Send your family, friends and business colleagues an email letting them know you’ve updated your site and would appreciate any input.
2. Social Media: Part One
At a minimum, set up accounts on Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ Local Page. After you’re setup, post an announcement with a screenshot of your new website and a link encouraging people who see the post to “click the link and check it out.”
3. More Social Media: Part Two
Depending on your industry and how much content you can come up with on a daily basis, you should consider Twitter — and if you have lots of pictures or video — Youtube, Pinterest and Instagram.
4. Claim New Business Listings
Take a few minutes to fill out the required information on these free listings: Manta, Yellowpages and Yelp.
Add a new testimonial to your site every month or two. Your current customers are your best link to a new customer
6. Local Newspaper
Submit a press release announcing you have a new website.
Post some news, a useful tip or an interesting picture about something related to your industry. Once a week is a good goal, but even if it’s only once a month it will help your website grow.
8. Continually Refine SEO
Knowing just a few things about SEO will really pay off.
Ask other reputable website owners to post a link from there website to yours.
10. Add Website to Your Email Signature
Be sure your website URL is in your email signature