Once your website is live, the next phase is to establish your Internet presence which requires explore the World Wide Web, and interface your website with relevant parties and contacts. Establishing an account on the various social media applications is a good place to begin introduces your site to social media. The most obvious social media include, facebook, twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn but there are many others.
Your initial foray on the Internet exploration should be based on the nature and content of your website, with the objective of linking up for continued communication and interface. News groups and discussion group are varied and plentiful, you may choose to follow, join or un-join groups from time to time. The primary objective is to advance to exposure and objective of the enterprise as outlined on your site.
Establishing a presence on BLOGS that are relevant to your project or enterprise is a useful and effective way to promote your product of cause especially if you like some of us that bashful in terms of articulating your, opinion, perspective and point of view. Remember the objective is exposure and marketing your venture, therefore be disciplined, don’t take it personal, and do not react to colorful and provocative exchanges.
The Internet is a new residence for you and your website and your priority is to travel in your neighborhood and universal environment. Learn about the Internet and the parallel universe in which you now traverse…
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