You shouldn't predict a massive jump in traffic the day after your new website is unveiled or updated. To promote it, you'll have to get your shit done and hustle.
There are more chances than ever before in the Online world to educate your audience about your latest or updated platform, as well as any new products or services the business provides. Traditional communications may, of course, still be successful, but they aren't quite as clear.
1. Print Advertising & Hand Delivery – Business cards, stickers, brochures and banners are all forms of written advertisements and hand distribution.
2. Blog – At least once a week, publish original material (hopefully more).
3. Social Networking – Join any forum, tweet, expand your following, and use social media to support your website.
4. Media (or Press) – Arrange interviews with local media on a regular basis.
5. Analytics – Use analysis to measure the effectiveness of the marketing efforts.
Orthodox methods cannot be overlooked. Take to the streets, practically, and be proud of your concept. Mention your website makeover to friends (and strangers) in conversation, particularly if your website includes details, they might find useful. Designing, copying, and distributing notices on message boards is almost a must for significant revamps that involve pushing the business in a different path.
You have a plethora of options for promoting the brand-new website. Get imaginative, have a nice time, and keep doing different ideas and keeping track of numbers. This can keep the marketing juices going, this is the kind of flow that leads to more business and revenues.