SociTrafficJet is a WordPress plugin that automates social media marketing campaigns. Used sensibly, this plugin can help drive more traffic from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to your blog, e-commerce site, or affiliate offers.
(Drive more traffic from social media to your sites or affiliate offers)
Users have reported a significant increase in traffic, engagement, opt-ins, and revenue after installing the plugin …
(SociTrafficJet beta testing results)
SociTrafficJet can be used as part of your digital marketing strategy to promote your blog posts, e-commerce products, special deals, coupon offers, and affiliate offers in any niche …
(Promote affiliate offers in any niche)
Once installed and activated, the plugin will add a new section to your dashboard menu …
(SociTraffic Jet menu)
Clicking on the menu brings up the plugin’s dashboard …
The intuitive plugin dashboard lets you set up, run, and manage all of your marketing campaigns.
Configure your social media settings in the ‘Settings’ tab …
(SociTrafficJet Settings Tab)
The ‘Campaigns’ tab lets you view your campaigns. You can add unlimited social media campaigns and promote a post or page multiple times in multiple campaigns at the same time (great for promoting an offer in different niches) …
(Create unlimited campaigns)
Use the Traffic Finder tool to find Facebook groups and pages that you can promote posts and offers to …
(SociTrafficJet Traffic Finder)
You can view all campaign reports and analytics in the ‘Reports’ tab. This section lets you see the status of your campaigns and evaluate how these are performing, what was shared, where traffic is coming from, which campaigns are pending or scheduled, and more, giving you full control over your automation …
(SociTrafficJet Reports tab)
SociTrafficJet lets you send out your campaigns immediately or schedule these for later using the Campaign Scheduler …
(SociTrafficJet Campaign Scheduler)
You can preview your campaigns before going live …
(Preview your campaigns before going live)
SociTrafficJet is easy to use and requires no technical skills. Training is provided with screen recording tutorials covering everything from setting up to using the tool, including video tours of each dashboard tab.
Here are some testimonials from SociTrafficJet users:
”Bingo man!!! You nailed it and now I am completely free from the manual work. This software is creating wonders for my social medial campaigns. I am pleased with the automation feature, now getting traffic is easy for me. Thank you for creating this wonderful software.” Steve Rosenbaum
“SociTrafficJet- Cool, super-fast and easy to use plugin. It automates the social media campaigns like never before and gets the results you always aspired for. Love this and would recommend it to everyone willing to drive traffic for their offers.” Cyril Gupta
In addition to the regular plugin edition, which lets you set up social marketing to post to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, SociTrafficJet offers the option to upgrade to the Elite and Enterprise editions for additional automation and leverage.
The Elite upgrade provides complete social marketing automation to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and lets you set up multiple campaigns at once.
The Enterprise edition gives users the full power of the software and includes access to additional social networks like LinkedIn and Pinterest, and bookmarking sites like Tumblr, Reddit, and Bitly …
(Post to additional social networks with SociTrafficJet Enterprise edition)
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This is part 4 of a 5-part series on how to create an automated traffic generation system for your WordPress site. This tutorial shows you how to set up a number of plugins that will help drive traffic automatically to your WordPress site.
Welcome to Part Four of our Website Traffic Blueprint article series, where we explain how to drive visitors automatically to your website using the WordPress CMS.
So far, we have covered the following in this article series:
In Part One of this series, we explained why using an expertly configured WordPress site is the key to automating traffic to your website …
(With an expertly configured WordPress site, all you have to do to automatically bring traffic is post content on a regular basis!)
In Part 2, we focused on the setup phase of the automation system. We explained the best way to get started if you don’t have a web presence yet, how to set everything up if you already have a site, and what to do if your existing website has been built using WordPress.
(In Part two we show you how to set up WordPress on your domain)
In Part 3, we discussed important configuration decisions.
Here, we configure hosting settings, internal settings, and external settings that can affect your site’s traffic-getting ability …
(In Part Three you will configure all the settings that can affect your site’s traffic-getting ability)
In Part 4, we look at ways to automate traffic generation using a number of plugins.
