instantly gain visibility on social media using these 4 things

Instantly Gain Visibility on Social Media using these 4 Things.

Here’s what you need to be doing on social media for more engagement. These tips will help you get more visibility all across the board.

It can be frustrating not having any kind of traffic. However, you must be consistent with a strategy that works for you to help you increase the flow all across social media.

I have to admit, though, blogging isn’t easy. In fact, it’s taken me more than 6 months to figure it out.

I started with the mindset that I would make it in 2 months and I would know all the tricks, on top of that I didn’t have any plans of actions in place and third I seriously was so disorganized. (Worse habit anyone can have).

So, let me show you how you can gain more visibility on social media using these 4 steps.




Β Sharing Content

I get different people asking me about curate content. This means you’re sharing other people’s content.


When you do share content, others actually appreciate it and most likely end up following you, commenting back, and sharing your content as well.


Not only are you sharing content but you’re sharing valuable information with others.

Another reason for sharing content you get to build business relationships with other bloggers.

Daily Treats

They may end up giving you free advice, you could be a guest post for their blog, or refer you a potential client.

Facebook groups

The number of people using Facebook groups is increasing a lot. Facebook reported more than 700 million people use Facebook groups every month and it just keeps growing.

This is an awesome place to increase your visibility. There are groups that allow a promo day and usually, you’re allowed one link. That means that if you want to get more comments on your blog then it helps you increase it. Or maybe you want to get likes to your business page, whatever the case is each group allows promo days throughout the week.

What do you say? Maybe it’s time for you to start joining a few groups locally and then search for other groups.

You can also join my group where I give you the opportunity to share your expertise and your gifts. I also love having a weekly expert every now and then. Plus, you get encouragement, advice, and tips from other creative business owners.

Join Create, Manifest, and Build here.

Pinterest

Did you know that Millennials are using this platform just as much as Instagram?

Pinterest is all about the graphics and this is so key to getting lots of traffic to your website, freebie, etc. Pinterest users often pick graphics that are colorful, high quality, and related to their niche. You can use Canva to create some pretty graphics that converts.

The beauty of Pinterest is that it is a huge search engine to find content. So adding relevant content, using keywords in the descriptions of your pins can help people find you much easier.

Twitter

The beauty of Twitter chats is that you get involved with the community, you support them, and you get to build relationships with other creatives.

One thing about twitter chats is to always be yourself. Show new followers that you’re human and you actually interact with others.

Make sure you engage and you reply to conversations. You never know when you’ll gain a new follower, or new collaborations, or client. The opportunities are endless here.

There’s also that one person who might have a question and you may be the only one to answer it. Jump in and give them a solution right away. You’re establishing authority and trust with them.

There are many ways to increase your visibility on social media. Try those that resonate with you the most and you’ll see your numbers grow steadily.

28 comments on “Instantly Gain Visibility on Social Media using these 4 Things”

  1. Great tips! I recently started getting better at sharing content and engaging in the FB groups I’m a part of. Twitter still confuses me a little, but I know I need to invest a little time to understand it more and learn how to chat on there.

    • Yes, I agree with ya. I neglected Pinterest for a while and now I’m like in love with it. So glad to hear you’re getting traffic from there. πŸ™‚ congrats too.

  2. All good ideas. The platform I struggle with the most is Twitter. I just can’t figure it out and am about to give up. I get most of my traffic from Instagram and Facebook and feel like I should just focus all my attention to those two sources. Love your tips though! Thanks for sharing.

    • I can truly understand and it’s such a fast paced platform I barely get to play with it. Most of us just don’t have too much time to post that often lol. But we’ll get there. πŸ™‚

  3. I tried blogging for several years and last year or just prior I ended all it all. I had been maintaining two blogs and I decided that it was a waste of my time and I was tired of the ridiculing way of existing on the Internet; that harassment that goes with being online and yet not seeming to be; names, hashtags, that feeling that others know you when they don’t; you follow someone and in real life some person follows you; what seems is not really so; anyhow, I ended deleting all of my contents and blogs on line. Four years of volunteering and documenting charities that I volunteered for and sharing of myself online, just all got deleted.

    None realized or cared either way. There is a fine line with who is important and those that are not. I was never understood because I was never cleared with what I was doing on line. I am unclear as to how living /existing really is; it seems to be for those who has or reared children since they feed the economy. I don’t.

    Thank you for sharing.

    • How interesting. It sounds like this might not have been not your call. Sometimes we have to do something for so long and move on. I find your story similar to mine.. I was in network marketing and tried it for 5 years… Never ever made a dime and I got so frustrated I left it alone last year. I embarrased myself and made a fool of myself. My so called friends made fun of me and my family well they think I’m a joke. But any-who, I hope you find your passion soon. Thank you for taking your time to read. πŸ™‚

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