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I’m trying to get a list of different great ideas to promote your gig.

I have been using social media, specially have opened an instagram, twitter and Facebook account that I have been using to promote my gigs I can certainly feel the difference any more ideas?

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What I’ve had the best success at takes some time and effort but engages a real audience. I join off-Fiverr forums related to my expertise. I don’t mention Fiverr or even use a signature at first. I try to become a member of those forum communities and offer advice, answer questions, etc.

After people know “me” then I gradually start adding my Fiverr profile in a signature. If that goes well (and is within their forum guidelines) I start adding little taglines like “Discounts to those who mention this forum in your first order or message!”

I find that I get more hits and better paying clients from those who already have interest in my subject matter, and even more so when they know I’m a real person. I get more out of 10 targeted contacts (which might turn into 3 paying customers) than I do from putting social media ads that are seen and ignored by 100 fast-moving Twitter followers. The paying targeted clients send me referrals too, leading to more sales. 🙂

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Episode 31: Boosting Sales with Facebook
Generating sales with Facebook takes a lot of work. Here are some tips to help you get started.

This week, hosts Redd (http://www.fiverr.com/reddhorrocks) and Adam (http://www.fiverr.com/twistedweb123) are joined by Laura (http://www.fiverr.com/growwithlaura), to discuss Facebook as a promotional tool and offer some do’s and don’ts for promoting your business on Facebook.

Just thought it goes perfectly with the discussion

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