How To Drive 271 Visitors To Your Site Using A Little-Known Social Media Loophole

Alright so this week I wanted to share the results of a social media experiment I conducted in a non-IM (and very technical) niche.

Inside this case-study I reveal how I have used one of my preferred traffic sources, LinkedIn to bring 271 extremely targeted visitors to a website.

The great thing about this technique is that even when it fails, it will bring you a couple hundreds visits. And when it works I have seen as much as 2000 visitors in a single day.

Now if you are selling a product or service and you convert just 1% of these visitors, this strategy might be worth your time.

Watch the video above for the full story,

To your social media success,

P.S. I also conducted an interesting experiment with Pinterest, but the results are not satisfactory enough to share them here today. I will send you the results over next Saturday, as I find that Pinterest has a lot of potential, if used right of course.

P.P.S. If you are wondering how to post to 50 groups at the same time on Linked In please watch this quick video walkthrough.

Important Facebook Update [Watch This]

Facebook Timelines are rolling across all fanpages on March 31st, so we have about 20 days left to get used to it or get left behind.

In this light I have created this little walkthrough video above which might save you some time. I found the new interface very confusing and it took me a good hour just to get used to it. I wanted to save you the hassle of getting accustomed to Facebook somewhat clunky interface.

Watch the video above for all the details,

Best,

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Click here to download your Facebook Timeline Graphics (14 files)

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Update: Following Antonio’s feedback below I had a closer look at the Facebook cover TOS which you can find here.

In short your cover photo cannot include:

A. Price or purchase information, such as “40% off” or “Download it at our website”.
B. Contact information such as a website address, email, mailing address, or information that should go in your Page’s “About” section.
C. References to Facebook features or actions, such as “Like” or “Share” or an arrow pointing from the cover photo to any of these features.
D. Calls to action, such as “Get it now” or “Tell your friends”.

Covers must not be false, deceptive or misleading, and must not infringe on third parties’ intellectual property. (Source)