So, more research yesterday for the art of Advertorial and Testimonial ads here in WP. Gutenberg is story, and provides the vehicle for that. A good piece on the lost art of copywriting here.
So I tried a test based on something I put through FB yesterday to see what happened after reading here in WP about the FB/WP dilemma at the WP blog. I wanted to see if anyone clicked through from FB over to WP, they did not and I took the pix to prove that. So I am going to try again today with that link as a cut and paste and ask European friends if they can see.
There seems to be so much going on with the social media companies it’s hard to keep up, or keep things straight. Anyway, I am using a new system now.
Stats on yesterday:
Friends could see and remark when I put this photo, but it was as if the WP post was invisible to them?
So I am not really using anything but WP right now. I’m not sure which of the social media companies can be trusted at this point, besides WordPress, given the news about FB and Twitter.
WordPress is calm, smart, and lovable.
Not sure what to say about the others…
Doing a test this morning to see if still invisible FB using a link. This was a post on advertorial yesterday, renewed for today:
So this was a test to see reach on a link from last night. I was only making reference to a story, but this is the way I would use linking in Portfolio.
Today I will write something up on that. Yesterday I looked around at sites and will show what I mean by demographics.
This is what I always loved as a scholarly writer – the ability to link. In the case of Advertorial and storytelling, this is the most important function.
So seven people have come by and one clicked through.
That would be a click where advertorial could run a product. Going to do a mockup for that and run a test through. I will do that in FB too.
So this is this morning, a friend has been by, but I don’t know if she clicked through. She has read my children’s book “Heart of Clouds” and loves it. I want to market that globally, and I plan to do that from here in WordPress.
I love WordPress, and I never fail to promote it. Across the globe, with other writers.