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Free advice about your web presence
Do you ever get that feeling when you know you should be doing more but can’t quite put your finger on it?
Or maybe you do know what you need to do, and you’ve put it on the “not right now I’m too busy” pile?
Let’s have a look a couple of things that only take five minutes and have potentially great benefits. But first:
Q: Cyberspace::UK, what do you mean by web presence?
A: Your website, your social media and the creative flow in the back office all goes together to form your web presence. We can help you with all aspects of that.
And here are THREE pro-tips that we’re giving you for FREE.
- Have a website. A website demonstrates professionalism and builds trust. This is probably the most important reason there is for having one. See the “Web Services” tab for more info.
- Mention your website EVERYWHERE. It might seem obvious but you’d be surprised at the number of businesses that don’t have their website on business cards or their Facebook, Twitter or other Social Media (SM) profiles. It’s a shocking omission!
- Put fresh, relatable content on your sites and use Social Media to drive traffic there. By fresh, we mean fresh that users would like to see. Special offers, recent jobs you’ve done and any updates. Beware though, simply re-dating old content won’t cut the mustard and thin content is valueless.
In general, the quality of activity you generate helps propagate the site mention, increases site authority and ranking, which increases your organic reach and increases your business.
Not sure how to do any of that? Contact us.
It’s your website, be proud of it, use it, love it.
Digital Media Services - example
The client for this example supplied us with a minimum brief, a requirement to show all the bands playing during the festival, some photos of varying aspect ratio’s and quality, a link to a You Tube video (and permissions), and a leaflet.
Out of that, we created this promotional video for them which was very well received. This was around £250.