Everyone (well almost) is on Facebook and if you’re not, you and/or your business are missing out on one of the greatest traffic sources (real customers) that has ever been created. Not only can you interact with customers, you can respond immediately to their questions and concerns, adjusting in mid-stream so you remain on the top of your game.

And it’s not only Facebook, there’s Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Instagram, Google+, Linkedin and many other Social Platforms. Each is unique and has its own characteristics; each is another opportunity for you and your business to capitalize on these social media mega sites. The difficulty isn’t the platform, they exist and are growing every day, the only problem is time and understanding how they all interact with each other. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered with an experience team who’ve spent (literally) years exploring every nook and cranny of the net. If it can affect your traffic and dominance on the net, you can rest assured we’ve been there and can use those platforms to help bring customers into your doors.

So What You Do Business

As mentioned, they all work together, but only if you understand the intricacies and have the time and staff to maintain and monetize them. The question you (as a business person) needs to answer is simple, do you want to spend the time learning to navigate the highways and byways, or utilize a firm with a proven track record and experience.

It’s actually a pretty easy answer, and since you’re savvy in the ways of business, you know the best use of your time is not updating and maintaining posts, answering comments, it’s increasing your revenues and paying attention to your bottom line.

FACT: Search engines use social media indicators to influence the placement of website in the SERPs (search engine results page).

With that fact in mind, it is crucial that you (or us) pay close attention to what is happening with your social media presence and to utilize those platforms to your best advantage.

How We Do Things at Orlando SEO

If you don’t have a social media presence, you need to establish one. Whenever we consult with a prospective client we explain the relevance of these social media platforms and how we connect each one, so each is of most benefit to your main website and business style. More than that, we train you (or an employee) the best and easiest way to maintain these accounts for the do-it-yourselfer, or we can maintain them for you. If you’re planning a LARGE launch, we’re also happy to recommend the services of selected social media firms we’ve worked with before. In other words, we want to take every step possible to ensure your success.