Simply owning a website doesn’t earn you any credibility, or money. In order to benefit from your precious online real estate, you need to have traffic. There are two types of website traffic: Organic (free) and Paid. While it’s advantageous to utilize both methods, in this article we’ll show you how to get Free traffic to a website.

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#1 Rule – Always SEO Your Website

If you want to build a website that is going to stick around, then you’ll have to learn how to please the search engines. In order to do that, there are simple guidelines to follow that include creating and presenting quality content, as well as avoiding spammy blackhat techniques.

I recently published an article that outlines the basics of SEO, so if you’re not sure what it means to SEO your site, don’t worry…

For more information on using keywords and how to build, or update, your website using whitehat (good) SEO techniques, you can see my previous article Learn Search Engine Optimization (the Right Way!)

SEO Whitehat Techniques

Using good SEO techniques when building out your website creates a strong foundation for a long-lasting website. The secret to being “found” on a search engine is to provide searchers with the most relevant information on the topic they are searching.

When Google and other search engines see that you are contributing unique and helpful information, they will present your website in the SERPs (or Search Engine Results Pages), which allows people to find you, thus creating traffic to your website.

SEO is extremely important for longevity, and should always be your first method of creating organic traffic.

#1 Free Online Marketing Tool – Social Media Platforms

The world is obsessed with social media and online purchasing. In our society’s ever-growing need for instant gratification, the internet has exploded into a giant market of visual advertisements and fast shipping of whatever your heart desires.

Whether your business, and your website, provides products or services, it can benefit from the use of social media platforms to gain massive amounts of traffic (and increase sales!) for Free.

Here are the 6 Top Social Media Platforms for Business:

  1. Pinterest
  2. Facebook
  3. Instagram
  4. Twitter
  5. LinkedIn
  6. YouTube

Pinterest is a Search Engine

The widely used social media platform, Pinterest, is actually a large search engine. You can search for anything you like in the search bar, and much like Google responds, it will return the most relevant pins, boards, or people based on the keywords you entered.

Pinterest for Business is quite the traffic tool, as Pinterest is happy to help you market your business, and will even help you create a brand specific campaign.

While you do need to follow their rules of engagement in order to utilize the platform (which is true of any platform), they seem to make it pretty easy for any type of business to market online; from independent entrepreneurs, to small businesses, to large corporations.

Pinterest Business Account

If you haven’t yet discovered what Pinterest can do for your business, you can research what they have to offer on their Create a Pinterest Business Account page. They have very helpful articles on how to use your business account, as well as analytics to optimize your time and efforts.

While Pinterest is not the largest social media platform, it is arguably the greatest platform for generating free targeted traffic. It is used very differently than other platforms, in that people are often looking for inspiration and information of new products to buy, versus just socializing.

After creating your business page, you create “boards” with topics related to your business, which will hold your “pins” which are images with text, or very short videos, that contain links to something on your website (info, product, service). The idea is to create unique pins to appeal to your target audience, who will then re-pin (share), thereby generating more traffic back to your website.

Pinterest Account Setup and Use Tips:

  • Use your company logo for your Profile picture (optimal upload size is 600 x 600px which will display as 165 x 165 px)
  • Use keywords related to your business in the ‘About You’ section
  • Confirm your website to boost your pin’s rankings and increase your brand visibility
  • Use short, but descriptive board names (include keywords if possible)
  • Write clear, concise, yet detailed, board descriptions including keywords
  • Include your logo in your pin image, and your Brand name in your pin description
  • When your able to, incorporate a scheduler to maximize your efforts (like Tailwind or Hootsuite)

Is there a paid ad option? After you’ve created your account and found an audience, then you may want to incorporate a Pinterest Ad campaign to increase your brand awareness and drive more traffic to your website. Pinterest has a step-by-step guide for creating a successful custom ad campaign with a set schedule and budget.

Facebook is the Largest Social Media Platform

According to Hubspot (, Facebook has over a billion active Users every day, and three out of four people on Facebook scroll their feed page in search of “interesting content.”

Interesting content?!

Well, you might have some of that to share!

To use Facebook for marketing your brand, you’ll need to create a Business Page, and you must first have a personal profile in order to do this.

