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http://clickmeterlink.com/fptraffic13 -\nIt is not hidden from anyone that Facebook has at least 2 billion users and the number is rapidly rowing. This is the reason most of the people are using Facebook as a source of marketing for their art. Some are doing it successfully while there are others who ate unable to monetize their Facebook pages.\nIn order to do so, you have to pay special attention to your audience. While focusing on the talent people often do not have time for such activities. FPTraffic is the recently introduced tool that will help you deal with such situation and here is how it will be beneficial for your Facebook fan page.\n
It is not hidden from anyone that Facebook has at least 2 billion users and the number is
rapidly growing. This is the reason most of the people are using Facebook as a source of
marketing for their art. Some are doing it successfully while there are others who ate
unable to monetize their Facebook pages.
In order to do so, you have to pay special attention to your audience. While focusing on
the talent people often do not have time for such activities. FPTraffic is the recently
introduced tool that will help you deal with such situation and here is how it will be
beneficial for your Facebook fan page.
Manage all your pages and posts
You have to start with managing your posts to assure that your audience will have a
reason to come and visit your fan page. FPTraffic will manage all your posts. It will
maintain a schedule according to the way you post and within the given schedule it will
post content on your Facebook page. You will notice that all the posts will be high-quality
and so you will not have to worry about your Facebook. Just focus on what you are doing
the best because FPTraffic will take care of the rest.
More customers will view and share your posts
A common issue that most of the people have to deal with is they have to advertise their
work and posts at the time when their audience is online. However, it often becomes hard
to determine when most of the people would be online. FPTraffic will help you to solve
While working on your post the FPTraffic will find out the time when most of the
audience will be available
It will share your post at the perfect time when it will appear on the top of the news
feed of your audience
You will notice that the ratio of likes and comments on your posts will be amazing.
There will come a time when you will get confused with your Facebook posts and it will
become hard for you to monetize your fan page properly. FPTraffic has a solution for it
as well. There is a guide from the best Facebook marketing experts. You can use some
help from the experts and learn how they have been managing their pages successfully.
There is no need of wasting your time on worrying when you have everything available in
the form of FPTraffic.
There is a load of different features in FPTraffic, but if I had to summarize the product I
would say it is a tool for managing, growing, and monetizing Facebook pages.
Here’s an example of a Facebook page I’ve been building up with FPTraffic. It’s called
“Bender Quotes “, and is all about Bender from the hit TV show Futurama. Go check out
the page, and maybe even give it a like.
See all those posts on my timeline? They are getting genuine interactions; likes, shares,
and comments. In case you haven’t checked out the page, here is an example post:
My biggest page is regularly getting 2k + likes on posts, and dozens of shares and
comments. The people doing this activity are a real-life audience that can be monetized!
July 2018 Update – My “BenderQuotes” page is now getting close to 400,000 likes, and
is growing rapidly each week and making me several hundred dollars a month (and
counting). All this just from using FPTraffic!
Managing one or two Facebook pages like that manually isn’t too much of a hassle, you
just log in and post when you need to. But what if you want to manage multiple pages,
or run different schedules for each page? What if you want to be posting content while
you’re at work, and you can’t use your work computer or company time for your own
Wouldn’t it be so much better to be able to schedule content days or weeks in advance?
You could sit down for a few hours on a Sunday night and schedule all your content for
the coming week for all your pages, saving you a huge amount of time and stress.
And wouldn’t it be even better if you could find content to post to your pages without
having to leave the same tool you use to schedule everything? Imagine scraping
truckloads of quality images, YouTube clips, and even Amazon products (with your
affiliate link included) to post to your page timelines and keep your fans happy and your
pages growing organically.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
$10 per month, payable through PayPal subscription. There are no additional joining
fees, nor are there any service tiers (i.e. you can use the tool as much or as little as you
want, and you don’t have to pay extra for more managed pages or scheduled posts over
a certain level).
Although I’m not the biggest fan of monthly rebill products, I think that the low price point
here compensates. I would not be so comfortable if the price was up at $30-50 per
month like many rebill tools are.
