As an owner of a website, you must observe your blog traffic stats, every day. Along with this, you must also observe the traffic that is generated to your website through various social media websites. In fact, it is one of the top three traffic generators in the realm of the web. There are times, the social media traffic generation could be even more than the other forms of traffic. All of this is going to completely depend on your being able to attract people on social media, through your level of engagement, to increase your website worthiness and double your website traffic.
Do not shy away from re-sharing your post. What various blog owners and even other social media owners do not realise is, that the key to making your website rise in terms of popularity and in terms of the “rage” among people on different social media is to share most of your content, everyday, to ensure that you keep your audiences engaged towards you. Many blog owners implemented this practice in their earlier stages, and are now known to be the the best in their respective fields. It is an aspect of marketing, about which common people do not really care.
Sharing does not mean spamming people’s social media accounts. Sharing and spamming are never synonymous. Sharing the same content, as we said above is a good practice to attract more traffic to you. However, too much sharing is not healthy. You would want to mellow down with the sharing. A particular post must be shared not more than two times in a month, with intervals. Sharing content by strategizing it like this will ensure that it has the chances of going viral, sooner or later.
Now, let’s come to the strategizing part. Strategizing your posting schedule is the very basis of you having a chance of getting viral. You need to be very careful with this, or else you are going to be in the risk of sending out more and more messages/ posts, and losing many followers. A scheduled, meticulously created is going to help you with the same. You need to fix days for posting a blog post, a video content, or even your tweets and other social updates. This way you prepare a social media approach to get more and more views and clicks, thereby generating you more and more traffic. Your schedule, for example, could be executed in the following manner:
● A social media message when you intend to go live
● Social media messages for the next two hours, at least.
● The same message shared again, in an appropriate manner
● Related/unrelated series of posts/ messages published in the following two weeks
● Pre-scheduled messages for the next one month
● Additional planning for posting new messages/ posts for the next three months.
No matter how good it is, or how convenient, you should never share the same message twice. Other forms of content can be shared two times, however. By optimizing your social media management skill like this, you are going to be able to see the results in a very less time. These are very simple strategies, that have the capability of working for all kinds of websites and blogs, and have known to generate major forms of traffic.