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Social Networking is Great!

vintage-social-networking1My, how the times have changed!

I love to network. There is something about the thrill of connecting someone who needs a website designer with a list of qualified, talented designers that makes me smile. And, I love it when someone contacts me and connects a friend of theirs so that I can write their blog posts, manage their social media accounts or write their website content.  Yes, that is what social networking is all about. And whether you use email or the telephone, networking is fun, and beneficial to all. So, if you are in need of connecting with a website designer, PPC campaign manager or other Web need, let me know. I will be happy to connect you with some of the pros I know.

Have a great day!

In the Know about I-marketing, and link building, and SEO writing

chain link, link building, SEOI-marketing, and link building, and SEO writing…Oh my! The days of simply tacking an announcement on the post office bulletin board or buying an advertisement in the town paper and netting record-breaking sales are long gone. Today’s businesses, in order to be successful, are now required to reach potential customers through a wide variety of marketing approaches ranging from the world-wide web and social networking sites as well as tried and true venues like the printed word. Businesses must implement savvy SEO writing and marketing, a variety of link options, and assortment of ways to contact them-all while making the consumer feel important and special.

So what are some of the most effective ways to reach customers? Well, depending on who you ask the answers may vary, but one of the most consistent responses is that of social networking sites such as Facebook or Twitter. These sites are easy to use and offer a greater customer base than by using snail mail, telemarketing, or even e-mail advertisements. If you are not familiar with the business opportunities available through these sites, then take some time in the near future to tap their potential.

Once a customer visits your site, you will want to keep them there long enough to seal the deal. You can do this through effective sales, maintaining an order history, suggesting related products or services or by providing quality reading material that align with your site’s products, services and interest. You can implement surveys or offer feedback forms, provide live chats or a customer review section but whatever you opt for, you want it to be easy for customers to use.

So get connected with the latest and greatest the Internet has to offer, be persistent in marketing and SEO techniques and watch your business begin to grow. No, it won’t happen overnight, but with perseverance and patience, you will see an increase in business.