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7 Best Practices To Give Your New Business Website A Head Start

Best Practices To Give Your New WEBSITE A HEAD START Use Wordpress to create a search optimized website with little effort. Easy to set up and optimize, comes with a massive range of plugins (for add-on functionality) and themes (for design). Use WordPress 01 as a CMS 02 Use a Responsive Theme Google now boosts mobile-friendly pages in the search results as the majority of digital media consumption now takes place in mobile apps. Whether you're a B2B or a B2C business, you should have a presence on all the sites that your audience is present on, starting with a presence on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube. Social Media Optimization (SMO) 03 04 A regularly-updated blog with content created in multiple formats (text, images, infographics, Slideshare, PDF, video) is a must. Publish a Blog The Gold is in your mailing list. The best, most reliable place to reach your customer is in their inbox. Build a Mailing 05 List Your potential customers are reading the reviews that your former and current customers are posting about your business. Invite customers to post reviews on your Facebook and Google+ Business Pages. Ask for Reviews 06 & Recommendations Today, your customers expect responses within a few hours or less. There is no excuse for not Provide 07 Exceptional responding to customer queries or complaints on social media. Social Customer Service

7 Best Practices To Give Your New Business Website A Head Start

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Are you launching a new business website or updating an old one in today’s post-Panda and Penguin world? Here are seven best practices you can follow to get your online presence off to a great start.



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