WHO MAKES IT?
FPTraffic is the brainchild of a guy called Luke Kling. Luke is a well-known guy in the
affiliate marketing realm, especially so on the CPA side of things. He is an affiliate
manager for the Peerfly network, which is a popular CPA platform. Luke also runs a
great blog at lukepeerfly.com about affiliate marketing, which has some useful content
that is well worth taking the time to read (especially if you are interested in learning
about CPA, Facebook Ads, or Teespring).
FPTraffic is ideal for anyone who manages Facebook pages, or who wants to use
Facebook pages to generate affiliate commissions, grow their brand, or drive traffic to a
website or offer.
I use it by creating niche targeted Facebook pages (think about popular TV shows,
characters, brands, types of jokes etc.) and then scheduling lots of great content to get
interaction on these pages and grow likes organically. I also use Facebook ads to get
an initial base of likes, as well as boost better performing posts to attract a wider
Once I’ve got a decent audience for the page, then I start dropping Amazon affiliate
links to targeted products every so often. You can also monetize with Teespring,
Adsense by building a related website and driving traffic, or just about any other type of
offer you can imagine!
You don’t just have to be into affiliate marketing or Adsense site building to use
FPTraffic. It also has great applications for anyone who manages any type of Facebook
page and who wants to boost their audience and engagement levels.
The best way to show you the ins and outs of FPTraffic is to walk you through how I use
it on a daily basis. I’ve done this by taking a whole load of screen shots, and then
adding a caption to each image to help explain what you’re seeing.
In order to register for FPTraffic, you will need a Facebook account. Your Facebook
account should also have at least one page you intend on managing.
If you fit that criteria, then head over to www.FPTraffic.com and you’ll see a page like
From there, scroll down and sign up. You basically set up a $10 per month PayPal
subscription, and you’re good to go. Neat.
Once you are paid up and logged in, here is the screen you should first see. I have
blurred out some of my pages for privacy (although I mentioned Bender Quotes earlier if
you want to see one of my pages)
When managing a page using FPTraffic, the first thing you’re going to want to do is set
a page schedule. This tells the tool when to post the next item in that page’s queue. You
can post every hour if you want, but that isn’t recommended. I’ve had my best results
posting twice a day from the scheduler (and then occasionally adding in manual posts to
At the heart of FPTraffic are the images you will be posting to your page(s). The
fundamental premise of this product is scheduling lots of images and rich content to
boost your engagement and social media presence.
Lucky for you, there are a number of ways to get quality images into your page queue
without even having to leave FPTraffic:
The first method available is a Tumblr search. You simply add your keyword, such as
“dog memes” and then a list of results appears. Any image you like can be added to
your queue by clicking on it.
How easy is this?
I don’t really like using the Tumblr feature much as a lot of what you will see in the
search results are GIFs. These don’t display properly on Facebook; whatever the first
frame is will become the image itself when posted to your page.
But there are some good images on Tumblr, and this is a nice functionality to have.
A similar functionality is provided for keyword searching images from Bing. It works
almost exactly the same as Tumblr. Surely I don’t need to explain this any further?
As you would expect, there is of course an option to upload one or more images from
your computer into the FPTraffic queue. If you’ve used any file uploader before, then
this will be a doddle for you.
The final option available (and perhaps the most powerful) is the ability to import end
masse images from URLs. Let’s say you’ve got 100 image source URLs of great pics
for your page. Rather than having to download them all to your PC, only to have to
upload them again, you can just chuck those URLs into FPTraffic and all the
corresponding images will be added to the queue. How awesome is that?
Once you’ve got some images added, you can now check out your page queue. Each
thumbnail represents a single post on your page. You can see at what time and date
each post is going to be made.
You can re-order posts by dragging them around the queue, which is invaluable if you
are going to be recycling posts in order to help keep things a bit fresher. As you would
also expect, hitting the red cross deletes that post.
If you click the edit symbol (not the wrench symbol) then you can quick add a text
description to the post:
However, I recommend using the advanced edit feature for altering the description.
