Published: jeffnala, date: July 30, 2015
It is of great importance that small and medium businesses create and manage social media sites and business listings. These sites are general platforms where people can access information to know more about you. Statistics shows that searches with local intent are more likely to lead to store visits and sales within a day. Small businesses should list their business on the following 15 directory sites and 3 social media platforms:
Published: jeffnala, date: July 27, 2015
An internet web presence is a must have for small and medium businesses. Marketing and advertising should be simple to execute and easy on the wallet. Ideally a business’s web presence should consist of a user friendly website, consistent business directory listings, a newsworthy press release, and if need be assistance from an agency to get the ball rolling.
Enclosed are the essential components of a web presence along with the customary examples:
Published: jeffnala, date: July 23, 2015
Business owners you have great ideas on how to market and advertise your offerings to customers. Some of you suffer from “Marketing Idea of the Week” syndrome. Not only is this not healthy but it can be expensive. Here is my advice on how to recover from marketing idea of the week:
Published: jeffnala, date: July 20, 2015
SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. This amazing organization for small businesses provided the following statistics on web presence and customers:
Where are your customers:
- 97% of people look online for local products and services.
Published: jeffnala, date: July 16, 2015
Edison Guzman shares tips on how small businesses can grow a strong web presence in five easy steps.
- Establish your brand
- Engage with content
- Find customers
- Market and monetize
- Prepare for the next step