Why It Makes Sense To Automate The Traffic Generation
Depending on who you listen to, you could find yourself trying to spend an hour or two per day (or more) posting content on social media in addition to running your business, creating content and managing your online presence.
Many businesses simply lack the time, human resources and financial means to engage in the kind of content marketing that many online marketing experts are prescribing. If you are spending hours posting updates on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter in addition to researching and writing content for your blog or website, how does anything else in your business get done?
(Keeping their business up and running is how most small businesses spend their working hours. Infographic source: NFIB)
Small business owners spend most of their time just keeping their businesses up and running. In addition to running a business, there’s sales and marketing. After all, businesses need to remain competitive and grow in order to survive.
Marketing research done in 2012 by email and social media marketing company Vertical Response found that:
Almost half of all businesses surveyed spent around six hours each week on social media (the rest spent even more time – between 6 and 21+ hours per week). This was a 66% increase from the previous year, so if the same survey was conducted today, the numbers would most likely be even higher.
More than half of all small businesses surveyed spent 1-3 hours or more creating a blog post.
Finding and posting content for social media was the activity that consumed the most time online for all businesses surveyed.
(Small businesses spend more time each year marketing and promoting themselves online. Infographic: VerticalResponse.com)
As businesses spend more time on online marketing as a matter of business survival and competition, this leaves less time for under-resourced businesses to focus on other areas …
(Businesses with limited time, resources, and budgets and many different business areas to focus on require careful planning of their marketing strategy.)
One other important thing to consider is that, in addition to spending time promoting and marketing your business on a number of social sites, you are investing all of your efforts into virtual real estate that you have no control over. You don’t own Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn. These sites often will make decisions that can significantly affect your business without requiring your input. Why invest so much time and effort building content on someone else’s real estate? With a self-hosted WordPress site, you can have complete control of your own real estate and post your content automatically to other online properties.
Automating systems and process to leverage time and increase productivity is nothing new. Businesses have been doing it since the Industrial Age. In the Digital Age, however, the exponential growth channels for marketing and promoting a business creates a number of dilemmas for small business owners and business managers, especially for those with limited marketing budgets, resources, and time. For example:
Which of these channels should you focus more time, budget, and efforts on?
Should you invest so much time and effort building a web presence on other people’s sites (e.g. YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.) while ignoring the benefits of building content on your own website?
Do you create new content for every channel you plan to promote and market your business on?
The Benefits Of Automating The Traffic-Getting Process With WordPress
What we’d like to share with you now, is a free, simple, and effective formula that allows you to automate the traffic-getting process with WordPress.
With this formula, you will be able to:
Save time creating web content and other marketing channels (e.g. social media),
Save money on content creation and unnecessary web marketing costs,
Determine which marketing channels you should invest more time, efforts, and budget on,
Invest most of your time building your own asset and still benefit from other people’s marketing channels.
Many automated traffic solutions tend to focus on black hat methods, such as manipulating search engine results. This is not what the focus of this article series is about. In fact, we strongly recommend avoiding black hat tools, websites, strategies, and anything that violates the terms of service and policies of sites like Google, Pinterest, Facebook, etc..
(Web traffic automation does not need to involve the use of black hat techniques!)
The purpose of this article is not to game web services or flaunt their terms of service, but to show you how to be smart with your limited resources and automate your content distribution so you can leverage your time and efforts, and increase your exposure online to websites used by your target audience.
An Automated Content Distribution, Traffic And Lead Generation, And Sales & Marketing System
We’ve just seen that most small business owners lack the time, resources and financial means to engage in the kind of content marketing that many online experts advise. What you want to do, then, is to be strategic and work smart within your limitations.
So, instead of choosing this approach, which is very time-consuming …
(Posting content to different services one at a time can be extremely time-consuming!)
Why not use a smarter, time-saving approach like this instead …
(Set up an automated content distribution, lead and traffic generation, and sales and marketing system with WordPress)
You can do all of this using inexpensive WordPress plugins. Once these plugins are installed and configured on your site, just direct your visitors to the appropriate sections (e.g. your store, subscription forms, membership area, etc.)
