Optimizing your Instagram channel for direct sales will yield huge rewards.
This article will discuss how to use an Instagram email extractor with your direct selling marketing business. The purpose of this article is to turn your Instagram account into an income opportunity.
By ignoring the basics of marketing on Instagram, you are letting the competition succeed.
Marketing on Instagram increases your website traffic and the number of views per month. Yes, Instagram is that strong! (source: Affiliatemarketing.com)
Below I give you the top tips for all affiliate marketers. If you’re trying to sell a direct selling product using Instagram, you need to keep reading.
Tell People What To Do
Nothing will grow your business faster than telling your audience what you want them to do. This is a Call to Action. It has worked, has stood the test of time, and it is true. In the fast-paced world of social media, you have to show your audience how you can help them. Then you immediately tell them where to go for that help. In fact, your audience will appreciate the “to the point” tactic.
From our first-hand experience, Instagram is a unique social media channel in this respect. Average people on Instagram will view images, check descriptions, and follow calls to action. Simple as that. To get a sale on Instagram, you must provide a “Click the link on the profile if you want to learn more!”
Experience shows that when a call to action precedes a great offer, you get more leads.
Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? Guess what? It works.
There are many ways to captivate your audience. It all starts with getting the picture right and a call to action out there. This leads to tip # 2.
identify Your Audience Preference
An image that catches the customer’s preference is the most important step to monetizing a business on Instagram.
Finding, targeting, and staying relevant to your audience is a critical factor. And do you get the biggest income from this platform?
Identifying your audience’s preferences is a huge topic. I’ve seen what happens when business owners post the wrong content to their desired audience. Let’s just say it’s not pretty!
Luckily, you’re reading this with some understanding of your audience’s preferences. So it should be simple. Look back at your Instagram feed and see popular posts. What has received comments, shares, and likes? Your audience will have the same tastes and preferences like you. Start each Instagram post with the question “Will this image interest me?” “Am I going to buy this?” If you answered yes, then you’ve found great content.
Also, consider visiting your competitors’ pages. Check out their popular posts and images. When you find an image that interacts with your specific audience, create a similar image for your page.
Once you have established your audience preferences, it is time to move on to tip # 3.
Identify Profitable Locations
Your monetization options on Instagram remain limited when you represent a direct selling company. Most direct selling companies don’t allow their affiliates to take up advertising space. Read a small note about your affiliate membership. Chances are good that paid advertising is not allowed.