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Starting an online business is great! Most of us, or at least people like me, want to get the ball rolling as quickly as possible. You’ve set up your domain, you got your content up and going, you’ve made the steps to monetize the website, now what?
You don’t want to have many different platforms that have seemingly have nothing to do with one another. Instead, you want your customers to easily access you, your content, and the products and services you offer.
That’s the point of this post today, learning to link to different websites. It’s more of a tutorial because if you are anything like me, you like to see it better.
So what does it mean to link different sites with your domain name?
Basically a link is an easy tool that consumers can use to easily transition from one site or product to another. Learning to link information or services on your website to other major platforms such as Etsy and Facebook can be a huge improvement toward your traffic generation and weekly viewers.
How To Point to an Etsy Shop:
If you have an etsy shop, you definitely want an easy link available from your domain to the shop itself. This is convenient for potential customers by saving them the trouble of having to open up another browser and search for you. By having easy access going straight to the shop, people are more likely to continue to look at what your product is, instead of becoming frustrated and not checking out your shop at all.
How To Point to Facebook:
The domain for your business is typically more formal and less interactive. Facebook, being a social media avenue, gives your viewers the opportunity to interact with you on a more personal level. That ability to feel like they interact with you, like they truly know you, is how you turn viewers into loyal customers. Why wouldn’t you want to link them right?