6 Ways Unique Social Media Tactics Can Help You See New Readers

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#Bloggers can get more #Blog Traffic with 6 Social Media Tactics

How often do you see people checking their phones?

According to a recent study, people look at their smartphones 85 times a day.

Since people often check their social media on their phones, today’s guest author Mike Pederson explains how you can capitalize on that behavior. He offers six social media tactics to grow your blog readership.

6 Ways Social Media Tactics Can Help You Grow Your Audience

By Mike Pederson

In this generation, you know for a fact that people spend most of their time browsing and checking on different social media channels, thus; taking advantage of people’s interest in social media as you start your blog or business is a must.

Grow Your Audience with These Social Media Tactics

Create an interesting social profile and About Page.

One of the first things you need to consider as you work on growing your target audience, whatever social media you want to use or pursue, is creating a strong social profile and pages.

For instance, if you create a Facebook profile, you need to ensure that you use a profile photo that can easily be identified as your company or business logo.

Your profile on any of your social media account should come out strong in order to generate interest, and following that, good traffic.

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Share quality and good content

What is the best way to increase the viewer’s interest in your content? Share quality content. Letting your audience see interesting content on your social networking sites, may it be Facebook, Twitter and the like, is necessary. Upload interesting videos, good materials to read, presentations, and other things that can make your account highly interesting for people to read and share with their friends.

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Use friend-finding features available on different social networking sites

Give your target market ease in finding your account by letting your name highly available on search tabs on different social networking sites. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter has different ways to keep you and other users ease of locating different personalities and businesses, make use of those search engine and make sure that it will work towards your advantage.

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Add links on your website

Here is how to make people aware that you have social networking account, add icons to your website’s header sidebar and footer. Make sure that people are aware of other available sites you have by adding official buttons of different social websites on your particular social networking account. On your Facebook account, make use of the button generator and brand assets, to have your other social networking accounts be connected to that, thus giving your visitors the chance of checking out your other social networking account.

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Add social network links to your email signatures

You surely have customers or blogging connections that you use email as your medium to communicate. Therefore, including the social network icon on your email address is surely a good idea. It can even be a standard text link. Include the link or icon to your email signature, for them to know that you have a social account available for them to view. The button or link should direct them to your site automatically.

Social Media Tactics are easy with these new tips

[Host blogger’s comments: The screenshot shows my email signature. As you can see, I have links to both my blog and my book on Amazon.]

Make use of your social networking account to promote your other accounts

Make use of your already existing and famous accounts to introduce your other social network accounts. Let your current participants know that you have other accounts available for them to check out, tell it directly by posting the news on your account, thus going through their news feeds.

Social Media Tactics help #bloggers get traffic

[Host Blogger’s Comments: The screenshot shows the link on my Facebook page that directs people to my blog. The screenshot below shows two links on my Twitter profile. They both take people to my blog.]

Social Media Tactics help #bloggers grow their #BlogTraffic


Making use of social media sites towards your advantage is a must. Follow these social media tactics to ensure that all will go your way.

Author Bio: Mike Pedersen is the founder of The Dental Boost. A boutique, hands-on digital marketing agency helping dentists grow their new patient numbers and revenues using a customized dental marketing system.

Readers, please share Mike’s post. His unique tips make sense.

Which did you think was Mike’s best tip? Are there any you think you might try? Are there any you already try? How effective are you finding the strategies? I look forward to your views in the comment section.

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  1. John Doe

    My favorite tip was the one that you put the two links under your signature at Your social media sites It seems the easier you make it for them to get back to your website the better off you are

  2. Melinda Mitchell

    Hi BBFFJ, and Mike,
    Thanks for all the info! I think the best tip was add a link to my email signature! I never even thought of that! Thanks!

    • Janice Wald

      HI BBFFM,
      Great to hear from you. So, did you do it– add your email signature? Thanks for writing.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Divine,
      I’m so happy our article could inspire you. However, I don’t know if adding a “popular post” link would add to traffic.
      I have “Top Posts of 2016” in my right sidebar. Also, WordPress lists “Top Posts and Pages” in my right sidebar. I’ve never tried in my email and I don’t know of any analytics that would tell you the effectiveness. I’m sorry if I couldn’t be of more help.

  3. Lisa Sicard

    Hi Janice and Mike,
    I think the best tip is to interlink your accounts, your email, your blog, etc with your social accounts. No matter where people find you they should be able to find you where they go the most.
    I think too that sharing great content is another way to increase your social media influence on your social accounts.
    Also I see many bloggers that when I go to tweet their post after commenting, the user name of their Twitter handle is not there. That’s a BIGGIE!

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Lisa,
      Thanks for dropping by today. I agree with what you wrote about the importance of linking accounts. I felt this was a novel tip by my guest author. Of course, strong content is important. Speaking of which I’m still debating on a Listly post, LOL. I received notification that someone (you?) added to the list I contribute to.
      As far as Twitter, I agree with you. Sometimes I go to notify someone I linked to them so they share on Twitter, but their Twitter handle isn’t there. Now you have me concerned. I want to make sure my Twitter handle is there, but I’m at school where Twitter is blocked, LOL. I’ve received notification you’ve retweeted me, so I guess my Twitter handle is there. Relief since I agree that’s huge.

  4. Danny Ray

    I can’t tell you the number of bloggers I see who don’t/haven’t linked their page to social media. I can’t figure out why someone would cut their page off from these outlets. Social media brings in about 25% of my total visits every day. Couldn’t imagine not wanting that.

    • Janice Wald

      Hi Danny,
      Great to hear from you. Thanks for your comments. I agree. Even when they do have social share buttons, they are few. For example, I like to stumble people’s links at StumbleUpon. Even if you’re at WordPress.com, this button can be installed manually.
      Do you know Smorgasbord Sally? I guest posted about the need for social share buttons for her.

  5. Vicky Rout

    These are great tips, Thank You Janice Wald for your great post I enjoyed the read this article.

  6. Bella D. @ Self-Publishing Made Easy Now

    I really like reading articles like this. Your tips must be very helpful and I will try it out soon. Thanks for sharing your ideas about the topic.

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