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BY: Gregorio Fiorentino | Category: Education | Submitted: 2010-06-07 21:26:33
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Article Summary: "If you want your business' Web site to do more than just sit there somewhere in cyberspace, the suggestions that follow should help you promote your site and ultimately your business. Strategy must be considered first and foremost..."

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Making your Web site known in cyberspace can be accomplished if you follow these steps. First step is to come up with a good strategy. You will have to make use of words and graphics that grab potential buyers if you want your Web site to succeed in business endeavors. Unfortunately, most of them don't have those elements.

Will it be an informational site or a site that convinces visitors to buy from the company?

Would you suggest a video of how your widgets are made if you plan to make sales through your Web site? In case they want more information, how will they get in touch with you? How about if there is an order they want to place? If you can find solutions to all these questions, then you will be able to know how to make the Web site work better for you and your customers.

What kind of elements did you use for your site to improve it visually? What visual features are available in your site? While visual impact is an important detail, it should not be the most important one. A graphic design expert said that functionality is a more essential ingredient of a web site rather than looks. Even if your site looks good, it won't matter much if visitors have difficulty going through the site. If the site does not earn for your company, then how the site looks like will not mean anything.

Web people are considering whether search engine optimization or pay per click would work best to bring people to a site. It is only through engine optimization that your site will be found. Visitors who can specify what they want will most likely be lured into a site through pay per click advertising. The ads use key words to connect searchers and your site. If you sell widgets and gadgets as your products, then your buyers are brought to the pages on your site that have to do with widgets and gadgets.

Social networking sites play an important role in search engine optimization. Should you pay attention to these social networking sites? If you are driven to do it and you also have time to spare for it, then absolutely, answers the director an internet marketing firm. Your business could be put in a favorable position if you know how to use networking sites. Since he is logged on to Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin for four to six hours a day, he has a clear picture of what will help your business and what will not.

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