping sites as well, and that you get me to manage it for you, because otherwise it costs more, (perhaps even twice as much, depending on how fast you want it done), or otherwise it takes way too long if you want to click the button yourself for 1,000 hours in a row, seriously. Again, send me an email to talk about that.

You Tube

I don’t get many orders for You Tube views, because I don’t offer as many views as other social marketing sites do, because I don’t aim to give you fake views, I aim to try to help you make a successful You Tube channel with successful videos.

Google owns You Tube, and they’re very good at telling when someone is trying to fool them with fake numbers.

It doesn’t help you to get one million views from a robot, they have algorithms which can see what color eyes the robot has.

It’s more important to get a good bounce rate, and to build high quality natural looking back links to your videos, such as from social media shares.

That’s what I recommend as the best way to promote your You Tube videos, doing a social sharing campaign, which does not produce as many views, but the views are targeted.

Plus, the social links help the ranking of the videos for the title of the video, and that will lead to tons of real views if it ranks for a popular search. Do some keyword research if you have messed up the titles of all your videos as well, which most people do.

A video is about a hundred times more likely to end up on the first page of Google without any back links being made to it at all, just because it has the right title, and appears in the video results section, as the top video from You Tube.

Google Plus

Google Plus doesn’t really appeal to me much any more, but I’d say it was one of those sites that you need to be on, simply because Google own Google Plus, and they’re not going to not give you better rankings if you’re active on the site, and getting shares from there.

They can’t really give you massive rankings either, because that would just encourage spam, the very thing they’re trying to get rid of, but it does have a minor positive effect, particularly if it looks real, and natural.

I do sell Google Plus followers if you want to buy them, although I’d suggest that you don’t spend all your money on that.

It might be good to get some just so you don’t have none, if you know what I mean. I get them from the same social swapping sites as everything else, email me with the link to your profile after paying via the Pay Pal button on the payment page.

Now I could go on and list Stumble Upon, Linked In, Pinterest, Instagram, and so on and so forth, but I think I made the point, I can get you followers on those sites as well if you want them, (or Linked In shares anyway), and well you need help if you’re going to do all of this stuff at all, because you have other things that need doing.

I can help you with SEO services, like the writing of high quality, original 400 word articles, and I’m having a lot of success in ranking my current client’s sites.

Basically, if you found this article, and you needed to ask which sites were the big social media platforms, then you don’t know enough about the subject, and need to hire an expert like me to coach you through the things that it took me five years of working every day online to learn.

I can save you the time of struggling for years searching through articles on Google trying to learn what you need to know in order to make a few dollars online, and get you to the point I’m at much quicker, which is making a decent living from my site.

Send me an email to talk about your site, my address is rowan@professionalsocialpromotion.com.

 

 

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