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You want to get ahead in the digital marketing game. Welcome to the club!
Your competitors share the same goal, as do millions of businesses across all kinds of industries.
Let’s be honest. You work hard to get your name out there.
Email campaigns, ads, social media posts, print ads, testimonials, blog posts, and word-of-mouth recommendations are just some of the tactics you do to find new clients and make sales.
Two social media and technological giants, Facebook and Google, have each made name changes in the past month.
For Facebook, the change is a significant one. For Google, only one aspect of their company was renamed. For both, the logic behind the name changes is the same.
If you manage a website, then you know one of the most useful functions is direct contact with customers.
The easiest way to collect responses from readers is through a well-thought-out and well-developed contact page.
While it’s easy to say you want the best contact page around, developing one can be surprisingly difficult.
If you run a business, you want to attract more clients. This is true regardless of whether your business is thriving or whether you need every scrap of business you can get.
One of the best ways to get a new business is through recommendations from satisfied customers. Traditionally, this ...
A lot of people are looking for small businesses like yours!
Give them real-time updates on your business hours & description so they know exactly how to support you. This video from Google teaches you how to do that in under 2 minutes.
On average, your Google Business Profile is displayed in more than 1,000+ searches per month according to a BrightLocal study.
This means it’s likely your Google Business Profile is the first --and potentially only --impression customers will have of your organization. Time to make that first impr...
Why is my competitor showing up at the top of Google Maps? How can I get there too?
In order to provide the best results for site visitors, Google has developed a Google Maps algorithm to provide the most credible website and closest results for the user. No one can guarantee first page placements ...