When you edit the description from within the advanced editor you can add these
symbols, which seem to boost engagement greatly when used. Don’t spam them in
every post, but a well-placed heart or start symbol works wonders for boosting reach. I
don’t know why, but it does work.
Back in the main queue view, you can also trigger an image editor by clicking on any
image in the queue. You can do all sorts of things like crop, resize, rotate, and add
filters, text and shapes. This means you don’t need to pass your images through
another editor before uploading to FPTraffic.
Another great aspect of FPTraffic is the links feature. This is a section of the dashboard
where you can schedule links to websites, as well as find and schedule YouTube and
Amazon products. Let’s look at the different tools available:
This option allows you to schedule a link to any web page on the Internet. It’s very basic
and easy to use. Once you add the link, it will move to your queue. When the link posts
to your page Facebook should automatically pull an image.
I personally prefer to post an image and then link from the image description, as this
gives more control over what viewers see.
We all know that YouTube is home to loads of great videos. No matter what niche
you’re in, there will probably be some great YouTube clips to share. Your audience can
play these clips directly from the page timeline. And we all know that videos can have
massive engagement, which is great.
With this functionality you can search YouTube and then add any video you want as a
queued post for your page. Cool, huh?
The only problem I’ve found with this is that the search results aren’t very good.
Compared to what I find from keyword-based searches on YouTube.com itself, I keep
finding a lot of irrelevant results. The way I have found to get around this is by finding a
video I want to post on YouTube, and then searching its exact title in the FPTraffic
search box – that seems to work fine.
SCHEDULE AMAZON PRODUCTS
All the reach in the world is meaningless if you aren’t making squat from your Facebook
pages. Lucky for you, FPTraffic has a neato little feature built in that allows you to find
and schedule Amazon products. You need an Amazon Associates ID, which should be
easy enough to get. Amazon has a ludicrous number of products, and if your page is
based around anything that is not totally obscure, then there are probably going to be
some great products you can promote to earn a commission.
You can use Amazon Associates tracking IDs with this particular tool, which means you
can track the earnings from your pages more efficiently. This is useful if you want to
know the breakdown of earnings from each individual page, especially if you ever plan
on selling your pages.
There is also a feature that allows you to add non-US Amazon Associates IDs (e.g. UK).
I’m not sure if this particular function is for automatic geo-redirection, so that if a UK-
based person clicks an Amazon link on your page they get sent through your UK ID so
you can make a commission. It might just be there to allow you to target different
countries with your pages.
If you don’t like the way this tool works, then there is nothing stopping you uploading a
photo of the product you want to promote and then adding your affiliate link (preferably
cloaked to make it look nice) into the description area. This is what I do when I’m feeling
There is also another option for getting your affiliate links in front of your audience in the
nicest format possible:
LINK MASKING TOOL
Ugly affiliate links suck, right? Luckily there is a link masking tool built right into
FPTraffic. I haven’t actually used it myself yet as I direct my traffic from my posts to
pages on various websites I own. However, it is easy to use and I was able to create a
redirect in a couple of minutes for testing purposes.
I’ve got a feeling this would be an invaluable feature if you are running CPA offers that
tend to have ugly links, or any type of tracking tool.
Because I haven’t used the link masker much, I can’t really add any further comment. If
I play around with it more in the future, then I will revisit this point.
There is a feature built in to FPTraffic to help you run giveaways that comply with
Facebook’s rules. Giveaways – when run properly and targeted to the right audience –
can be a great way to boost your engagement, get more likes, and draw more attention
to your page. The way this tool is built, you also wind up grabbing entrants email
addresses in the process; and if you use Aweber then you can automatically add your
entrants into your list of choice.
If you don’t have Aweber, and use a service like Mailchimp or Constant Contact, then
you can still copy/paste the entrants details into a CSV file or something similar and
upload to your email service provider. You would need to consider the possibility that
your ESP could get shirty about the manner you generated those leads, but it should
probably be fine.
