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How to Get 3,241 Facebook Fans per Day Without Paying for Ads (Incredible Case Study)

How to Get 3,241 Facebook Fans per Day Without Paying for Ads (Incredible Case Study)

Today, I’m going to share a strategy that got Steven Aitchison 3.6 million Facebook fans and continues to pull in 3,241 fans per DAY.

Of course, he must be spending a fortune on advertising, right? Everyone knows you can only build your following that quickly by paying for likes.

But that’s the best part…

He’s not spending a penny on advertising. Every single one of those fans is totally free.

He’s also used the same strategy on seven different Facebook pages in three different markets. It worked every time.

The point?

I might as well just go ahead and say it…

This Is the Smartest Facebook Strategy We’ve Seen

And Steven has executed it brilliantly.

In fact, you can learn a lot just by watching how Steven runs his Facebook page.  We (the team at Smart Blogger) certainly do.

Like most things, it’s not just about using the right techniques. It’s about the mastery of those techniques.

If you follow Stephen’s advice, and you execute it with the same skill, I’m confident you’ll be pleased with your results. Let’s jump in.
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How to Use Facebook Groups to Get More Traffic and Traction for Your Blog

How to Use Facebook Groups to Get More Traffic and Traction for Your Blog

Frustrating, isn’t it?

When you publish another article you’re not sure anybody will read.

And you don’t know if it will attract traffic – or crickets.

Even if readers do show up, you don’t know if they’ll engage with the content or lurk in the shadows, staying silent.

Every new post is a toss-up – and it’s agony.

You know it shouldn’t be like this. It feels as if something’s missing.

And you’re right. You should listen to your gut. Something is missing on your blog.

It’s the magic cure to the frustration of never knowing whether your next post will even get noticed.

What is it?

Community.
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How I Got 532 Subscribers in 43 Days Using Cheap Facebook Ads

How I Got 532 Subscribers in 43 Days Using Cheap Facebook Ads

Your email pings.

1 new subscriber to “Your Awesome Email List.”

Whoop de do.

If this were your first subscriber ever, you might jump for joy and bust out the champagne. But instead you think:

ONE new subscriber? Really? That’s it?

Because after all those long hours of pouring your heart and soul into your writing…after doing everything you were told to do to get subscribers…well, you were expecting more.

Your eyes narrow at the total subscriber count on the screen, and for a brief moment, you succumb to wishful thinking…

Maybe if I stare at it long enough, I can make it grow another digit or two through sheer willpower.

Nope. It’s still the same measly old number. In fact, your list hasn’t grown much at all in the past week, or the past month. And it’s annoying as all heck.

You groan.

All this hard work, and what do I have to show for it?

Know what? You aren’t alone in feeling this way.

But all you need to grow your email list at hyper speed is to get the word out in an entirely different way…a way that most bloggers haven’t even considered.

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Case Study: How to Increase Your Traffic by 226% in Just 60 Days

Case Study: How to Increase Your Traffic by 226% in Just 60 Days

Let’s face it.

You started a blog, and it’s stagnating.

You keep checking your traffic for signs of growth but … zip. Nada.

The chart is as flat as a pancake.

You desperately need to do something different, but what?

Be honest — you’re baffled by all the options.

And the endless stream of advice from the traffic experts only makes things worse.

Don’t worry though. You’re not alone.

At Canva, we were facing this challenge with our design blog, Design School.

So we completely reengineered our blog strategy — and the results blew us away.

Find out exactly what we did. And how you can do it too.
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The Minimalist Guide to Twitter: How to Handle It in 15 Minutes a Day

The Minimalist Guide to Twitter: How to Handle It in 15 Minutes a Day

Has this ever happened to you?

You started a blog and excitedly venture over to Twitter to share your newest blog post.

You type your message, click Tweet and you’re just about to leave when…

Something in your timeline catches your eye.

It’ll only take a few seconds to check it out, right?

Then you see something else. Then something else.

And before you know it, an hour has passed and you’re left wondering where the hell your time went.

It’s a common problem. Twitter’s a powerful tool for bloggers, but it’s also a dangerous distraction.

Scrolling endlessly through your feed can feel productive – particularly when you tell yourself it’s research – but deep down you know it’s the opposite. Even the “proven” social strategies seem to deliver nothing.

So, is it possible to get the benefits of Twitter without being sidetracked by the distractions or wasting time on ineffective tactics?

Fortunately, it is.

In fact, it’s possible in just 15 minutes a day. Here’s how…
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