There are Two Ways to Create a Facebook Business Page:

  • You can use your existing profile, if you’d like. Simply login and click on ‘Create’ then click on ‘Page’. Choose the appropriate title, either ‘Business or Brand’, or ‘Community or Public Figure’.

Or, if you need / prefer…

  • You can create a whole new profile, then ‘Create a Page’ from that. Either way, your ‘Page’ is separate from your profile and will only show as being connected if you choose it to be under Settings, or add yourself as the Admin under Settings: Page Roles. If you wish to be unidentified, then don’t assign any roles.

Facebook Business Page

After you ‘Create a Page’ you’ll be ready to start marketing in 5 QUICK STEPS:


1. Create a Page Name. This should be your Business Name, Brand, or Domain Name if you have a business website.

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2. Select a Category. Start entering your type of business, then choose from the suggested Categories.

3. Enter your Address. This is a legal business requirement. Just check the box ‘Don’t show my address’ if you don’t want it to display on your page.

4. Add a Profile Picture. Most often, this will be your Logo for a business. You can use a personal photo if you’re an independent agent such as a Realtor, Financial Planner, Private Instructor, etc.

5. Add a Cover Photo. It’s best to use an image or banner that is associated with your business. FB allows a space of 828 x 315 px and will not resize your photo, so try to optimize before you upload. You will have the ability to adjust placement slightly. Do not skip this step, as having a cover photo greatly increases your exposure.

Next, you’ll want to visit Settings to edit your page functions and restrictions.

Then start posting! You’re now marketing on Facebook!  

Is there a paid ad option? Once you have some posts on your new page, you’ll also have the option of using ‘Boost’ and creating ads if you want help finding more interaction and new followers. You choose your audience, schedule, and budget.

You can also visit Facebook for Business to read articles provided by Facebook to help you succeed in using their platform for business. Here’s a great VIDEO source for more information.

Instagram Instagram Business Account

Once you have a Facebook Business Page, it’s very easy to start a campaign on Instagram (since Facebook owns Instagram).

First, you’ll need to create an Instagram Business Account.

Go to Instagram, or download and install the Instagram app from the Google Playstore.

Setup your account by signing in with your Facebook business login, or:

1. Enter your email or phone number.

2. Choose a Username and Password.


1. Fill out your Profile Info.

2. Add a Profile Picture.

3. Click Done.

That’s it!

Now, you can post, share location, share photos, and share videos. For information on how to most effectively use your Instagram Business Account, visit the Instagram Help Center.

With an Instagram Business Account, you receive free Instagram Insights, which provides useful data about your followers, as well as your content performance and engagement.

You can manage your Instagram account directly from their website, the Instagram app, or from your Facebook Business Page, which SAVES TIME and DOUBLES YOUR EFFORTS.

On your Facebook Business page:

  • Go to Settings, and click on Instagram in the left side menu.
  • Connect your Instagram account.
  • Easily share your Facebook ads to Instagram, or create new Instagram ads from your Facebook page.

According to the same Hubspot article I linked above, Instagram has over 1 billion monthly users. So you have the ability to reach a few new people there.

Is there a paid ad option? Instagram Ads can help reach a specific audience with targeting in categories such as location, interests, behaviors, lookalikes (similar followers) or demographics. They are easy to set up and track, and you select your schedule and budget.

Twitter Twitter Business Account

Twitter continues to grow, and is widely used to increase brand awareness.

When you open a business account on Twitter, you’ll need a business name, and a unique Twitter handle.

You can use up to 15 characters to identify or describe your business. Brainstorm some possibilities before setting up your account.

Chances are it will take you a few tries to find a handle that’s available. If your first option is already taken, try adding one of these:

  • The, Just, Mr, Mrs, ThisIs, WeAre (other Title)
  • Inc, Co, HQ, LLC, Corp
  • Ask, Try, Join, Play, Eat (other action)
  • City, State, Country (other location)

To Open a Twitter Business Account:

  • Go to, and click on ‘Sign up.’
  • Enter your name, email, and password (you are allowed ONE account per email address).
  • Create a Username (this is where you use your business name) and click ‘Join.’
  • Build your Timeline (follow some people, there will be suggestions to start).
  • Confirm your email.
  • Customize your business account with a profile picture, background image, website and short company bio. (the bio allows 160 characters, so be concise and be personal)
  • Start Tweeting… and remember to use #Hashtags!

What is Twitter good for?

