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If you are thinking of having a website online, many of you will have already created social media pages for your business. Really understanding social media and how it will improve your business is a big challenge, but you can make things as easy as possible whilst having your website designed. Ask your web designer how they plan to integrate social media within the site.

Most people think that having a link to your Facebook and Twitter pages is enough, but there is more that you can do. Having a share facility on your blog is an excellent way to improve your social/online presence. The ability for people to share or tweet something on your website is a great way to gain more customers through social media.

You can also have a Facebook comments section (sometimes referred to as a widget or gadget) beneath the posts on your website; this could mean that when somebody leaves a comment on your website, their friends on Facebook or twitter will be able to see it, however, it can also be set to run the other way round, comments made on twitter regarding your business could be fed into your website via a widget or gadget.

There are many ways that social media can have a positive impact on the success of your business, so have a look around at some of your competitors. See how they integrate social media within their website and make yours as "sociable" and "sharable" as you want.


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