Over the past few years there has been quite a lot of talk about how social networking can impact your business in good ways. True, it never hurts to get out and mingle, but to build your business entirely on a social networking platform is not well advised.
There are many, quite possibly proprietary things, to consider when setting your business up online — Your online identity belongs to you and no other. With this in mind, social networking should be made to work for you in that your new or revamped website should be the place that people visit most frequently — not the social networks. The social networks should be the place people use to find and get to your site, not the other way around.
I’ll help you through the maze of social networking, so that both you and your website takes center stage with regard to your business. Facebook and Twitter both get more than their fair share of traffic — With my social networking guidance, you can be sure that you and your business website gets it’s fair share of traffic too.
I can provide integration of your social media experience into your new or existing website pages, with badges and links to enhance your site visitors experience and to further augment your existing website traffic.
I’ll assist you with, and help to put your company or personal website in a position to tap into the two-way conversation, that happens between you and your customers and visitors, in a natural way. I’ll help to show you where people are talking about you, the areas where you can best get involved, and the tactics you should use to help increase the needed awareness of you, your brand, your primary website.