Four Ways to Socialize Your Website

By Sandra S. Sea

Unless you have been living under a rock, you will undoubtedly know that social marketing is an important aspect of your online marketing strategy. It is important that you connect with your customers where they live. Meaning, social sites.

Unless your business is geared to seniors, chances are they will look for you in other places besides the search engines. While it is important to be found in the search engines, referral traffic is quickly gaining ground for driving traffic to your site.

How do you make your site more social?

1. Display the details of your company Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. accounts on the front page of your website and on your blog. If you do not have those accounts yet; Boy do you have some catching up to do! Get on over there now and set up accounts.

2. Make sure your site has an RSS feed. The easiest way to do this is through a blog since RSS is built right in to many of the blogging applications. If you don’t then have someone create the feed for your website. If you do not know what an RSS feed is, it is a means to syndicate your site content. This allows users to create feeds from sites that interest them so they can get updates in their email or in their feed reader sites. Now think of how many more conversions you would make if your discounts, sales and newest release products were sent out to your subscribers?

3. Be sure to have a business blog and keep it active with regular updates. This will allow you to interact with your visitors as well as make content creation a breeze. You do not need to pay a web designer every time you want to add an update to your website. It is quite easy to do yourself with a blog. Consistency here will pay off. Do not just blog on occasion. Think of it as a daily duty. You just may find you enjoy it.

4. Make your website mobile friendly. You do not have to develop iPhone apps, just be aware of the fact that you should keep your site load time down and limit the use of bandwidth hungry graphics and scripts. Keeping your design simple will allow more mobile users to surf your site.

By doing these 4 simple steps, you not only can connect more easily with your tech loving customers, you will show them that you are in tune with their needs and are up to snuff when it comes to following the marketing trends. Young adults today do not want to do business with companies that are stuck in the 90’s. Keep up with the times and your customers will reward you by sharing your site with their friends and followers on the social sites.

The Millionaire-Minded Single Entrepreneur, How to Start, Market and Grow your business on a single income. download your free copy of How To Resolve Conflict Without Ruining Your Reputation.

Article Source:


Get blog posts like this each week

Sign up to receive my weekly blog digest every Monday

Graham Jones
Graham Jones is an Internet Psychologist who studies the way people use the online world, in particular how people engage with businesses. He uses this knowledge to help companies improve their online connections to their customers and potential customers and offers consultancy, workshops, masterclasses and webinars. He also speaks regularly at conferences and business events. Graham is an award-winning writer and the author of 32 books, several of which are about various aspects of the Internet. For more information connect with me on Google+
Graham Jones


Graham Jones is an Internet Psychologist, professional speaker and author of 32 books who helps businesses understand the online behaviour of their customers
YouTube is not as clever as we think. It is biased and poor at determining what you should watch. "How YouTube’s Al… - 14 hours ago
Graham Jones
Web Statistics
Cover page of free report

Weekly Online Business Advice


Get FREE advice to boost your online business EVERY

Saturday morning

And get this free booklet too