Look Up Page

July 31, 2009

While it’s important for your business to have a presence online, less emphasis is placed on traditional websites for promotion these days. The social environment has proven lucrative for online businesses. Customer reviews, for one, are often known to increase sales.

Social Networking Sites

These types of sites generally allow for free membership, as well as extensive multimedia freedoms for better branding or product galleries. Sign up and create your profile, write your biography, import your contacts and start socialising.

Blog Sites

Another great location to make oneself at home is at one of the many free blog sites around the Internet. Less formal than traditional sites, but with added flexibility, blog sites allow you to create content and increase your online presence with ease.

Mini Sites

Don’t have a huge budget, but want a small site? There are many services out there offering free yet confined online space to the public. The construction tools are easy to use, and additional hosting is available if you want to build something a bit bigger.

Business Directories

Now that you have at least one ‘official’ resource, it’s time for submissions to business directories. A quick search should yield many options for you, but industry specific or location based directories can be just what you need to reach your niche audience.

Business Lookup

LookupPage logo

With a LookupPage business account, you not only get a customisable page to display your company information, products and services and contact details, but also a customised URL with your business name.

e.g. www.yourbusinessname.com

This profile is guaranteed a top spot in Google search results for your business name, and even provides detailed search and traffic information so you can gain a better understanding of your market.

Sign up now for a LookupPage business account and do more business online.


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Trying to be helpful - thanks for the positive feedback Karl

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