14 proven tactics to get tons of traffic from social media

You have profiles on Tweeter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Regularly, you update your accounts by following good advice from the experts. You do what you are told to do, and yet you do not seem to get all the expected traffic!
So why? How to remedy this?
Social media is extremely easy to find but hard to master and we lose very often time to tweet and view without really getting an improved flow!
A Problem, solution, here are 14 proven tactics to get more traffic flows and on social media:

1 / First include images in your tweets.

Why ? Twitter love the pictures!
According to a study by Twitter, more than 2 million tweets, incorporate images in a tweet stimulates re-tweets 35%.
Neil Patel (American entrepreneur) increased its traffic on Twitter 6000-12470 views by adding more images.
Why does it work? An example: Twitter publishes images on food. If you scroll an image stream and you see a more striking than the others, you’ll want to learn more!
But how to create images on social media? Using tools like Pablo, or Canvas , insanesocialmedia.

2 / Do not upload images directly to Facebook or Twitter to Instagram.

Why ? If you do this, here are 2 stats you need to know:
Tweets that include and links as Twitpic are 94% and 64% more likely to …

Why the heel is strength

If you hang out with me for a while, you will not be surprised that I’m interested in the “enclothed cognition.” This psycho language speaks of the influence of clothes on our emotional and physical feelings.

Clearly, our sensations “psycho-physical” vary according to what is on his back. Or feet.

It is not the same assurance, nor even felt in any soft jogging or structured blazer, shirt in XL or silk nightie, tong or heels, civilian or doctor’s coat …

Makes sense, right?

After all, depends on the symbolic interpretation of each.

Ex: a painter’s smock is not a doctor’s coat, it is heavier or lighter, more or less full of meaning.

Louboutin heels are not Repetto ballerinas.


When I wear heels, I’m clearly a woman. I feel my body more; it is more active.

I naturally stand straighter.

I take the pitch. In every sense of the term.

My steps are smaller. I make sure not to twist my feet or to slip into the subway stairs.

I am alert. At both more fragile and conquering.

In a session, It often makes me notice that the heels bring courage and guts.

The lower I feel, The Higher the heel, the saying goes.

I was talking about my feelings to body psychotherapist Eric Guenoun who, seeing me perched on 8 centimeters, offered me his version:

“In heels, the foot …