Great Social Media Design Fits Different Social Media
Your customers are meeting each other, sharing ideas, and talking about your brand.
Don't you want to be in the conversation?
With social media design from Epidemyk Information Technology you can take the look and feel of your website to every big “social” part of the web.
Twitter Background Design
Some companies' tweets get more views than their websites. And more and more people are looking to Twitter to find companies.
If your Twitter background doesn't match your website branding, people can lose the connection when they go from one to the other.
Tips we use in every Twitter background design:
- Duplicate color scheme with main website
- Flashy, catchy background image
- Occasional information sectiozn on left side of background
It's also a good idea to have a Twitter page on your website to direct visitors to your Twitter profile. You have more control that way.
So for example, instead of sending people to twitter.com/yourcompany, make a page on your site that's named yourcompany.com/twitter.
You can put other relevant information about your company on that page, much more so than a Twitter profile.
Facebook Profile Design
Facebook is basically a closed mini-internet. Facebook users like to get in touch with companies through Facebook.
So what's the best way to reach Facebook's 250 million unique users? Translate the information on your website into Facebook form. This means:
- Create a Facebook profile for your business
- Build your existing network onto Facebook
- Provide timely, relevant content
Your Facebook profile should be updated very frequently. Every time you have an event, hire an employee, win an award, or land a big contract you should put that on Facebook.
We can help you connect with Facebook users.
Company Blog Design
A company blog allows your team to show off their expertise and personalizes your company.
A blog design from Epidemyk Information Technology looks different from your main site. Blogs primarily speak to other people working in your industry and your best prospects, so showing off a little bit is OK.
Blog design involves designing a layout that you like, then building that layout into your blogging platform. It's pretty meticulous work and takes a professional to do it right.