Coming Soon…….Cyber Monday


Are you ready?  BTInet is ready.

During the holidays the one thing every business forgets to account for is the influx of traffic, and then costly bandwidth overage charges.  Planning ahead is the key to a profitable Cyber Monday. 


Here are a few things that you can get started on:

1.  Get your website in tip-top shape – is everything accurate and up-to-date.  Fix any broken links or images.  Can your current server handle the overload?  Shoppers are using their phones to shop so please consider your mobile strategy carefully.

2.  Install better SSL security – 99% of shoppers use either credit cards or debit cards to purchase their transaction.  Give them the confidence that your site is ready for them.  Check out our SSL options today!

3.  Line up your marketing – SEO is very important.  Update any keywords for better search engine optimization and estimate a budget for paid search.  Make sure your site is secure for customers and make sure they know that by adding the sealed imagine of the security you have.

4.  Build buzz with social media – Don’t forget to use holiday promotions into your social media sites.  Customers are likely to share your promotion and discount offers to their family and friends.  It is a great and easy way to bring traffic to your site! 

Not exactly sure what you need for your company?  Not to worry, give our sales department a call and we can customize a solution just for you!



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