How do you do all of this?
Simple … first, set up your website or blog as explained in Part Two. Then, get everything configured as explained in Part Three. Once all of this is in place, you can then automate these processes with plugins like the ones shown in the following section.
The video below shows you how everything works once your WordPress site has been expertly configured …
WordPress Traffic Automation System – Traffic-Getting Plugins
Let’s take a quick look at a number of plugins that can be used to:
Distribute content automatically to social sites and social bookmarking sites
Syndicate comments automatically to other blogs
Post content automatically via RSS feeds to other web properties
WordPress has a built-in commenting function that allows your visitors to interact with your website or blog, post comments, reply to existing comments and participate in discussions.
You can enhance the WordPress built-in commenting feature using a third-party plugin that integrates your comments with social media, helping to spread and share them around.
For example, with a WordPress plugin like CommentLuv (Pro version), you can make your blog more attractive to commenters by offering them a wider choice of backlinks if they tweet, like, or +1 your content. This plugin will visit the comment author’s website or blog while they enter their comment and retrieve their most recent blog posts, which they can choose to include below their comment when they click the submit button.
(CommentLuv Pro version can encourage a greater level of commenting and create more user engagement on your website or blog.)
Also, if you would like to know more about setting up social media monitoring (so you can get useful information about your content marketing efforts), we have written a detailed article on social media monitoring tools that are worth knowing about. You can learn more about this here:
This is part 5 of a 5-part series on how to create an automated traffic generation system for your WordPress site. This tutorial explains how to optimize your WordPress traffic system once your WordPress site has been expertly configured and setup.
Welcome to Part 5 of our Website Traffic Blueprint article series, where we show you how to grow your business online automatically using WordPress.
So far, we have covered the following in this article series:
In Part 1 of this article series, we provide an overview of the traffic automation process, and explain why using an expertly configured WordPress website is the key to generating automated traffic …
(With an expertly configured WordPress web site, all you have to do to start generating web traffic is post content on a consistent basis!)
In Part 2, we discussed the setup phase of this process. We helped you understand the best way to start if you don’t have a website yet, how to set everything up if you already have a site, and what to do if your existing site was built with WordPress.
(In Part 2 we show you how to set up a WordPress website on your domain)
In Part Three, we discuss important configuration decisions. We configured web hosting settings, internal settings, and external settings that affect your site’s traffic-getting ability …
(In Part Three you will configure hosting settings, internal settings, and external settings that affect your website’s traffic-getting ability)
In Part 4, we showed you how to set up various plugins that can help drive traffic automatically to your site simply by posting web content.
(Publish content once and automate your content distribution to all other channels!)
In this article, we discuss ways to optimize the traffic-getting process using various tools and methods.
WordPress Web Traffic Automation Blueprint – Traffic Optimization Systems
In addition to getting your WordPress website expertly configured, the key to generating high-quality traffic consistently is having a well-defined business vision, careful digital planning, and excellent systems in place.
(Consistent traffic is the result of a business vision, planning, and excellent systems)
Let’s briefly review the systems that will help you grow and manage all traffic.
These systems include:
Marketing Systems – The processes and strategies used to drive new traffic to your website.
Technical Systems – How you keep your web presence up and running for receiving traffic.
Business Systems – The systems used to manage and respond to traffic.
(Systems help you grow, automate, and manage your web traffic)
Let’s review the above systems briefly:
Your marketing systems consist of the processes and methods used to drive new traffic to your business. You can test your online marketing systems by asking questions such as:
What channels do you plan to use to generate traffic (e.g. blogging, video marketing, etc)?
How will you apply your budget and resources to these channels?
Who will create your content and run your marketing campaigns?
How will you track conversions and measure the results of your campaigns?
During the setup and configuration phase, you would have installed an analytics program (e.g. Google Analytics). If you’re just starting out, you may want to consider investing in some paid advertising (e.g. Facebook ads) to help you generate some initial actionable data, such as the keywords people are searching online to find your site, which you can use to create web content better targeted to your audience’s needs.