From the perspective of monetization, one of the coolest features of the giveaway tool is
that you can require entrants to complete a “sponsored offer” form – like a classic
name/email/zip CPA offer – before their entry is counted. In order to do this your offer
must allow incentive traffic. Luke has provided instructions for setting up the postback
etc so that entries are counted correctly and everything tracks as it should. This is not
something I have played around with, but I can see a great deal of potential if you
combine the right giveaway with the right affiliate offer.
If this doesn’t make sense, then think about it this way:
1. You create your giveaway and find a CPA offer that allows incentive traffic (think
that you are incentivizing the traffic to complete the offer by dangling the carrot of a
free t shirt, DVD box set, whatever).
2. You set up the postback, which basically tells FPTraffic to count the entry as valid
when someone completes the offer.
3. You start promoting your giveaway, and hopefully start earning.
You can also have an entry counted when the entrant clicks a sponsor link. This means
you can redirect to any web page you want, like a squeeze page or sales page etc. …
YUGE possibilities there.
Unfortunately, when I first tried using this feature to create a giveaway I actually got a
bug that prevented it from working correctly. When you went through the entry process,
you hit a random coding error screen and couldn’t progress any further. I haven’t really
tried again with the giveaway feature (I don’t run a lot of giveaways as I’d rather spend
the value of the prizes on more ads).
At some stage I will revisit this aspect of FP Traffic and try it again. It definitely seems
like to most confusing element of the product … the instructions could do with being a
bit clearer, ideally with a video. I think that there is huge potential to monetize this
particular functionality, especially with CPA offers that allow incentive traffic.
This is a cool little functionality that I haven’t yet had the chance to roll out properly, but
I’m actively working on it at the time of writing this review.
You know how Facebook just kills your organic reach, right? Well this is bad news for
getting your page and its promotions out there. It is especially bad if you’re paying for
likes via Facebook Ads, because you have these great looking page stats but only a
percentage of those likes are seeing your content.
With the FP Inbox function, you can create a custom URL where you can direct people
to sign up for a daily email that recaps all the new posts from that day. This is a great
idea because it’s effectively giving you another channel to grow your reach (in fact the
whole point of FP Inbox seems to be helping you to get around Facebook’s appalling
The only downside to this functionality, as far as I can see, is that you can’t export all
your leads to a CSV or TXT file so you can then upload them into your email service
provider. This would be a KILLER functionality for anyone looking to grow a list – if
you’re reading Luke, then please consider adding this. The only risk would be that you
might run into spam/approval issues, which could be why there is no export function
Great Price. It’s 10 bucks a month. What more do I need to say? It’s so affordable
it’s not even funny. Facebook pages are free to run, so you could literally build a
profitable business for just $10 per month with this tool. You don’tneed to run ads
to get page likes; you can grind away organically and see growth this way. With
FPTraffic you really can build a cost effective social media business.
Lots of Features. Post scheduling, image scraping, YouTube embeds, Amazon
embeds, giveaways with lead gen functionality, Facebook inbox tools … it’s all
here. I can’t really think of any main feature or functionality that is missing from
FPTraffic, except perhaps an app to allow you to drive newsletter signups from your
page itself (without having to run a giveaway or send traffic to an external landing
Easy-To-Use. You should be able to get the hang of what this powerful tool can do
in a short space of time. It is simple and intuitive to use, and there are good
instructions provided for each particular functionality.
Included Guides & Private Group. From within your FPTraffic member dashboard
you can access a bunch of guides that Luke has written on making the most of the
tool. The most interesting of these are his case studies about monetizing your
pages, or growing page size through the use of Facebook ads. There is also a
private Facebook group that is useful for getting support or asking questions about
how others profit from the tool. Luke is active in the group, and responds to most
user posts which is nice. It would be good to see more guides added, but hopefully
these will come at a later date.
