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My Strategies For Generating Leads Through Twitter Marketing (Part 2)

My last post on how I build leads online covers everything you will need to know to start growing your affiliate campaign and start generating sign-ups and/or sales, but there are a few more things I want to touch on that I didn't include in that article. Some of which are how I manage and scale my efforts on a day-to-day basis. Goal setting and time management is just as huge of a factor to your success as actually promoting your brand, so here are a few more strategies that you can use to get the most out of marketing online(primarily from Twitter):

I used to do this with my lead magnet and website, but recently I've came to the conclusion that this is not as important as promoting directly on my timeline(for over 300 million active monthly users on Twitter to find and see) since I am already promoting my website & lead magnet in my bio, pinned tweet and auto dm campaign that I have set up. You should promote at least one of your affiliate products on your timeline per day with addition promotions being based on what I call my "1/5th rule." What this is is a rule that I follow as to not have my timeline cluttered with products promotions and blend them in with a natural mix of content, engagements and random status updates(sometimes as a funny joke since one of the best ways to get someone to like you is to make them laugh). For every 5 tweets, promote one of your affiliate products! But of course, follow this rule ONLY when you are past your one-product-a-day limit. Otherwise, promote one of your affiliate products on your timeline regardless of anything else!

Posting comments on high ranking blogs and niche sites that are within your keyword range is a great way of driving traffic to your site. But of course, you should only be doing this on websites that have page 1 ranking because less than 10% of people will advance past the first page of search results. And if the webmaster won't allow you to post links either in the comment or your bio, then you should look for alternatives like leaving comments on Facebook pages that have a lot of followers and posting your links there instead. But leaving comments on 1st page articles should definitely be your top priority since the leads you get will be more targeted(shown to people are actually looking for products related to what you are promoting) and 85% of all traffic is referred from a search engine. They are the real definition of lead magnets😄😉

Although I didn't in the beginning, I now believe the popular idea in marketing that, "People love to buy, but they hate being sold to!" We are able to circumvent the KLT(know, like, trust) factor a little bit as affiliates because, obviously, we don't actually sell anything(as affiliates), but in in order to promote anything you will have to be noticed, and to be noticed people will have to subscribe to your campaign, and in order for people to subscribe to your campaign, they will still have to at least like and trust you. I try to keep my followers engaged with me by liking their tweets, retweeting tweets that really stand out from the rest and, occasionally responding in non-intrusive ways to help or advice they are seeking that I am able to assist them with. At the end of the day, probably the second biggest marketing mistake you can make after being boring/irrelevant is to not follow up with your leads and become forgotten.

There are many SEO EXPERTS that will sell you wolf tickets and try to convince you that you don't need backlinks to rank high on search engines and even go as far as telling you things like "content is king!" and "I never sought a backlink for my rankings!" Okay, now while the second statement might be true(can't vouch for the first), it is deceptive in the way that it attempts to downplay link building strategies and convince you that backlinks are not needed at all for high rankings. Take it from the horses mouth, backlinks are the most important ranking factor(source) and every real SEO expert would tell you that PageRank is a link-analysis algorithm. But links with nofollow tags(source) like you will find on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc will not help your pages ranking, so you will need to create accounts on websites like Blogger, Wordpress and Tumblr and create blogs to post short, even crappy(all that matters is the link, really), articles with links to your profile to give yourself and these dofollow links will improve your serp ratings over time. Users are 94% more likely to click on organic search results than paid results, so unless you have connects with the New York Times, Washington Post or other media outlets with huge followings and high page rankings, ignore the "content is king" myth and consider this strategy a huge benefit to building your website as a long-term asset to passive leads and income.

((UPDATE: Make your articles/posts as short as possible(twitter-status 140 characters or less short if possible) because the only thing here that matters is the dofollow link and keywords you provide. For example, if your niche is about coffee you make a blog post something like, "Check this page out {link to your website} their COFFEE* is great!!" Then wait until this page/post gets indexed and the link and keywords will give your website some SEO juice))

That's all I have for now. So many people make the process of marketing more difficult than it needs to be, but at the time of writing, the information provided in this article and with the previous edition(pt. 1) is more than all you will need to start making money online through affiliate marketing. I won't promise that you will make a lot of sales overnight this way, but starting out, or if you think paid advertising is becoming too expensive(like me), this is a way to generate leads that's used by over 16 million marketers on Crowdfire(the tool that I use) alone. And I personally believe that if you don't have the time to sit in front of a computer and build human relationships with your leads(even if you use paid advertising), then you probably shouldn't be in this business, anyway. Until next time....


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