How to Leverage Facebook to Affiliate Market VerticalRent

While other sites are gaining momentum, Facebook stills ranks as the most popular social media platform. For affiliate marketers, the reach of this site simply cannot be ignored.

  • Thursday, February 23, 2017

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While other sites are gaining momentum, Facebook stills ranks as the most popular social media platform. For affiliate marketers, the reach of this site simply cannot be ignored. For our Affiliate Marketers, we’ve compiled a short-list of how you can use Facebook to grow your VerticalRent Affiliate Marketing business.

Create a Page

Although you can use your personal Facebook page to market VerticalRent, this method isn't always the best one. While a few posts aren't a problem, too much sales content on your personal profile might annoy your friends. Try starting a business Facebook page linked to your website and your other social media accounts.

Use Ads

Facebook ads are a great way of getting your content out there to a broader audience. Use your ad to market your affiliate links or to promote your blog and website, which will in turn gain you more readership and greater affiliate sales. Make sure you use Facebook's audience targeting. Who are you marketing to? Determining your audience and making your ad visible to only that audience will ensure you get the most results out of your efforts.

Promote Posts

Facebook ads sometimes get ignored or even blocked. Promoted posts can help you get noticed. Choose a well-worded post with VerticalRent affiliate links and promote it to your target audience. Facebook will put your post in the news feeds of people it thinks will enjoy your content. You'll have to pay some money to Facebook, but if you tailor it to your specific audience, you will reap the rewards.

Engage Your Readers

Engagement is key to any sales campaign. Don't just sell to your readers. Draw them in with helpful tips about property management. Ask engaging questions. Find out how your readers handle certain tenant problems. The more your readers enjoy your Facebook page, the more likely they will be to follow your affiliate links and make purchases.

Affiliate marketing is a growing field with plenty of revenue options. Facebook marketing is an important part of the process. Consider making it a part of your VerticalRent affiliate campaign.

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