Part of my job, as someone trying to make a business from blogging, is to explore and exploit all avenues of social media in the promotion of my blog. With there being many platforms that you can choose to use to help grow your online presence, the idea of buying followers and likes online similar to what you’ll find here (or finden Sie hier if you speak German) may be one worth considering.
This is how bloggers find new readers and draw in their audience. You see, not everyone has the time to visit my blog each day – I know, I can’t imagine it either – which means that I have to find a way to get my content in front of them that is more convenient, and more likely to get your/their attention. But I’ve also got to be aware of people who may want to gain access to my blog in an unethical way. To protect my Blog from these nasty people, I use various password managers to keep my data secure. So understandably, organization and optimization of things like Instagram traffic will be very helpful for me. As you can imagine, I was delighted to find out about linktree alternatives free of charge!
Enter Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google +, Linked In and a million others that I can’t keep up with.
Some people only have time for a quick glance at a ‘tweet’. Some prefer the camaraderie of a feed on Facebook. Others are looking for articles that are more professional in nature – and use Linked In as their go-to.
Beyond posting to each social network you need to take into account “peak” times. This refers to the time/s of day when most users are online, and when your post will have the best chance of getting clicked (click-through rate).
Obviously – to me anyways – Pinterest has its highest traffic numbers on Saturday mornings. This is when their demographic (me) has the most time, and inclination, to sit and surf the site.
Then you have to consider international markets, because while Facebook is the number one social media company overall, there are numerous others that have solid footing in various countries. Google’s Orkut for example, which I had never heard of until researching this post, reaches over 20 million users in Brazil and is far and away their largest social media network. Likewise, QQ/QZone is China’s largest social network and reaches over 700 million people PER MONTH.