In an effort to make sure we’re giving readers the advice they seek for their small business marketing questions, we frequently check in on the terms that are most searched for by our visitors. There is one question that you all seem to be asking search engines time and again: Where should I promote my website (or business)?

While there is no magic bullet, there are a number of tried-and-true means for getting your name out there where people (and search engines!) can find you. We created the Slideshare below to help you plan your strategy for promoting yourself to the world. Enjoy!


Drive Web Traffic with Facebook

At last count, there were 955 million users on Facebook. And if you have a Facebook Page, chances are some of those users have seen it – and even better – liked it. Now, how many of them have seen your website?

Most small business owners are aware that Facebook is a valuable tool for establishing a brand’s personality and engaging with customers. However, many administrators fall short of the next step of using their Facebook Page to drive traffic back to their main business hub – their website. Here are a few tips for making the most of your marketing efforts on Facebook:


Whether you have an established small business or are just getting started, you should have a website as an outlet for sales/and or to serve as a platform for showcasing your products and services.  The problem you might face is actually getting people to visit your website. People need to know that your website exists, and they need to know how to find it.

What follows are some suggestions for promoting your small business website so customers and potential customers can find you online.



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