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Phoenix Aromas
Phoenix Aromas
16:23 12 May 22
Knowledgable team who created a custom theme for our WordPress website and built a custom product database for us to manage technical products. Easy to work with and efficient in their workflow. Would recommend.read more
Gary Hughes
Gary Hughes
15:21 21 Dec 21
Our company have used W.E.B.S Ltd for many years and found the quality of the work to be very good, we have recently had them develop an app for our engineering department and they have walked us through the app very professinally and been extremely responsive when we have required changes.read more
Star Eastern
Star Eastern
10:44 28 Mar 20
I have worked with Justin for long period.To work with him is very easy and he always provide you the GREAT services.Recommend him A+++++++++++++read more
Elliott Callahan
Elliott Callahan
15:02 27 Sep 19
Excellent service from a very knowledgeable provider. WEBS has helped me immensely with my business website, social media presence as well as a whole host of other areas. Could not recommend anyone else for your business. Always there to answer any issues you may have and is super helpful in advising you on the best methods to boost your business’ online appearance. 5 Stars!read more
Pete Brown
Pete Brown
09:17 14 Jun 19
I have had my current website for a number of years thinking it was okay but when Justin designed me a new one I couldn’t believe the difference.It is very unique and i have had lots of feedback from friends and customers as to the positive change.He is patient, adaptive to change and very skilled in his profession.I believe my business will benefit solely from this change in Website.I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend.read more
Bill McElhinney
Bill McElhinney
15:13 20 Feb 19
Excellent service from WEBS. They built two websites for me in WordPress and ran a successful SEO campaign over a 12 month period. Justin is very tech savvy and manages all my domains, web hosting and DNS, plus I recently moved onto the G-Suite platform for business email. Overall, I would recommend this company as being efficient, reasonably priced and highly competent.read more
Hazel Bate
Hazel Bate
13:14 21 Dec 18
The website Justin wrote for me looks really impressive and I’m getting great positive feedback from others looking at it. I’m sure it will help my business with moving forward. Justin was very quick at doing any work requested, even when he had other commitments, with patient professionalism and efficiency. I thought his development costs were very fair too. His support of my old website was always reliable and good advice given. Thank you Justinread more
Roger Ellis
Roger Ellis
11:40 27 Sep 18
I have worked with Justin and WEBS Limited for more years than I care to remember. He designs all of my websites and is my top “guru” when any internet related issues arrive. I have found him thoroughly professional, incredibly knowledgeable, easy to work with – and his rates are very competitive. 100% recommended. The best in the game in my view.read more
Louise Lee
Louise Lee
10:25 21 Sep 18
In May 2016 I was not a client of WEBS but that didn’t prevent Justin from leaping into action with no notice at all. My website had been hacked and in no time at all Justin had created a temporary solution and gave sound, sensible advice as to how to deal with the hack. For me it was an anxiety ridden morning, for Justin, it’s just what he does, with ease, grace and expertise.Roll forward a few years and Justin is still expertly doing his stuff and whenever I make ridiculous requests, he suggests the correct solution. Justin is always working to make my site better, to encourage more visitors and he suggests practical ways to achieve this. He spent a lot of time helping and researching my SEO and suggesting blogs I could write. Justin gives me frequent updates on the website’s performance and is always at the end of a phone if I want to discuss anything. For all things webby, Justin is my trusted advisor and I always recommend him where possible.If ever you’ve worked with a web designer or SEO expert and you feel either bamboozled or as if it’s all smoke and mirrors, go to Justin because he expertly guides you through every part of the process and gives practical support and advice.read more
Lee Paul Heron
Lee Paul Heron
20:12 07 Sep 18
I’ve been a customer of W.E.B.S Ltd for over ten years now, and I have no intention of moving elsewhere. They have hosted multiple business websites, personal websites and email services for me over the years, with almost no issues, and better than 99.9% uptime. Excellent quality, fast, reliable servers, and quick expert support on hand whenever needed. I would have no hesitation in recommending Justin and the team. Thank you all, and best wishes for another ten years.read more
Darrin Bonfield
Darrin Bonfield
09:10 07 Sep 18
Justin at WEBS I have personally known for several years of which I then gave the task to build and design my Martial Arts website. This has turned out to be a viable asset to my business and has been built and maintained to a very high and professional standard.I can’t recommend Justin highly enough as his knowledge for web design, technical support and fault diagnosis is 2nd to none. If your looking at investment for your business with total confidence give Justin a call you won’t regret it!!DarrinNTKD Schools.read more
Patrick Marston
Patrick Marston
07:35 07 Sep 18
I’ve always found W.E.B.S Ltd to be highly skilled website designers, developers and marketing specialists that are incredibly helpful with any technical issues I’ve had, replying speedily with a solution. W.E.B.S Ltd also communicate relatively complex tasks into easy-to-understand terms that allows you to maintain your own website too, which is very useful. I can’t recommend these guys enough.read more
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Maintaining Twitter for Business