Recycle Posts Is Great. Once you’ve built up a good collection of posts on your
page, you can recycle previously posted content. Hitting the recycle posts option
will put all that older content back in your queue. Dive back in to that queue, change
up the order and reword your descriptions a bit, and you’ve now got a whole heap
more content to post on your page (especially if you’re mixing in newer images and
links at the same time). The attention span of people on social media is appalling,
so unless you’re posting the same stuff on a very regular basis, then your fans will
probably forget they have seen an image in the past and like it/share it all over
Helps to Increase Organic Reach. This is probably the biggest benefit of all for
serious Facebook marketing. If you have any knowledge at all of Facebook, then
you know how much organic news feed reach tends to suck. And Facebook always
seem to be making it worse on a regular basis. This is done in order to drive more
marketers and businesses to use Facebook Ads, and it just sucks from the
perspective of anyone trying to make a dime off of Facebook. By using FPTraffic
I’ve been able to build some great organic reach (at least by current FB standards).
I don’t know exactly what the benchmarks are, but by posting relevant promotion-
free content each day with the scheduler tool I get my page out and about on fans’
news feeds much more than I would only posting ads or website links. And because
I’ve got this higher level of reach, when I do post a link to my website or to an
Amazon product, it gets better reach as well resulting in more clicks and profits for
If you’re running a Facebook page for a business like an ecommerce store or
bricks and mortar outlet, then consider using FPTraffic with non-promotional
content on a regular basis to grow audience interaction and get greater reach.
This tool isn’t only for affiliate marketers. I’ve been doing this for my work, and
seeing great results. In fact, I would say that it is even more important for a
traditional brand or ecommerce retailer to grow their engagement, because of
how Facebook throttles reach.
Bundled Chrome Extension Is Handy. There is a companion Chrome extension
for FPTraffic that is useful indeed. When it’s installed in your browser, you can
quickly select images from any web page you are browsing and grab the URLs of
those images by using the extension. Copy and paste those URLs into a Notepad
file, and then you can use the Image URLs option in FPTraffic to import those
images you found. You can import up to 500 at once, which is enough content to
last weeks. Can it get any easier than that?
Massive Time Saver. The biggest benefit of using FPTraffic is that it is so much
more efficient than manually managing Facebook pages. This means you can grow
and monetize more pages than you would normally be able to do, resulting in more
profit at the end of the day. Saving time is one of the best things you can do!
Do you manage Facebook pages for your employer, or for clients you work
with? You could add a lot of extra value with little time investment by using
FPTraffic. I actually use it on one of the pages I manage for my dreaded day
job, and I have seen a huge increase in reach and engagement since I started
posting informative and/or funny content that is non-promotional on a regular
No Google Images Scraper. As outlined earlier in my FPTraffic review, there is a
built-in feature to scrape images based on keywords from Tumblr or Bing. However,
the Mac Daddy of image search engines – Google Images – is unfortunately
missing. This means that you aren’t going to necessarily be getting widest spread of
relevant images that you possibly could if. In many of the pages I manage, I find my
best images for re-posting always come from Google. The best way to get around
this is searching Google Images and using the FPTraffic Chrome extension to grab
the URLs of those images. Or you can just manually download each one from
Google Images and then put it through the bulk uploader. However, it would be nice
to search Google Images from within the FPTraffic interface itself. I suspect there is
some kind of restriction on Google’s API that prevents this from happening … or
doing so might cause the price to rise.
No Sub-Accounts or VA Access Feature. This isn’t a problem when you’re first
starting out, but I can see how it could quite easily become an issue if you expand
your business or already use VAs/staff. Your FPTraffic account is tied to your
Facebook account. Therefore, the only way you can let a VA manage your
FPTraffic account is to give them access to your personal Facebook profile, as you
can’t associate multiple Facebook accounts with one FPTraffic account. Hopefully a
future release of the tool will allow you to have multiple Facebook profiles tied to
one account (even if you had to pay a premium for this, it would be a useful feature
for many more serious marketers). Here are a couple of workarounds you could try
in the meantime:
Create a dummy Facebook profile that has admin rights for all your
pages, and then tie FPTraffic to that page. Give your VAs the login to that
Facebook account. You just need to be careful that they don’t lock you out of
the Facebook profile … or that they don’t wind up removing page admin rights
to your main FB profile that is tied to your pages – an admin can delete other
admins. This all comes down to how much your trust your VAs/staff. I know
some people don’t like to take the risk that they could be locked out of their
Create a new FPTraffic membership for each page you manage. If you were
making bank with Facebook pages, then you could possibly justify having an
FPTraffic membership for each of those pages tied to a unique FB profile. Not
very elegant and it will cost you money, but perhaps the safest method out
there. I don’t really see it being practical, however.
