Aside from Facebook, Twitter is also one media in the online marketing industry that’s been gaining popularity. Companies already saw the vast potential of this micro-blogging site’s features and what it can do in terms of selling their products and services and promoting their businesses.
Blog is just one of the many efforts on how to improve your website’s ranking in search engines. This is the perfect stage to publicize news, brag about recent achievements, and post announcements. It is also an effective venue for discussions with your customers.
According to Facebook Statistics, they have over 500 million active users to date. Half of that number regularly logs in to the site. With this number in mind, there’s no surprise seeing a lot of businesses, whether big or small, hit that “Sign up” button. With your fan page, you can advertise your business and communicate with your customers and prospective clients. Here’s how it works:
I was talking to my friend and he mentioned that he wanted to have a website for his business. He sought my wisdom regarding this matter thinking since I work for the greatest web development company in the world, I might have the actual knowledge on how to do it. What I forgot to tell my friend is that I’m a writer (for crying out loud), not a web developer. Being the dependable friend that I am, I was determined to help him one way or the other. So I resorted to what I do best—that is to write about how to get started with your own business website a.k.a website development 101/for dummies (No offense, my friend). So this one goes out to my friend and to everyone out there dreaming of owning their website but doesn’t know exactly how to begin. Here’s a helpful checklist of the things you need to do.