Connecting to customers fast. But, Tweets don’t stick around forever, so it’s best to determine what times your followers are following and Tweet accordingly. This will take some time to analyze in the beginning, but will be well worth your efforts to optimize your results.

Is there a paid ad option? With Twitter Ads targeting, your business can market to a specific audience, and only pay when a User interacts (Like, Follow, Retweet, etc). If it fits into your marketing budget, it could expand your online connections.

Is LinkedIn still In?

LinkedIn is a professional site for people to review company profiles, network, or job search. Used for business connections, rather than socializing, it can serve as a good place to build your brand.

According to Hubspot stats (again), LinkedIn is the best platform for lead generation. So if you’re a business looking for conversions, then developing your brand on LinkedIn is still In.

LinkedIn Business Accounts

Much like Facebook, you need to have a personal account in order to create a Company page.

To open a LinkedIn account:

  • Enter your desired Email and Password.
  • Enter your First and Last Name.
  • Create your Profile including Country, Zip code, Title, Company, Industry.
  • Verify your E-mail.
  • Start connecting! Suggestions will appear. You can add individuals, add all on the page, use search to add someone specific, or skip this section to return later.
  • Add a Profile Picture.
  • Add your phone number if you want mobile access (optional).
  • Choose your Interests. Hashtag groups (like #entrepreneur) will appear that you can select to see groups and people who fall into that category.

When you arrive on your personal profile page, you can Follow, Post, Like, Comment and Share content.

To Start a Company Page on LinkedIn:

  • In the main navigation bar on your profile, click on the ‘Work’ dropdown.
  • Scroll to the bottom and click ‘Create a Company Page.’
  • Choose a Page type, and enter your Company Name, Website, Industry and Logo.

With a Company Page, you gain marketing features to scale your business

  • Engage with your selected target audience
  • Create objective-based ad campaigns
  • Use conversion tracking
  • Generate qualified leads
  • Use ‘Sponsored Inmail’ to send targeted Private Messages (with an average open rate of 52%, according to LinkedIn)

LinkedIn is the largest professional online network. You can promote your Brand, build relationships, find resources, and reach high-potential customers who are more likely to take action on purchase decisions.

Is there a paid ad option? Yes. The Company Page marketing features mentioned above can be found in LinkedIn Ads. You can maximize your reach of selected audiences through sponsored content, Inmail Ads, and text Ads. You bid for your audience, then set your schedule and budget.

YouTube for Video Marketing

YouTube for Business

Did you know that Google owns YouTube? When you create a YouTube marketing campaign, and incorporate your website, you greatly increase your exposure and your SEO!

YouTube is a very large search engine, with over a billion users each month.

According to Hubspot, over 5 billion videos are watched on YouTube daily!

Don’t think you have what it takes to create your own unique channel? Think again. There are people covering every topic imaginable, and most people aren’t pros.

Don’t want to be on camera? You don’t have to be! There are successful channels that promote video content without the creators ever being on the camera themselves. Don’t let being camera shy stop you from taking advantage of the power of YouTube.

Written words are wonderful, and absolutely necessary for a website, but an evolution has taken place in which people favor video content; preferably short, informative, and interesting video content.

Website owners are greatly expanding their market reach by incorporating video content on their website, which can be shared on all social media platforms, including a personalized YouTube channel.

To get some ideas on how to use YouTube for your business, go to YouTube, search companies you find interesting who have a lot of followers, and research why that is:

  • What type of content are they sharing?
  • What is the average length of a video?
  • How have they established a unique presence?
  • What could you do to establish your unique presence?

Recent information has indicated that the optimum video length is between 60 seconds and 4 minutes; enough time to provide a viewer with something of value, but not too long that they skip over your video to find a shorter one… remember we live in a society now that wants instant gratification. Short, concise, quality videos can lead to an increase in followers and website traffic.

Is there a paid ad option? YouTube can help you create a video marketing campaign to grow brand awareness, increase customer interest, and drive measurable results by choosing the right audience. As with other platforms, you select your Ad schedule and budget.

Social Media Marketing Organized

Once you have all of your Business accounts created, how on earth do you keep up with them all?!

There are many social media organization tools, such as calendars, schedulers, and automators, that make marketing on multiple platforms easy!

