Monday, 11 April 2011
Update your business website
The World Wide Web is more dynamic than ever these days, which means it's becoming more and more important - good companies are constantly updating their sites. Fresh content keeps people coming back for more. Facebook fan pages need daily content and interactive websites such as a blog should be updated at least 3 to 4 times a week. While this may sound aggressive, clients will recognize the importance you place on of keeping your site's content fresh — without it, people will stop visiting.
We can build you a website that will cost you pennies. We can update your existing website once (or if you like daily). Contact us outlining your requirements. Why not tell us how much you want to pay and will do our best to beat it. We can arrange to host your site if you wish.
Social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, have become great resources for finding new customers. To get these networks (especially Twitter) to work to your advantage, reciprocal networking is crucial. Your prospective clients search for companies with similar interests and services to their own. Support them by "following" them or "liking" them. The idea is that those people/companies will return the favor — the theory (which is possibly questionable) is to enable traffic to benefit both - helping each company grow. The reality is - everybody is out there for their own gain.
This image above was taken in 1977 in Exeter. The churchyard is behind the main shopping center.
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