I hope to break that for you today and offer the quickest free way that I know to get traffic from Facebook to your webpage.
The key factor here is, yes you can get traffic from Facebook a quicker way but you will probably end up getting ousted from some groups and probably get yourself a label that you don’t want.
We’re not here to annoy people, we are here to help them.
You have probably seen a lot of people trying to get traffic from Facebook by simply posting their opportunity all over, some even have the audacity to do it on your personal page too, which is really annoying. THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER! Can only be seen a few times before you switch off.
Extracting Traffic from Facebook Almost Instantly
The key to what we are doing here is to use an intermediary site when extracting traffic from Facebook, this gives us the opportunity to build up some rapport with the reader before we suggest our product. Also, many of the article directories and Web 2.0 sites will not let you put affiliate links and some capture forms into your content, which obviously defeats the purpose of what we are trying to do!
Remember, we are here to provide solutions to people’s problems, so create something of value for your reader in your intermediary site’s article.
What I fail to go into in the video below is how to entice people to read your article, but that is a whole other story, you will understand the mechanism of extracting traffic from Facebook, although your results will vary depending on what level of copywriting skill you have. Check out this post for How to Write Headlines that Work on CopyBlogger
Check out the video -
The 3 Simple Steps to Extracting Traffic from Facebook
- Write an informative article that fixes a problem on a 3rd party website
- Put a couple of links to your product/service in the article (which is part of the solution)
- Post the article on your Facebook wall and in relevant groups.
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