In our next article, How to Use Social Media in Marketing (10 Benefits and Tips), you’ll learn how you can organize your efforts to maximize your traffic while reserving your time for other business activities. Many social media management companies offer free trials (and free service!) so you can manage all of your social accounts in one place. These can be powerful business tools!

I hope you found this article on free website traffic helpful. Remember to check out our guide to SEO basics: Learn Search Engine Optimization (the Right Way!)


Are you ready to launch or scale your brand’s social media marketing campaign?

Share your comments or questions in the Comments section below!


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Comments (32)

  1. Selenity Jade


    Wow!  Thanks for the in-depth instructions on how to open business accounts on social media platforms.  If only I could have found this post sooner! Seriously. It took me forever to find how to change my personal Pinterest account to a business account!   

    As I just recently went through and opened my business accounts, I know you’re ‘how-to’ is spot on accurate. Now it’s just a matter of trying to keep them all straight. Hopefully, this saves someone else some time.  

    Thanks!!!  I also shared this post to my personal Twitter and Pinterest accounts.

  2. Nate MC


    These are some great tips and advice. I think people underestimate just how effective social media can be at generating traffic. I also think that there are a lot of people who don’t take advantage of Instagram and LinkedIn. In my opinion, most businesses and site owners should be using all six of these social media platforms. 

    • Cris


      There is definitely a lot of opportunity for generating traffic online. Of course there are more platforms out there, as well as forums for niche specific networking, but these six platforms offer mass marketing with a good return on traffic and conversions. Thank you, Nate, for your kind words and comment! 

  3. Todd Matthews


    I really have to get around to creating a YouTube page. I have a fair following on LinkedIn and Twitter, while my following continues to build via Facebook and Instagram, but YouTube, especially due to the fact people tend to be more visual than ever these days, would be a hotspot. I also like Pinterest and have created my business page on it as well. In fact, my profiles have gotten a good number of impressions as well as click throughs. 

  4. Ray


    It must be fate. I have been struggling for hours today with social media. I had another website and had someone with more tech skills than me set up a Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook business page. Now, when I go to Twitter and Pinterest, I am struggling with how to set up second business accounts. They keep leading me back to the original one instead of providing info on creating another one.

    How do I find where to create new business accounts on Pinterest and Twitter without getting all messed up with my original accounts?  I did create a new email address for Twitter, for when the time comes when I figure out how to do a second business account. I found Facebook a lot easier to set up multiple accounts.

    Your post definitely helps and I have bookmarked your post for future reference. Thanks.

  5. Bobby


    Hi Cris! Thank you for the thorough article on ways to drive traffic to your website. I’m a new online marketer myself, and have been studying into Search Engine Optimization for a couple of months now. Being someone that can’t afford to pay Google their penance for advertising, I’m relying solely on organic traffic for my business. I have a business Instagram account that I’m slowly building, and will be using that as a means of stimulating traffic to my site. I have big hopes for it, as I’m pretty proficient at relevant photography.

    My fiancé has also started a website based around recovering from PCOS, and when I saw your section about Pinterest, I had to show her. She has amassed a following of over 25,000 people to her Pinterest account before ever starting a website, and I’ve been telling her that once she gets her site up to speed, she can drop a traffic mega-bomb on it by promoting it on her Pinterest page. I’m excited to see her site take off.  It should do very well.

    I’ll be bookmarking your page, I’d like to come back and refresh some of these ideas as my site starts gaining more traction… anything that will help me grow as a business is an asset to me.

    Thanks, Cris


    • Cris


      Your welcome! Thank you for bookmarking our website. Great that you are learning about SEO, and I agree, your fiance has a wonderful opportunity to funnel traffic to her PCOS related website from her Pinterest account. 

      If you are using multiple social media platforms, you may find this article helpful as well!

      How to Use Social Media in Marketing (10 Benefits and Tips)

  6. Tama


    Hi Cris, this is a very interesting and thorough post! I have invested quite a bit of time setting up business accounts in social media, so I’m very glad to see you put an emphasis on that for online marketing. My Pinterest page seems to funnel quite a bit of traffic to my page. Do you think it is worth it to pay for a Pinterest ad campaign? Or paid advertising on any of the other social media platforms? Thanks!  

    • Cris


      Great question. Here’s my take:

      Incorporate them secondly, and strategically. Here’s why…

      Most paid ads are sent out to people who are not currently familiar with you or your brand. What does it take to see conversions? Trust. So, paying for a broad campaign can be a quick way to wasting investment funds.

