Ways to Use Facebook for Affiliate Marketing Today we discuss specific strategies that you can use with social networks, especially Facebook, that can make you money through affiliate marketing.Ways to Use Facebook for Affiliate Marketing
What I have done next is to divide similar strategies into sections so that you can have multiple ideas for the same kind of strategies and pass on sections that do not apply to your situation.
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This section includes organic publications on Facebook. Look for ads for the last section. Organic publishing may include your personal account or business page, but keep in mind the limitations of both. In general, Facebook has less of a problem with business sites promoting affiliate links, but personal profiles have more freedom when they join groups and post on other walls.
1. Publish an affiliate link directly in your personal feed. From time to time your feed will record it, but neither your friends nor Facebook will like it unless they post more than commercial links every day. You will find that fewer and fewer people see your publications and that this damages their friendships.
2. Encourage your friends and family to share your link. Also on a rare occasion to promote good content or good offers, it will be fine. I recommend this only during the holidays and only when the item is for sale. Watch out for sales on Amazon and adjust them for the best effect.
3. Publish an affiliate link on a page that you have created for offers. One of the most common ways to use affiliate marketing on Facebook is a kind of “Great Deals” page. The problem is that without a central goal, it can be difficult to withdraw and you have a lot of competition. Start to scale down and expand your horizons as you grow.
4. Post an affiliate link in the Facebook groups you belong to. Some Facebook groups are great places to share your links. Others delete their publications and / or remove them from the group for promotional purposes. Make sure you know the rules of the group before publishing your link to avoid such issues. If necessary, share links to your site instead of your affiliate links.
5. Look for new groups where you can share your link. If you have a targeted product idea, you can search for Facebook groups that focus on and join these products. When they are active, they allow advertising, and they are not full of other affiliate marketers, they can have great places to share their links.
6. Publish testimonials with a link to unmarked pages. Find fan pages for products or brands instead of real brands. Find product publications and leave your opinion with an affiliate link. But be careful. This can be considered a spam technique and can damage your account.
7. Share picture galleries of your favorite products. Facebook loves visual media, so picture galleries can be a great way to show a product you want to sell. Even these pictures are just flavored versions of what the Amazon product page already has on display.
8. Create and publish video reviews of your product with a link in the description. The video will play automatically, but without sound. Make sure you have text to deliver your message to those who are not listening.
9. Generally, promote your website through your personal news feed. In general, your friends and family support any creative business or personal business that starts, and even more so if you succeed. Sharing may involve some of them, and your friends may share it with their friends, who may follow suit. Friends are not the best or the ones that become demographic, but they can be a good match or an impulse.
10. Promote individual content with your personal plan. Similarly, instead of sharing your website, you can generally share certain content. It’s best if you know someone who talks about a product. Share a review you wrote with your affiliate link.
11. Promote individual content through your business page. Business pages have a better opportunity to reach specific groups of people through tips and subsequent organic ads. However, it’s always a better idea to share content than the main pages on a business page. Therefore, you should run a content production module if you want to proceed like this. Consistency is important here.
12. Treat affiliate links as offers to encourage new users to follow them. Where other brands offer specific offers and incentives, they are not necessarily controlled. What you can do, however, is that a sale you see is something that you configure and link as an urgent offer.
13. Post a free incentive so users can click on your website. It can provide many real incentives that may or may not be real incentives. E-books are a general offer, but you can create a pseudo-Groupon agreement or even start a mailing list for daily offers as an incentive.
14. Apply a bid-based RSS feed for your website. Most of your listeners are not bothered by RSS, but those who do so may be interested in a reliable stream of great content.
15. Find other affiliate marketers in related niches and seek a partnership. I see this more often with bloggers based on foods that use affiliate marketing and promote the content of others. It’s great for them because there is an infinite variety of recipes and personal stories that accompany them. The more personal and varied your niche is, the better.
16. Use Facebook groups to find people who follow your page. Do you remember all the groups you found in the first part that may be useful but have rules against advertising? You can connect with these people in ways that make them readers and get them to promote your site to their own audience and even within the group.
17. Discuss a product on the side of an influencer when he mentions it. It takes a bit of luck, but if you see someone with a high-profile page who talks about a product, you can write or find a short review or content about it that you’ve already created, and link it in a comment. Value is the important part here, you’re basically trying to become one of your best comments.
18. Promote your content to top influencers with the hope of sharing it. Again, some strategies require quality content such as revisions and user guides. If you find a blog in your niche that you like, and you share high quality content, you can share yours with them and see if they promote them.
Develop a mailing list via Facebook
A mailing list is an excellent resource. You can use it in a loop to bring people from your website to Facebook and Facebook to your website. It is also a source of traffic and link clicks, regardless of organic and paid search queries. Creating a mailing list is one way to start other websites and become independent of paid ad addiction.
19.E-mail capture page from Facebook. Use an existing mailing list to add people to your Facebook page. I do not recommend buying a mailing list: your content will end up in the spam folder and blacklisted, but if you have an existing list from another company, you can add your new list.
20. Publish compelling links to optimized landing pages. In your organic Facebook feed, you can post links to specific landing pages for which you’ve spent time optimizing conversions. The purpose of these homepages will not be to start your affiliate links, and they should not even be present. Instead, you only have one form that users can fill in to register on their list, and a lot of text explaining why they should do just that.
21. Offer free content, such as: B. Detailed user manuals for the products. This is generally the standard offer of subscribing to “Free E-Book on X Topics!”, But you can turn it into the incentive you want to give. Just make sure that the incentive does not cost more than the expected value of the people you receive when you join your list.
22. Run-side advertising for true brand fans. Sidebar ads are not that useful for conversions because many people ignore or block them. However, the only exception is when you know users are already fans of the product in question. It works best with brands that only produce one thing, or when you target fan pages that are fan pages for the specific product rather than the brand in general.
23. Run newsfeed ads promoting the content of your blog. The news service is ideal for publications that appear organic but are paid to reach certain types of people. The trick is to focus on your direction of publication, but I’ll talk more about it at the end of this release.
24. Start messages promoting an incentive offer. Any incentives you offer for blog subscribers, opt-in mailing lists, or any other form of conversion can be improved by paying an additional promotion.
25. Post video ads to use the Facebook ad. Facebook has promoted large-scale video ads over the past year because they are the new source of heat and are trying to compete with YouTube and the late Vine.
26. Start messages that promote your article directly. It’s complicated because Facebook does not usually post ads where the goal is just an affiliate link. You must link to at least one landing page to complete your approval process.