6 Things You Need To Do Immediately After Launching Your New Site
If you just lunched your site, you just want to get your business start. However, you will find yourself facing a whole new set of challenges like how to drive traffic, what type of content to create and how to track your site’s progress.
If you want to learn step by step the things you need to do after launching your website then keep reading!
The first thing you need to do is to start putting yourself out there. A great way to get trafic to your site is to collaborate with your family, friends and connections in your network to do guest posts on their sites.
Like, retweet, follow, comment share, repeat! It is the easiest thing to do after lunching your website. Start sharing the content of your site on social media platforms. It is a great way to market yourself free and organically by using #. We primarily use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, however, you need to go to the platforms that make the most sense for your business depending on the product and service you offer.
You can have the most beautiful, on-point website in world but if you don’t take time to think about SEO.
- Make sure your site is optimized for mobile.
- Know your website’s keywords and for each blog posts, make sure you use the same keyword in the title, URL and first 100 words on your posts.
Back up your site
If you taking your business seriously you need to back up your content regularly in case something happened. Ensure your website content is stored somewhere else in case your website were to ever get hacked or go down.
You may consider yourself that you are not the type of a person who likes writing. However, it doesn’t mean it needs to be long every time as long as you teach something new and relevant to your clients.
The last thing to do immediately after launching your site is to make sure that you have Google Analytics up and running correctly.
Google Analytics is a great way to figure out what’s working for you in your organic marketing efforts, and what to change or improve on in the future.
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