Gone are the good old days of just advertising your business in the paper, and yellow pages; nowadays, with on-line marketing just a fingertip away, there are numerous ways to get your business details out there to existing and new potential customers.
Find social media confusing? Time consuming? Don't know where to turn? Don't be intimidated! We can take the headaches away with our dedicated advisers and many years of experience. Just take a look below at the different social media techniques we can offer your business TODAY! Remember, the more information avenues there are out there, the larger the catchment net you have to draw in new customers and to engage with existing ones.
Twitter is an on-line social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based posts known as "tweets". It was created in 2006 and is now generating over 20 million tweets daily in the UK and handling over 1.6 billion worldwide search queries per day. “What does this mean to me?”, I hear you ask? Well, Twitter can provide a number of benefits for your business. For starters, it can help you reach out to new clients and retain existing ones! Twitter allows you to reach out to people in your local area AND all over the world. You can target people with specific interests and needs that may require your services or products.
Blogging is a service for people and businesses to communicate, express their thoughts and views on a wide range of diverse subjects. Blogger.com is one of the most popular blogging sites. It allows for freedom of speech and increases the availability of information to anyone that could be interested in your services or products. An open Blog can encourage healthy debate and makes possible new connections between people and businesses engage in your business.
Linkedin formed in 2003 and now has over 150 million worldwide users and over 7 million UK users on a daily basis. Unike the early days, Linkedin now offers something called "company pages" rather than just the standard "personal pages", which are quite similar to those of Facebook pages. The pages can include basic information about your company, a link back to the company website and lots of other helpful information. You can also add your company banners, videos and pictures, blog posts and twitter feeds, recommendations and even start groups or meetings for local business people based on your similar interests or local area.
Take a look at some less known social media sources that may help your business grow: Myspace, Delicious, Reddit, Stumbleupon, Digg, pinterest. We can link these methods to your website to increase your SEO and get fantastic results on the search engines. Smartphone Searches will connect these social media angles to your existing site all included in our social media package.