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
If you add new services or if other topics are becoming more popular in your industry, be sure to add those keywords into your page titles, headlines and copy.
Ask other reputable website owners to post a link from their website to yours.
10. Add Website to Your Email Signature
Be sure your website URL is in your email signature