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  1. #1
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    Tips For A New Website

    Hi.

    I am new here so apologies if my question is a bit stupid!

    I am starting a new business and I am going to build a Website. I have been told it should have several mandatory "Add- Ons?" to maximise my profile. I have been told it needs to have:

    • A Facebook link
    • A Twitter link
    • A LinkedIn link
    • It must have a Mobile Site (so it can be viewed properly on mobile devices such as phones etc)
    • Google+
    • Paid Advertiser
    • An email "Capture Form?"
    • Mobile App?



    Can any of you kind people add to my list of what my website should have?

    As I mentioned, I am totally new to all this so you clever people must be able to tell me of any other things my site would need. I obviously want it to be as accessible as possible.

    Thanking you all in anticipation,

    Rob.

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    Well, if your site is a new site then you need to develop content within your site first, this way you would get good number of visitors in few months.. this is really good thing for any new website. Then you can start doing link building as well.
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    Blogging can be considered another form of Social Networking, and enough so to be considered a stand-alone marketing technique.

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    Add youtube link it will help to promote your business video and gets more traffic.

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    Also you need to think about tour content and optimize it for SEO. Also I should underline the necessity of having a mobile application or at least a mobile site nowadays a lot of people use their smartphones to surf the net. If your site won't work correctly on mobile devices it'll be great disadvantage for your reputation.

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    Thanks guys for all your help & advice. It really is appreciated.

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