      However, if you research targeted options offered by the platforms you’re using, it is possible to find a category that works well for your type of business. Essentially, you are still reaching out to people with whom you have no trust built, but the net you’ve cast is around those most likely to relate to your content, and follow. Thus, over time, you will see an increase in traffic and conversions.

      I hope that makes sense. Let me know if I can help further!

  7. Wayne


    Hello, Cris and thanks so much for this info. You’ve laid out everything so well that I will be back when I need to add other social media.  I have bookmarked this for future reference.

    I have a facebook account but I have treated it more like a personal account rather than a business account.  In some ways I am wishing I understood more of what to do when I first started my online venture.  I am constantly forgetting to update with new post links and photos.  Just so much to remember and do.

    I could start another account and make it for business only copy paste my info over to it I suppose or could I just change it over to a business account?

    I opened my Instagram and Pinterest account the same way.

    I haven’t gotten to the point where I am ready to do anything with YouTube yet.  I have to do some more training first.  It’s probably 4-6 months down the road.

    Again, I just want to say thanks and how much I appreciate the detail you have included.

    I’ll be back… to check out other posts as well.


    • Cris


      Hi Wayne! I would say if you’ve already got a personal account on Facebook, then the easiest method would be to go directly to ‘Create’ then ‘Page’ and start a new space for business only. I’d just continue there with new posts. If you want any ‘Friends’ that you’re connected with to see your page, then you can invite them to it. If not, they won’t see it. 

      As for keeping up with it all, I just posted another article you may find helpful: How to Use Social Media in Marketing (10 Benefits and Tips)

      Thank you so much for bookmarking our website, and I appreciate you commenting here!

  8. Jenny


    I’m using Pinterest, Youtube and LinkedIn for my blog and I’m thinking about Twitter, too, but I’m worried that I won’t be tweeting a lot. I’ve had an account before and I wasn’t often online. How many times do you believe that you should tweet? And is a Twitter business account different than a normal one? Does it have more benefits?

    • Cris


      Honestly, Jenny, it depends on your resources. Twitter may be the most time consuming to start, as you need to monitor/analyze your metrics to optimize your Tweet times to match when your audience is most likely to see it. It’s recommended to share several concise Tweets a day, intermittently, and of different content; text, images, questions, polls, etc. Plus, you always want to respond to your audience’s comments and questions. 

      A business account offers monitoring, analytics, and ad options to help you reach a targeted audience.

      If you use a social media scheduler of any kind, it can greatly help you stay active and organized on multiple platforms, and save you time. 

      I think you’ll find this article helpful! How to Use Social Media in Marketing (10 Benefits and Tips)

  9. Fahim Shahriar


    Thank you for providing such great tips and advice on how to get free traffic to a website. I have been using several social media platform for a long time like – facebook, linkedin, Instagram, twitter, etc. So I can use these platforms.  I joined the wealthy affiliate platform a few days back. Now I am working on finding a perfect niche for my own website. I hope to build my website soon, and then market it afterward by using these techniques. 

    • Cris


      You’re welcome, and congrats on finding WA! You’re on your way to building your own successful website business. Remember to bookmark this page so you can return when you’re ready to market your site. Look me up at WA, and I’ll be happy to help you out!

  10. Akshay


    This is an awesome article. You have suggested some powerful techniques to get free traffic to a website. SEO is definitely at the top, undoubtedly. And, social media is a good way to draw traffic as great majority of people now use these platforms. 

    I have an issue working on social media though because of the recently changed policy of Facebook, and now Twitter is also getting more hard to use. I have faced some account related issues with both platforms. Have you faced any similar issues? If they remain user-friendly, as they were before then definitely it can boost any business. Thanks a lot for sharing this post, it’s been informative to me.

    • Cris


      Recent policy changes have affected certain industries more than others. I’m not sure what account issues you are referring to, but, yes, I have seen some of my own, particularly with Facebook blocking certain URL’s. Unfortunately when these changes take place, we marketers can only adapt our campaigns accordingly. This is a perfect example of why SEO should always be first, and why not to rely solely on social media, especially one platform. SEO first, then diversify your social media efforts!

