Jacobito Design’s 2012 year in Santa Fe Web Design was a year of growth. Here are some achievements we have made in the Santa Fe web design community as well as achievement beyond the New Mexico web design boundary. Continue reading “Santa Fe Web Design Regards & Achievements for 2012”
In our previous four posts, “Project Comprehension“, “Designing a Great Website Mock-up“, “Website Development” and “Pushing a Website Live” we outlined four steps of how we understand what you would like in website, how we design a mock-up to your specifications, how we develop that design into a functional easy to use website, and the process of pushing that website live. Continue reading “Web Design Process (Part Five) – Owning a Healthy & Viable Website”
Google+ Pages for your business is basically a no-brainer. But because it’s still in its infancy, there is some room for improvement. Continue reading “Google+ Pages for Your Business – In its Infancy”
One of the main objectives of a web designer is to create a user experience that is not only seamless but holds a visitors attention and encourages return visitations. This is achieved by creating an efficient user platform that is easy to use, coherent and motivates readers to be more engaged. Continue reading “User Experience & Encouraging Return Visitation…”
Social networking sites, such as Twitter, LinkedIn, and FaceBook, are fast becoming a normal day-to-day business activity. Businesses use these sites as a marketing tool to drive traffic towards their websites and keep their clientele interested in their business activities. Because the overhead cost of being part of a social networking site is minimal, it really does pay for a company to be involved.
Social Networking… A Driving Force
Businesses that want to drive traffic towards their website might want to think about setting up a social networking account. Major corporations are in on the game because they realize the benefits of being able to interact with their customers. These corporations also realize how social networking sites can drive new clientele towards their sites by using social networking as a promotional base.
Keep Them Coming Back for More
As business owners, we all want to keep our clients and customers interested and coming back for more. Some of the ways in which social networking can help with this are by displaying sales and promotions that are going on at any given moment. Another way is by “tweeting” or posting about new products or services that are currently being offered within the industry. Yet another way is to interact with customers so that they feel that they are contributing to products they care about. Companies such as Starbucks use Twitter for this very reason.
A Low-Cost Benefit
Businesses these days are seeing the low-cost benefit of using social networking for their business marketing needs. It usually doesn’t cost anything to set up an account. Plus, as an added benefit a company can provide a link from their social networking page to their website. This aids in search engine optimization (SEO).
Investigate it for yourself and you will see that social networking isn’t just for kids; it also serves as a driving force in business today and keeps customers coming back for more.