Today, we will talk about how one small but very proud editor can increase traffic from social network posts without advertisers, website layout, moms, dads, or extra budgets. Oh yes, and we'll do it without vague, meaningless advice, such as "make the content more attractive to your audience" — Hello, Captain Obvious!
Ann, where's the traffic?
When I am asked: "Where is the traffic from the posts?", there are several possible answers:
● «Have you seen their website? To download the mobile version, you had to click on the link as soon as you were born — it's that slow»;
● «Have the posts been distributed? No? There's your answer»;
● «No one will buy [the name of the category of goods or services] through social networks. Who sold you this? I want to confront that liar and look 'em in the eye!»;
● «You insult me as an editor! I feel like I'm writing great posts to create traffic for a lame site!»;
As you can see, when it comes to website traffic from posts, an editor has lots of excuses — after all, we have no power over many factors! But is that really so? And what if we put aside the stereotypes and try on new roles? Billy Milligan's Multiple Personality Syndrome will help us with this!
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