  11. Jade


    I have bookmarked your website! I haven’t come across many articles that break down in a clear and valuable way why these platforms are great at growing your online business and what they have to offer. I bookmarked this page particularly because I work online and I am always on the look out for new learning material to work through, digest and improve my performance, so thank you for this!

    • Cris


      You’re welcome! I’m gad that you found the information helpful. We appreciate you bookmarking our site, and hope you will visit again soon! 

  12. Daniel


    Hello Cris, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. Free traffic is the best traffic and I am primarily focused on that type of traffic. You mentioned Pinterest, and I can say that it is definitely one of the best social media platforms for getting free and targeted traffic. I am planning to start YouTube channel but I have that “problem” of getting in the front of the camera, I hope I will solve it soon as YT is also very important today when it comes to getting traffic. Thank you a lot for sharing such useful tips.

    • Cris


      Hi Daniel, and thank you for commenting on our post!

      Here are some tips for starting on YouTube when you’re uncomfortable in front of the camera:

      1. Don’t get on the camera  🙂  It’s perfectly acceptable to start with slide shows or video that only contains your voice. After a while of just talking TO the camera, you’ll get so use to it, that getting in front of it is no longer a big deal.

      2. Practice. Start with a series that you record only for yourself. Go back and watch them, and write notes on what you would like to do differently to make yourself comfortable for your go-live sessions. Same as above, after a while it all becomes second nature. 

      Also, remember, it’s okay to make “mistakes.”  We’re all human  🙂

  13. Arwil


    Great article. You basically touched on everything that I wanted to know, especially about Pinterest. I am new to blogging world and am currently trying to understand how SEO works and how to effectively use social media for traffic. It’s pretty awesome that I have learned so much from your post. All the best Cris!

  14. coralie


    I really loved your post.  I am new to starting my own business and I am trying to step out of my comfort zone.  I have finally started my own YouTube channel and Pinterest account for my site.  It is so hard to step into something that I haven’t done before, but like you said social media really is the way to get your business out there.  Online businesses are so competitive, that anyway we can do something to promote traffic to our website, I am willing to do.

    • Cris


      Thank you! Glad you liked this post, and good for you for getting out of your comfort zone. That’s an accomplishment that I think you’ll find rewarding! You sound trainable, and are obviously an action taker. You will go far if you continue down that road. Wishing you great success!

  15. Charles


    Thanks for this. Very good article and very relevant to me. I am just starting my first website or I guess my first actual website and trying to take the whole keyword thing into consideration but also trying to create original content that will actually be something different than everything that’s already on the internet.

    The whole thing about actually getting traffic to my website sounds overwhelming. I made an outline of pretty much my entire website and I like the idea of using internal links within my website to link to other things but I don’t know what to do if I haven’t actually written what I want to link to yet.

    Also I know that I need images so I’m trying to put together my images based on my outline so that they are easily available when I start writing.

    • Cris


      Hey Charles, and congrats on starting your first “real” website! 

      You mentioned some very important terms: keywords, original content, traffic, internal linking, and images. Sounds to me that you are following some great training on how to succeed online!

      As far as internal linking goes…

      You’ll create Post 1 and publish it. Then create Post 2. If you want them linked, you add your Post 1 link to Post 2, and/or return to Post 1, Edit, add your Post 2 link to Post 1, and voila! Connected.

      You don’t want to add any links to content that is not yet published. If you have dead links leading people to nowhere, they may not return to your site! Always link after both posts are published.

      Hope that helps!

  16. MissusB


    Since we are in the modern and highly technical ages, it is a must to have your products or services advertised, and the best platforms would be social media. I am glad to have come across this article because I learned how different social media spaces can help to advertise my business. Your content provided information on how to use these platforms to manage and advertise a business, and the step by step instructions are very easy to follow.

    When I’m ready to promote my business, Facebook and Instagram are going to be my top choices as I have been using them for a long time. I kinda have the vibe on how to use them as a customer or a seller. Of course, a business owner must also have diligence, perseverance and patience in managing all the social media accounts and practice SEO. Thanks for the in depth instruction, this has been very helpful.

    • Cris


      You hit the nail on the head! 

      It’s wise to choose platforms you are already familiar with to start. Your learning curve with a business account will be much shorter than trying to navigate a new platform. That said, none of them are very difficult… just takes a little time to catch that “vibe.” 

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