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Using different social channels. Bitcoin on Facebook. This is the largest Bitcoin group on Facebook. I can’t say much for this group since it’s not that active, but you can get some OK traffic by posting your stuff there. When you post to FB make sure to optimize the different parts of your post such as choosing the best image, giving your post an interesting headline, and also changing the description if needed. Make sure to never share a link on a FB group without writing something about it. This can be your general thoughts about the link or a short summary, but posting something without writing anything just looks like spam. Photos are derived from the link you post. If there are no photos in the link, none will appear on FB. So if you’re linking to one of your posts make sure to have at least one photo in it so it will be more noticeable on FB. The title and description of the post can be changed by clicking on them. By default it takes the post’s original title and the first few sentences of the post as a description. You can write whatever you want instead and make the link seem more “attractive”. Bitcoin in Google+. Even though Google+ is going to be shut down soon22 there is still a lot that can be done with it. The Bitcoin Google+ community is an active community with many avid Bitcoiners. Unlike the FB group you can get much better feedback in this community. Posting on Google+ is also great for your SEO efforts as sometimes your posts may make it to the 1st page on Google a short while after they were published (remember authority marketing?).
Google+ also shows the same elements as FB and you should make sure to optimize them as much as possible. This means choosing the best photo and writing something about the link you share. BitcoinTalk. The biggest Bitcoin forum about Bitcoin. In the past few years BitcoinTalk become a place for many new Bitcoiners to ask questions about Bitcoin. Although it’s not that great of a traffic source it may help you to get some feedback on your product. It’s also an awesome tool for Authority Marketing as explained in Chapter 12. Keep in mind that since BitcoinTalk launched their signature campaigns, a lot of spam comments started showing up. A signature campaign is when people put up ads for products inside their profile signature and get rewarded for it. The more posts and replies you have, the higher the reward. That’s why many times you’ll get useless comments like “thank you” or “great post”. Try to filter these out and focus on actual feedback. Twitter. There are many Bitcoin opinion leaders on Twitter. While posting on your own Twitter profile may get your some relevant exposure, it’s much better to manage to get one of these opinion leaders to tweet about you. In order to find relevant opinion leaders you can use FollowerWonk’s search bio tool for Twitter. Just enter the word “Bitcoin” in the search box and order the results by subscribers. You’ll then see that the most influential people are on Twitter, who are into Bitcoin as well.
http://www.slashgear.com/google-is-being-dismantled-and-thats-a-good-thing-02371639/. LinkedIn. At the time of writing this book, there is only one main LinkedIn Bitcoin group. From my own experience, LinkedIn isn’t a great source for traffic but you may want to check it out for yourself. Personal mentions. – No matter where you post you should always try to incorporate personal mentions if possible. For example, if you write a post about Coinbase and share it on the Bitcoin FB group, make sure to add an @coinbase personal mention. Twitter follows the same writing scheme while Google+ will require a “+” sign and the person/company name. When you add a personal mention two things happen. First, the post gets much more visibility since also fans of the brand or person you mentioned get exposed to it. Second, you get the attention of the brand or person and they may share or retweet your post getting you even more exposure. So remember to try and figure out for each post if there is some company or key person you can tag in it. Don’t overuse this method or mention people just for the sake of mentioning. That’s the fastest way to be labeled as a spammer and people will just ignore your posts. One of the most useful methods you can get people to buy your product or sign up to your service is through affiliate programs. If you’ve read Chapter 3 then you probably already know what they are. Unfortunately not many Bitcoin companies use affiliate programs today.
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From: Clyde Thorburn