Your technical systems and processes keep your digital presence operating efficiently for receiving new traffic. There’s no point sending traffic to your website if your site is experiencing problems or your web pages take a very long time to load.
Your technical systems need to handle technical areas like webhosting, website maintenance and support, installing, configuring, and updating software (e.g. plugins), integration, customization, troubleshooting, etc.
You can test your technical systems by questions such as:
Who is looking after my webhosting?
Who will look after my website and keep my site, plugins, themes, etc. maintained and up-to-date?
Who will fix errors, troubleshoot problems, provide technical support and advice, etc. should any issues occur?
Many potential issues can be minimized if your planning and setup and configuration phases have been done correctly. Like all technology, however, you can expect new problems to arise. You will need the right technical systems in place to handle these.
You need good business systems and processes in place to help you manage the influx of new traffic. These include:
Resources management – human, financial
Handling leads and sales inquiries
If you plan to outsource your digital marketing and technical services, then you will need to put good systems in place for managing all outsourcing.
WordPress Web Traffic Blueprint – Traffic Optimization
With clear business objectives and great systems in place, all you need to focus on is how to grow and optimize your “traffic loop”.
Let’s walk through an example of implementing, optimizing, and automating a traffic loop. Take a look at the chart below …
(Implementing an effective traffic loop)
Increase Reach And Visibility
The first step of the process is to get your business exposed to as many potential users as you can.
An expertly configured WordPress site allows you to instantly notify and publicize your content to traffic-getting sources like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. The easiest way to increase your reach and visibility online, therefore, is to simply publish more content.
As mentioned earlier, investing in some paid advertising (e.g. Google AdWords) can help you generate some initial actionable and intelligent data, which you can use to create web content better targeted to your audience’s needs.
Repurpose your content to leverage different media formats.
Continue learning about ways to attract more web site visitors using methods like Twitter advertising, YouTube, forum signatures, etc.
Plugins, Tools, And Strategies
We’ve already covered a number of excellent plugins, tools, and strategies in earlier sections of this tutorial series.
Also, if you haven’t already, learn more about plugins that let you easily add the following to your site:
Share your posts online,
Run contests, offer discounts/downloads for shares/likes,
Display user generated content, feeds, etc.
Distribute content online in different media formats (e.g. videos, PDF guides, audio, etc.)
Build Authority & Credibility
Getting more of your content out there is great, but to make this activity more effective, your content needs to build authority and credibility with your audience.
Publishing authoritative content not only helps to establish your credibility, it also improves your chances of getting it shared around and hence more visitors.
Focus on creating and publishing content that will add value to potential users and showcase your expertise. This includes content that educates and informs readers, training content, case studies, adding testimonials, etc.
Consider publishing a special report that can be sold or distributed online (e.g. sell on on the Amazon Kindle store.
Tools, Plugins, And Methods
We have created a comprehensive email course on how to develop a content marketing strategy, how to promote your business with content, and ways to never run out of new content ideas that you can plug into at no cost here:
Also, if you haven’t already, learn more about plugins that allow you to easily add the following to your WordPress website or blog:
As your business grows, you may want to consider developing “traffic on demand.” You can do this by growing a list or starting your own community.
With “Traffic On Demand,” most of your traffic will come from an audience of customers or subscribers – people who already know you and trust you. Your influence and credibility can be used to generate traffic with every post you publish or email broadcast you send out.
Encourage users to leave comments and start discussions on your site.
Add an autoresponder training course and encourage people to subscribe.
Add a free or paid membership site, online forum, or social community.
Start or join a Facebook/LinkedIn Group.
Plugins, Tools, & Strategies
There are many solutions and plugins that can help grow your influence and improve user engagement. For example:
By taking advantage of incoming traffic to listen to what users need, you should have no problem coming up with ideas for new services, products, and solutions, all of which provide new opportunities to generate new sources of web traffic.
Useful Tips & Ideas
Create an online training course.
Consider publishing special guides that can be sold or distributed online.
Consider adding an e-commerce store to your site.
Plugins, Tools, And Methods
If you plan to provide services and products online (as opposed to just providing information), then some of the more useful plugins you may want to add to your website or blog include: