1. Let your customers know what social media sites you are on

Ensure your website visitors can access the social networks they can find your products or services and where they can share your products socially. The more your social networks are visible the more the viewers interact with them which is why you got to know where to place your Facebook, Twitter, and other channels on your site.

You need to include follow icons in the footer or header of all your pages since your social media profiles are a very essential source of information to users and a better way to keep connected.

All your blogs should pass across positive information and include “share” and “like” icons the which makes it easier for your viewers to advertise your products for you automatically.

Ask your visitors to ‘like’ your Facebook page, ‘Join’ your discussion on Linkedln or ‘follow’ your

brand on Twitter because all persons have social icons on their websites.


  1. Allow Social Logins For easier Networking

Nowadays sites don’t have to set up individual login unless they want to due to Social logins that allow their visitors to log in with Facebook or Twitter accounts. This allows sites to create their internal community with whom they share their special content and connect with and it’s a  good opportunity for any business. Simply giving people the option of logging in with their accounts shortens the registration process instead of filling registration forms and increases the number of people who register.

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