How To Market Your Business Website
By Jon Allo
When you build a website, you have very powerful marketing collateral that you can use to get more business than you ever thought possible.
It doesn’t matter if you have a bricks-and-mortar business or a completely online business here’s how to market your business website, both online and offline.
The more relevant content in the form of blogs you can put on your website, the more traffic you’ll get to your website. You don’t want the content to go up all at once. You want it to go a little at a time so that the search engines grab it, and so that you get a steady trickle of traffic every day.
Social Media Networks
When you write a blog post or add any content to your site, let people know on all your social media networks about the new content. Try to make each update to social media slightly unique so that it doesn’t look like just the same thing all the time. Each network has its own unique appearance and personality. Just match your blurbs with each network.
These are those funny square things that you can use your smartphone to take a picture of and grab the information. A QR code can take your customer or contact to a newsletter sign-up page or just your webpage. It’s up to you.
Pay Per Click
All search engines, plus most social media networks, allow you to do some form of pay-per-click marketing. The easiest and best one to use is Facebook. You can design an advertisement and target it in the minutest way possible to get the most convertible clicks.
Search engine optimization should be your first go-to marketing method for your website. SEO involves ensuring that you have the right content on your site, using the right keywords and in the right order for the best results. SEO also happens off your website and is called off-page SEO. This means that you find ways to produce material that provides a link back to your website.
Locally and internationally there are always sponsorship opportunities available where you can help put on an event, support a charity, or combine resources with other businesses offering complementary items to your audience. The end result is more traffic to your website.
Marketing your business website is an important part of having a business. If you want people to find out about your business, the website is essential.
Every successful entrepreneur has made mistakes in their online business at some time or another. It’s all part of the learning process. Although mistakes are going to happen, you can avoid a number of common business mistakes. Download my free checklist, The 10 Most Common Online Business Mistakes at https://jonallo.com/mistakes