Click & Collect and Social Media

[wptab name=’Click and collect’]Your own website will enable you to reach your target audience and bring customers to your business either electronically with a full-blown e-commerce site or by literally attracting them to your premises.

If e-commerce sounds rather daunting and perhaps a step too far then look at Asda’s experience. A recent poll via their Facebook account revealed that, rather than shopping online its customers were more inclined to construct a shopping list based on the best deals available and then visit a brick and mortar store to make their purchases. John Lewis, Waitrose and Sainsburys are all developing ‘click and collect’ services (source .Net magazine, November 2011 issue, ‘Going online to shop offline’ by Fadi Shuman pp 132).

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[wptab name=’Social media’]

Twitter logoWebsites today can be combined with social media such as Twitter and Facebook so that publishing a website article automatically creates a tweet that alerts your followers. A brief extract of an article can be published on your Facebook timeline with a link back to the website to read the complete article. LinkedIn, Digg, Reddit, Google+ can all have links to your website.

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[wptab name=’Facebook on your website’]

If you’ve put a good deal of effort into your Facebook pages and don’t want to abandon them when you move on to a website you can incorporate your timeline into a page or post on your website that is fully-featured, clickable and indexable. Ask for details.

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5 months ago


Just spent a week in hospital where every doctor or nurse asked me when my birthday is. I'm going to get a helluva load of prezzies next birthday! #NHS rocks! ...

8 months ago



That's when Google's Chrome browser was updated to show "Not secure" in the url field if your site didn't have an SSL certificate or use https instead of http. In today's climate of hacking and cyber attacks what do you think that a visitor to your site will do when seeing that warning. Continue to view your site or quickly go elsewhere?

It's not difficult or expensive to buy an SSL certificate or switch to https.

If you run an e-commerce site it was always an absolute must.

It will also benefit your Google ranking!