Social media is a great source to drive traffic for your business. Many businesses are using social media for bringing traffic to their websites, and to their sales teams.

It is important to create trackable and targeted social media engagement campaigns. This will increase the chances of adding more

Use Social media for bringing traffic

Use Social media for bringing traffic

traffic to your website. In a nutshell, the greater the amount of social media engagement is linearly connected to an increase in traffic to your website.

Social Media Groups


There are some techniques, which will work on Pinterest. You should Pin and Re-Pin as many “targeted” images as possible. Create separate boards where you will be re-pinning other images from other Pinterest users, while you have your own boards for your own pins. Pinterest has its own SEO properties that will increase the “authority” of its links and pass over some SEO juice to your blog.


One of the best ways to get traffic from Google+ is to use and contribute to the communities on Google+. Google+ communities are excellent sources used to increase traffic to your website. It is important to contribute and/or engage with them. Another good way to get traffic from Google+ is to add as many targeted users to your circles and do not forget to share relevant information on your account frequently (1-2 times daily)


The easiest ways to get traffic from Facebook are:

Join some quality Facebook groups,

Increase likes on your Facebook page, and

Increase engagement on your wall.

Don’t forget to use info-graphics, because these really go a long way towards the engagement of your followers. Advertising will always increase traffic to your website, no matter what. You just need the right mix.


To take advantage of the potential on Twitter share valuable content to get people interested in you and increase your followers.

There are other tools to monitor social engagement and to manage customer service:,, etc…Regardless, the first step is to become active in targeted social media settings and once you have done so one of the social management tools listed above might be very useful to create a more comprehensive social engagement campaign