Using Social Networking For Small Business
- Facebook ,Twitter LinkedIn
There is a relationship in site rank scoring to how many times a site is mentioned on a social site. If you got a few hundreds likes from your friends on Facebook many believe it is just like a back link adding value to your web site(s).
Social marketing should be one part of your online presence. There is a relationship in site rank scoring to how many times a site is mentioned on a social site.
You will also notice listening to this podcast the programs we offered back then and never took off . WpN sure has grown.
I tell you once I get into the discussion on the podcast how to use a camera, a blog, Facebook and twitter accounts.
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“ The Poorman’s Guide To The Internet ” http://recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-16456/TS-229568.mp3
Facebook is well worth your time.
Grow your friends lists not only folks you know from The Wildlife Pro Network including others in the industry. Your most important Facebook friends will be in your local market. Make a conscious effort to grow your local Facebook friend list since it is very important for others to casually learn about your services you offer by the short stories and pictures from the job sites to share with them. Facebook is a nice place for setting up photos albums like photo bucket too but your friends will see them and be able to comment on them and help you keep your local business in front of local eyes.Our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sites-By-Robb/147142931985979
If you set it up once right and use it to autopost everything you do on other sites it creates a back links for you. I have had twitter on autopilot for about two years and maintain about 1800 followers .Follow us on our new twitter account http://twitter.com/#!/Sitesbyrobb and our old one http://twitter.com/#!/robbrussell
The best value to you as a business man is it is a pretty good back link to any sites you post on their. Myspace has long lost its luster as a social site for most business relationships.
Try it , many of us here have accounts.
Three of the best good free back links for any web site are Facebook Twitter Myspace use them. Now go out and get back links from other companies in this industry. Give superior sites like icwdm.org and nwco.net references and their are other sites to reference on your sites like from the DNR or Centers For Disease Control. If media sites Radio TV Newspapers mention you on their sites be sure to link to those pages for the public to learn more about you.
Make sure if you are on media link to share it on your Facebook Account and share it wit the world.
Professionally I can tell you it is not about having just a web site presence but what you do with that presence by having it optimized locally. There is a definite art to findable content and proper use of the English language by your prospective customers using the internet. Most of the successful content or advertising on the internet today involves the intentional use of content to help searches index their web sites and rate the site for certain keywords, thousands of them. When you know what you are doing you will be catching customers on your web sites just as often as you catch critters in your traps.
The best advice I can give any one in this industry is to buy their keyword domains before their competition does:
Example: yourcitywildlifecontrol.com, yourcitycoyotetrapper.com , yourcitybedbugcontrol.com yourcitypestcontrol.com
Keyword domains the right ones payoff because they sell a search term by a customer only. Most business’s today should have mini sites on keyword domains about 6-10 depending on the exact keywords you want too know you are visible and findable for prospective customers on the internet.