6 Ways to Add Social Media to Your Web Design

Web designers, social media experts and marketers discuss the impact of social media on Web design and offer tips on how you can integrate the two to reach more customers and prospects.

Source: www.cio.com

Your website may not be effective in delivering your message to patients and prospects UNLESS it is integrated with social media.

This article offers some great advice on how to help your website resonate in social media. It appears in CIO magazine, so it’s directed at a corporate audience, but the advice is still true for the professional practice or small business.

Examples include:

  • Ensuring you have easily noticeable links to Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.
  • If you can log in to your site, allow log-ins through Facebook or Twitter.
  • Announcing new blog or page additions to your website on social media sites.

Author: Clifford Yurman

Clifford Yurman is the principal behind ConsumerReviewService.com. Cliff is a creative and business professional skilled across a broad spectrum of communications disciplines including marketing, web design, producing and directing, podcasting, Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing and Strategy. He is president of Media Consulting Services. Through MCS, Cliff has provided SEO services to professional practices and small businesses, and written and produced major video and interactive projects for such clients as Pfizer, BASF-Pharma, Bristol-Myers Squibb, AIG, KPMG, American Express, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, and other global enterprises. Cliff completed an MBA in Finance and Marketing at Columbia Business School in New York where he received the Distinguished Service Award upon graduation. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. In his last staff position before starting his own agency, Cliff served as Director, Corporate Development for News America Publishing, Inc. (Rupert Murdoch’s holding company). Reporting to the Vice Chairman, he managed communications and business functions including mergers and acquisitions analysis, industry analysis, and corporate communications. At CBS Corporation, Cliff was Financial Manager for the CBS Television Stations Division and CBS Records Division (now Sony Music); Editor, Standards and Practices for the CBS Television Network; and Writer/Story Editor for WCBS-TV/New York. Cliff began his career in advertising, first as Senior Media Planner at Lintas Advertising for such clients as Citigroup, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Tropicana and Mennen. He later moved to Bates Advertising, serving as Account Executive on the Panasonic Consumer Electronics business. Cliff is a member of the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce and the Better Business Bureau

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