Managing Social Media is something many businesses will struggle to do, especially when it comes to a small company with only a few staff. The aim of this article is to let you know what you should be doing on a regular basis and what tools you will find beneficial to help you integrate this into your daily routines.

Each day, try to:

  1. Review people who have followed you (and follow back)
  2. Find new people to follow (specific to your business sector /industry )
  3. Look up competitors profiles and identify potentials in their follower’s list
  4. Search Twitter for topics that relate to your business and engage with users

On a regular basis, try and monitor your Twitter profile to see who has followed you. If relevant, follow them back. Some people will tell you to follow everyone back, but I don’t think this is the best way. Yes, if you simply seek the kudos of a large number of followers, blindly follow everyone who follows you, BUT the idea is to build up a ‘relevant’ network of followers.

Who should I follow?

There is no point following everyone and anyone.

There are some great people to follow and some which are totally pointless. I constantly come across people on Twitter with 60,000 followers plus and initially, it looks impressive BUT then I notice they are following 70,000. This just looks like someone who is blindly following anyone and everyone and it tends to make the profile tend to look false and pointless. Yes, there are many people who follow this user but are they interested in the business or just the number of followers.

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Justin’s Tip:

Feel free to go out there and find people to follow, but only choose to follow those you are interested in.

Keep an eye on the number you follow and try to ensure, those who follow you is higher than the number of people you follow.

In general, it looks better if you find a profile where they have more followers than people they follow.

Segment the people you follow into Twitter Lists. This is a standard feature in Twitter and allows you to separate the people you follow into lists e.g people I might wish to work with, industry leaders, something different, customers etc. Name the lists however you wish, but keep the people you follow in an ordered list, so you can digest the information much easier.

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Market to your own Customer Base

Customers always forget to do this and it’s the most basic form of building your audience. Look through the list of tips below and make sure you get some (if not all) of them put in place

  • Get a FollowMe link added to your email signature (click here to get a button)
  • Make sure each and every member of staff in your company adds the button to their e-mail signature (and test it)
  • Make use of your e-mail signature for all forms of communication e.g email me, phone me, followme @twittername
  • Make sure your business cards all have the FollowMe @twittername (obviously use your own twitter name please!)
  • Add your Twitter name to all outgoing stationary e.g Invoices, Statements, Brochures etc
  • Integrate Twitter feed within your main website
  • Enable Share links on all service and product pages on your website
  • Automatically push blog posts to social networks via API

Some of these will require a bit of technical know how. If you get stuck and need help, get in touch as we can certainly offer assistance with the technical implementation on your website.

General Etiquette

Generally, those who follow you will expect a follow back. If you choose not to follow them back intentionally, this is OK but don’t ignore followers because you are too busy to use Twitter daily! That’s not good.

Following back genuine business who you might be able to communicate with is the whole objective, so keep an eye on it and follow back those who you like the look of.

In the early stages of setting up Twitter, it can feel like a numbers game e.g get as many followers as possible as it will look good.

True, your numbers might look good quickly but what’s the point in having thousands of followers who are never likely to do business with you.

It’s a balance.

Up to 500 users, fine play the game and start to build your followers but after that, start being choosy in both who you follow and who you follow back.

