How to Promote a Website through Social Media

May 20th, 2014 By Super Admin | comment

Connection. This has constantly been the name of the game, especially in business. Companies who neglect promotion do not last. They stop becoming relevant; their companies rot slowly, and their clients move to other companies. As a result, the owners end up losing life, losing passion.

History has proven that smaller nations survived because of pacts and great nations have remained solid and sturdy because of concrete connections with other nations.

The growth of social media has been the make or break of today’s companies. The number of virtual assistants increased and continues to increase because of the demand to keep up with the social trends and stay pertinent against competitors. We base efficiency on the amount of website traffic we generate and the response to the content we provide.

What does it take to be a social media giant?

1. Be a spy

It is a human need to interact with other humans. The number of threads in the internet is a proof of this. You’ll see threads on almost about anything; from pets to food, to conspiracy theories.

The point is, public pulse has never been more available. You do not need to scatter survey forms on the street and harass people to answer them. The talk of the town will reach virtual space. Listen to what the people are saying. Listen to what your promoters are offering. Then, strategize a plan to execute.

 2. Make catchy, persuasive content

Promotion is like fishing. You need the right bait for the right fish. But the fish need to keep biting. How do we create content that satisfies readers? Or better yet, What keeps them biting?


The right content builds connections. If your content connects your audience to the things, or people, of their interest, congratulations! You’ve just caught some fish. Find the right connections then. Do a research on reliable sites and companies you’ll build your website around.


Great Kings had fallen and risen on a single piece of minute information. Your audience will look for content that will actually help them know things that drove them to your site. Never disappoint them.

Providing satisfying content, on the contrary, builds your website. It will save them time if they found a site that is ‘bookmark-worthy.’ They will come back. They will talk about you. Make it a point then, that the information you provide helps them, but at the same time, keeps them coming back for a bit more.

3. Response

Technology is both a blessing and a curse. Information that is readily available in a matter of mouse clicks is game-changing. The other side of the coin is, people expect a faster response time. The response is more demanding. You are given a short amount of time to decide on things. A missed e-mail or call can be devastating. Deal with this problem and you’ve conquered half of your problems.

4. Build a Community

Civilizations have formed due to people who decided to live together in mutual trust and respect. Social media never lacked those aspects commonly present in a healthy community. The social media builds a community within people who share a common interest and goal. Two things you can get from a social media community are:


You’ll find a spot for your brand. You will be able to promote your site within the bounds of mutual trust and respect. Besides the fact of the amount of unsolicited advice you will get.


As you carve your spot in the social media, you will get the chance to solidify your identity. It can do a great boost for you or a great retreat for your company.

Cost effective. This is the greatest advantage in utilizing social media. You reach millions of people with no or little cost. Come up with a good plan and start getting connected.

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