Social Networking & Sharing

Social Networking integration with new manufacturing website designs.

As customers spend increasing amounts of time on social media networks, companies are rushing to follow them. A common expectation now exists that an online marketing strategy is a must for any business seeking to get a bigger slice of the target market pie.

Companies in the manufacturing industry need to jump on and follow suit if they haven’t already.

But why should you?

Working in the B2B space provides a unique market, as you can get direct customer feedback in real time, builder stronger relationships, increase awareness, and importantly build both your and the company's profile.

While people make their purchasing decisions based on different criteria – recommendations and peer reviews are gaining popularity as methods of persuasion. Consumers are flocking online to share their (good or bad) experiences with brands.

In an industry where providing quality products and service is key, it makes sense to create the best customer experience possible. Social media provides a new and improved channel for manufacturing businesses to target their customers. 

It offers you online visibility and the ability to market your business online, which increases your reach and exposure to potential customers. Learn more about social media and manufacturing

We can include your Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn accounts on your homepage and other pages of your website at no extra charge.

Add-on detail - $749.00/yr

We will create your Facebook and twitter accounts and maintain your growth of followers. By using content from your website and company news letters that you create we will keep your social media on top.


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