Occasional Bugs. Every so often I encounter an annoying bug where the photo for
my scheduled post is broken, so I have to delete that scheduled item and upload it
again. Other times I have had the image scraper tool crash/freeze. But these bugs
are fairly infrequent so I think you will be able to tolerate them in most instances. As
previously mentioned, I also had trouble getting my giveaway set up correctly.
Can’t Change Time zone. Maybe I’m just a bit dumb, but I get confused by the
server time when trying to tie my post schedule to the most popular times that my
page fans are online. I’m used to working with GMT, but the server is run off some
kind of American time zone. This is just a minor gripe from my end; it would be
great to be able to have the time displayed in your time zone of choice.
No Schedule Randomizer. Your page schedule will always be the same until your
manually change it. A great addition would be the ability to pick X number of posts
per day, but randomize the schedule with a predefined minimum time between each
post. For example, “post 3 times per day between 6am and 11pm, with a minimum
of 2 hours between each post”. This would be a cool feature to have that would give
a more authentic vibe to the content you post.
Giveaway Tool Is Confusing. It could definitely do with some better instructions
(preferably a live case study video or something like that which you could walk
through). Maybe I’m just not clever enough to use it?
CONCLUSION – SHOULD YOU JOIN FPTraffic?
Are you working on a regular basis with Facebook pages, or do you intend on growing
any form of business model using Facebook? If so, then you need FPTraffic. It really is
as simple as that. In fact, if you have ANY interest AT ALL in driving traffic or making
money from “The Book” then FPTraffic is an essential purchase.
This incredible tool costs a miserly $10 per month. That’s the price of a couple of
takeaway burgers for what is possibly one of the best social media marketing tools I
have ever encountered.
There are so many great ways to use FPTraffic, and a number of viable monetization
strategies can be built on the back of the functionality provided. For a little bit of
inspiration, here’s a site I’ve had running for one month that generates its traffic from
posts I schedule to the page:
I basically take the content I already posted on my page, package it up into list-based
articles (10 best photos of the week etc.), and then drive traffic from my FB page via
more scheduled links back to my site. I’ve made all my money spent on promoting the
content back in Adsense and Amazon revenue with a little profit on top, and am building
a list at the same time. Am I going to get rich from this one site? No … in fact it probably
isn’t worth the time I have spent on it so far. However, it does show me that it is possible
to drive traffic from a targeted Facebook page and earn. I can now refine the site, keep
growing it, and then hopefully sell both the site and the page for a profit.
And here are a couple of screenshots of the page like growth of two niche-targeted
pages I’ve been building with FPTraffic:
The second one:
And all of this was possible thanks to FPTraffic and a few dollars of targeted FB ads
spend. That kind of consistent growth is exactly what you want to see.
Add in to the mix that Luke seems like a totally awesome guy, and is willing to give a lot
of help to his customers via the FPTraffic Facebook group, and it makes the deal even
sweeter. There are a lot of d-bags out there in the Internet Marketing world … Luke is
definitely the opposite; a genuine good guy.
Just go get it, right now. I honestly cannot see any scenario in which you wouldn’t be
happy with FPTraffic when you consider just how well-priced it is, and the fact that it is
not priced on a tiered service system or anything like that.
The biggest attraction of FPTraffic is that it is available at the most affordable rate. You
will only have to pay $10 per month. On the other hand, if you will use any other
professional it tools that they will cost you hundreds of dollars and will not provide the
results that you have been expecting. With FPTraffic all your Facebook monetization
related issues will be resolved and you will get the best ranking.
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