Top 10 Mobile Apps for Online Marketing

On July 27th, 2012, wrote:

The most prolific marketing campaigns today happen on the Internet. After all, why pass up an opportunity to reach out to thousands of people inexpensively and quickly? If you don’t yet have the resources to hire Internet marketing professionals or SEO rockstars, don’t worry: just use your smartphone as your essential marketing tool. Check out these mobile apps that will help you in enhance your presence on the Web and drive your business: Raven Tools It’s a free (but there is a subscription charge) and all-inclusive toolkit, with an on-the-go dashboard for all of the website campaigns you’re managing. Raven Tools also covers SEO indicators often ignored by other similar apps: social mentions, connection between marketing expenditure and incomes. Yelp (for Mobile) Users can interact with business owners in this app, so you should use this to listen to what your customers are saying. Keep checking in to spots where you go often and write good reviews. The ripple effect – Read the full article

How Google Places (Google+ Local) Can Help Your Business

On July 16th, 2012, wrote:

Managing and marketing your own business? We understand that there are a lot of things to consider in order to get noticed and drive your growth: things like advertising, keeping in touch with customers, and reaching the target market effectively. Fortunately, through Google Places (now Google+ Local), you can now connect with your customers and help your business stand out. Overview of Google Places / Google+ Local Google Places is an online directory of local businesses (listings) that is integrated with Google Search. Businesses can register for free, create a business page, and post important information on this page. Latest offers, promos, specialties, images, and videos can also be added to your Google Places / Google+ Local page. With Google Places / Google+ Local, your customers are allowed to write reviews of your business, product, or service. You may find this favorable initially, but be aware that this feature cannot be turned off, even for negative reviews. That’s why it’s – Read the full article

Simple Tips for Brands Using Google+

On June 28th, 2012, wrote:

Using Google+ to get the word out about your brand or business got a whole lot easier with the introduction of Brand Pages. Operating in a similar manner to profiles used by the members who rely upon Google+, Google Brand Pages (or Google+ Local business pages) are a great way for businesses and their customers to interact with one another. Of course, it is essential understand how best to connect with one another, as this will allow brands to grow their influence and pull in new customers. Use the following tips to make certain you stay atop the brand heap on Google+. Research Your Audience Every brand has an audience. It is vital for Internet marketers to determine who that audience is, because failure to do so could mean that all marketing and advertising attempts are not successful. To prevent this from occurring, it is essential that marketers target the groups who are most likely to be interested in the – Read the full article

Google Places: Tips and Tricks that are Guaranteed to Put You on the Map

On December 11th, 2010, wrote:

Did you know that 20 percent of all searches on the Internet are for specific locations or businesses? Search giant Google did, and that’s why they changed Google Local to Google Places and began to display – for every search query that may be locally or geographically influenced – the local information for businesses, maps, and directions in the search engine results pages (SERPs). Right now, Google displays seven Places results for every search, as well as a map on the right side of the SERP that shows exactly where these seven places are. Obviously, Google Places pages help customers search these maps for local information while finding businesses within their area that are relevant to their search. Meanwhile, for small businesses, mom-and-pops, stores, offices, and other organizations with a physical address, Google Places is a unique local search tool that can drive and direct those who are searching to those who have something to offer or sell. Leverage this – Read the full article

How to add my business in Google local search…

On January 17th, 2008, wrote:

It is super easy and think about the last time you used a phone book? Well maybe you still like to use a phone book but personally I haven’t used one in at least 4 years. I like to search on Google, only about 10 times faster and usually more accurate. But you will find most of the content has been uploaded by the business themselves. Visit google local. You can add pictures, logo, hours of store etc. So next time someone is searching for your phone number on Google, you will come up first. It can also be beneficial to add your self in different “categories.” Then when your potential customer searches for your industry, for example – contractor in your zip code, you come up. Just another free service that you can use for your business. Add your today.