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    Depending on the business of course and who their ideal consumer is... my clients have the best results with Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. I would say the one with the most room to grow is Instagram. Facebook is actively investing a lot of money into new functionality. It is the fastest growing and has the most engagement.

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    Facebook is the best social media to promote any kind of Business. I have create my business page on facebook and share it in various groups. By this process, i get large amount of traffic from facebook.

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    We're currently trying out a link ad on Reddit so will report back in a few days if our link ad has been a success. After the link ad we're going to experiment with some text ads and will share our findings there as well. Has anyone else any recent experience with Reddit ads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bookmemate View Post
    We're currently trying out a link ad on Reddit so will report back in a few days if our link ad has been a success. After the link ad we're going to experiment with some text ads and will share our findings there as well. Has anyone else any recent experience with Reddit ads?
    I have not done much advertising on Reddit. I did find this somewhat recent case study, with examples included that might be helpful to you during your testing. Not the same industry as you, but you may find some value you in it.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/selfserve/c...er_tested_his/
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    Quote Originally Posted by MyBrandBoost View Post
    I have not done much advertising on Reddit. I did find this somewhat recent case study, with examples included that might be helpful to you during your testing. Not the same industry as you, but you may find some value you in it.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/selfserve/c...er_tested_his/
    Excellent, thanks I hadn't come across that one before.
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    I think we can use all social media to our benefit, whether it is facebook, twitter, instagram, Google+, etc. They are there to be used to our advantage and to our company. However, since Facebook and Twitter are two of the most popular social media sites being used today. I think we can use them to their best potential. You should also keep in mind some KPIs that will help you and your company make use of whether your customers engage more or a certain social media.

    For facebook and twitter, for example, some KPIs that you can use and keep track of are:
    # Daily active users (DAUs)
    # Monthly active users (MAUs)
    $ Revenues from advertising
    $ Revenues from payments and other fees

    A quote that I have taken from our great website (which you can access and read free of charge - the link below):
    According to a benchmarking study performed by B2B Marketing, entitled “The state of the B2B social media in 2013″, the most popular platform is Twitter (85%), followed closely by LinkedIn (82%), YouTube (77%) and Facebook (71%). Given the tight competition, building trust between the company and public is essential.
    Consider these facts and hope you can develop your social media network and revenues.

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    Just to update on the reddit ads... didn't crack it this time. Our CTR was 1.2% with an average session time of 36 seconds. It's not bad but we've had much better results from our Linkedin ad campaigns so far. That said we are still tweaking both platforms (and exploring others) to find what works best for our target market.

    One of the things we've noticed about our 'organic' reddit traffic (where we are engaging in meaningful discussion in sub-reddits and drop a link) is that the traffic we get is highly engaged. For our paid link ad we targeted some fairly specific niche sub-reddits hoping to get similar levels of engagement but didn't pull it off this time.

    I'll report back as we continue our social media marketing experiments. I really like the reddit platform personally so will be spending some time trying to 'crack' it, at least for our target markets of small business owners & sole traders.

    Would love to hear feedback from anyone else who has experience advertising on reddit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bookmemate View Post
    Just to update on the reddit ads... didn't crack it this time. Our CTR was 1.2% with an average session time of 36 seconds. It's not bad but we've had much better results from our Linkedin ad campaigns so far. That said we are still tweaking both platforms (and exploring others) to find what works best for our target market.

    One of the things we've noticed about our 'organic' reddit traffic (where we are engaging in meaningful discussion in sub-reddits and drop a link) is that the traffic we get is highly engaged. For our paid link ad we targeted some fairly specific niche sub-reddits hoping to get similar levels of engagement but didn't pull it off this time.

    I'll report back as we continue our social media marketing experiments. I really like the reddit platform personally so will be spending some time trying to 'crack' it, at least for our target markets of small business owners & sole traders.

    Would love to hear feedback from anyone else who has experience advertising on reddit.
    Never even thought about advertising in Reddit. Very interested in hearing more about any successes.
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