Like many people, you may already be using Social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook (who isn't?) and MySpace to connect with your friends and family. But what about your business? Social media can be useful for almost every type of business. Pubs, retail stores, and even professional services can build their online reputation by branding their profiles.
We will replace your standard photo with a vertical advertisement in the left sidebar (like the skyscraper adverts on Rochdale Online) custom designed to your business’ image/brand. We will also design a full HTML welcome page that is just like any other page on the Internet and can contain graphics, actual text (not just graphical text), clickable buttons, Newsletter sign-up forms and text links.
Additionally we can use Facebook’s paid advertising to specifying your target audience, location, gender and age. You can reach your exact audience and connect real customers to your business. The possibilities are endless and really depend on you and your business.
Use Facebook to connect with your customers; as they become ‘fans’ of what you do, it creates a snowball effect showing off your name on their profiles to their friends. Twitter allows you post links promoting your service or latest offer which other users can re-tweet and share with their followers.
A custom Twitter background can help your business stand out from the crowd and also provide an excellent marketing opportunity. If you're using Twitter to promote a service, you're missing out on its full potential if you don't consider the background as part of your promotion.
We know social media isn't for everyone, and it can seem a little daunting at first, but with a bit of guidance and advice we'll soon have you Twittering and adding your friends to Facebook; just give us a call on 01706 523583 to discuss how we can help you connect with your customers and promote your business.*We value your privacy. We will never give, lease, sell or otherwise disclose your personal information.
If you are not online these days then you are not in business as far as I am concerned. It is the first place people look now, and they measure you by your website, whereas it used to be by your shop front. The website looks very smart and we are very pleased with it."