The objective is to build a community of potential prospects

Self Promotional No No’s

Let’s get one thing straight right from the beginning. Whatever you do, don’t get on Twitter and start relentlessly self-promoting. Yes, this is a big part of why you are looking at using Twitter for Business but there are ways to do it and relentless end to end self-promoting posts, will never take off. Instead, try to offer something to the Twitter community and provide information that is helpful, insightful, useful and even humorous.

This is your brand exposed to the social masses so what does it say about you. Be personable, approachable and appear to offer something different to that of your competition.

Review your Competition

Take a moment to monitor what your competition is up to on Twitter to gain some ideas. Take a look at what’s working and what’s not. As above, take a peek at their followers and try and grab some prospects from there also.

Retweets

You have probably heard the term but what is a ReTweet?

This occurs when one of your followers likes what you have posted and RT (Retweets) it to their own followers. Don’t be shy about using this, as it’s fundamental to Twitter and how it works. If you like what someone says, you can Re-Tweet it BUT, don’t just roll through the list of tweets and randomly ReTweet. Make sure you have read the tweet and clicked any links which appear in the Tweet, to make sure you are happy to expose their Tweet to your audience. For example, if you ReTweet a post from a user who sells something similar to you and their Tweet links to their website and services like yours, this is clearly a bad idea and conflict of interest.

Make sure you have read the tweet and clicked any links which appear in the Tweet, to make sure you are happy to expose their Tweet to your audience. For example, if you ReTweet a post from a user who sells something similar to you and their Tweet links to their website and services like yours, this is clearly a bad idea and conflict of interest.

Tweeting

Tweeting is when you post something on Twitter. You write a small amount of text (140 characters) which can include #HashTags and URL’s along with a picture. This is where you post something to your profile and those who follow you will see it within their timeline. Whether they respond to it, click on it or re-tweet it will depend on whether they like what you have written. How you write tweets is up to you, but

How you write tweets is up to you, but personally, I have adopted a policy of writing custom tweets which aim to educate others and help them learn things they might not know. I want to be recognized for my ability to help and educate others, which in turn may get me noticed by a business who likes what I say and may need my help. I aim to write information which helps business owners in general and those in similar fields to me, may retweet my information as it also helps their clients.

Stuck for Ideas?

Yes, you definitely will be.

Most users start with Re-Tweeting but unless you come up with something unique, you won’t really stand out from the crowd, will you?

Do some research online and find out some facts which are relevant to your business, yet offer something informative to your followers.

Tools like DrumUp and Feedly help you discover fresh, trending content that you can share with your audience. DrumUp also lets you schedule posts, ensuring that your social accounts stay active even while you’re offline. Don’t rely on these permanently but they will certainly help you to get some content that will get you on the right track.

Posting Images

Let’s face it, text is necessary but a picture speaks a thousand words (so they say). A video is even better for obvious reasons. Try and post thoughtful images which get you noticed. This can be about your products, services or customers and is likely to get noticed more than just text.

Casual Self Promotion

I stated earlier and I re-iterate, it won’t do you any good to self-promote relentlessly without seeming to offer something to the masses. However, slipping the odd carefully crafted tweet into the mix with a link that puts users onto your website into a relevant area, is no bad thing. Once you are established, ask for help from followers and get them to Re-Tweet your posts for a favor or maybe a prize. Consider running a promotion which rewards users for retweeting your content.

The #HashTag

Don’t use this willy nilly or at least until you understand them. It’s simply a term which groups similar posts together via a hashtag. If you were to post 100 tweets with the hashtag #FREE they would

It’s simply a term which groups similar posts together via a hashtag. If you were to post 100 tweets with the hashtag #FREE they would become part of the hashtag FREE and your posts, along with anyone else who uses that hashtag, will appear together.

When you search for a hashtag on Twitter, there are three ways to filter the results. The “Top” option displays the most relevant and popular posts, including those from users you don’t follow. “All” shows you every tweet that uses the specific hashtag in real time, and “People you follow” will only display results from users you are following.

When you search for a hashtag on Twitter, there are three ways to filter the results. The “Top” option displays the most relevant and popular posts, including those from users you don’t follow. “All” shows you every tweet that uses the specific hashtag in real time, and “People you follow” will only display results from users you are following.

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