Published on Tue Aug 11, 2009 by David J Colbran
DJC Design in Liverpool, has everything to turn a personal or business website into a social networking node for visitors. This makes your site interactive for everyone and increases the readship and stickyness of the pages.
Visitors can add their own content to your website and add links to blogs and other social networking sites such as Facebook, Digg, Reddit or Twitter. One obvious advantage is that it can help with search engine optimisation and makes your site and business more visable to Google, pushing you up the page rankings. Also we can help you maximise the effectiveness of your own online networking activity, using internet marketing techniques as a way to cultivate new business relationships with your customers.
DJC Design has recently updated Writing on the Wall's website to include various networking elements, including Facebook links, a Twitter feed and a quick way for site visitors to share information on the site to other places across the internet. The increase in traffic to the Writing on the Wall site has been large, with an increase of 25% in unique visitors in July 2009, compared to the same period the previous year.
By using new social networking media tools DJC Design can help you improve the web presence and performance of your website. Please get in touch for more details.seo Author: David J Colbran
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