5 Ways To Share Your Junk Mail Advert via Social Media

So, you are active on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+? Why not share your Junk Mail Advert via social media? It’s a great way to increase the exposure of your Junk Mail advert.

Let’s face it folks, social media can not be ignored in this day and age. More and more people are embracing social media on a daily basis. There over 400 million Twitter users, over 950 million Facebook users and over 100 million people on Google+. Pinterest is the new kid on the block but it has become one of the most popular social networks during the course of 2012.

Ever wondered if someone connected to your social media profiles is looking for the item that you are selling? Maybe one of them has the item that you’re looking for in your Junk Mail Wanted Advert? That potential buyer or seller might even be someone in your circle of friends or a member of your family, you never know. If you share your Junk Mail Advert via social media you increase the chances of your item getting sold or that you find the item that you’re looking for.

Today I will be showing you 5 Ways to Share Your Junk Mail Advert via Social Media which should help you to get your Junk Mail advert some extra exposure.

Before I do this, have a look at the screenshot below and focus on the social media buttons below the advert. These buttons are displayed on ALL adverts on the Junk Mail website:

The first button on the social media sharing bar is the Facebook like button. If you lick on “Like” a box will appear that enables you share your advert on your public news feed on Facebook. If you do this all your friends on Facebook will see it.

The second button on the social media bar is the Facebook send button. If you click on “Send” a box will pop up that will enable you to send your advert via a private message on Facebook. You can tag the friend(s) that you want to send your advert to by starting to type their name. Facebook will recognize the name(s) from your friends list on your Facebook profile.

Please note that in both of these cases you will be asked to log into Facebook if you’re not logged on your account yet. More than 5 million South Africans use Facebook so its a great way to share your Junk Mail Advert via social media. If you haven’t done so already, check out the Junk Mail Classifieds page on Facebook.

The third button on the social media bar is the Tweet button. If you click on Tweet a pop up window will appear with a Twitter dialog. This enables you to share your Junk Mail advert with your followers on Twitter. If you’re not logged into Twitter, you’ll be prompted to do so first. More than 1.1 million South Africans use Twitter. In fact, it’s also of the fastest growing social networks in South Africa. Remember that you can follow Junk Mail via @jmclassifieds on Twitter.

The fourth button on the social media bar is the Google+ button. If you click on this button you’ll see a pop-up window that will enable you to share your advert with your friends in your circles on Google+. More than 460,000 South African use Google+. In case you did not know, Junk Mail has a Google+ Page.

The fifth button on the social media bar is the “Pin It” button. If you click on the “Pin It” a pop-up window will appear that allows you to pin your advert’s photo (which links back to your advert on Junk Mail) on of your boards on Pinterest. There are more than 11 million Pinterest users globally. South Africans account for 1.3% of the website traffic generated on Pinterest and 1.5% of the total pageviews. Like Twitter, Pinterest is also growing in popularity among South Africans. Junk Mail also has a profile on Pinterest, feel free to check it out.

There you have it, 5 Ways to Share Your Junk Mail Advert via Social Media. Just take note that you also share your Junk Mail advert via other social networks (like StumbleUpon, Tumblr and Reddit) by clicking on the “Share” option on the Junk Mail Social Media bar.

If you want to share your Junk Mail advert via social media, but you’re struggling, please contact us.

Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Junk Mail Publishing.

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