Local Search Optimization

Is Your Business Facing a Local Search Crisis?

I want to conduct a simple and quick experiment to help you help your business get more leads from your website.   Utilizing your smartphone or desktop PC, go in Google and perform a search for your services in the city or locality that your business is located.   For example, if you are a plumber in Brookfield then type in “Plumber in Brookfield”.

Looking at the search results page you will see 7 businesses listed in sequential order: “A” through “G”.  So here’s the million dollar question…  Is your business located in the top 7 local search results?  If the answer is no then you are loosing customers!

What you need to do is make a small investment that is going to pay for itself before you know it.  Don’t throw hundreds and thousands of dollars away with Yellowbook, YP.com, or AT&T Business services.  All you need to do is “boost” your local listing citations and claim that top 7 ranking in Google Local Search results.

Give us a call for a free consultation 262-993-1562.  With our 100% money back guarantee you have absolutely nothing to loose!

Is your Business Getting Full Online Exposure?

Probably one of the most critical elements to running a successful business in 2012 is getting new customers.  Aside from referrals, the best way to get new customers is by exposing your business and brand to as many people in your local community as possible.  Although this sounds like an easy task to achieve, it really is not.  It takes a lot of planning, design and printing, and of course leg work.  Or does it?

Often times as business owners we are sold on the statistics offered by consultants and marketing agencies as to what the best advertising method is.  From a practical standpoint I often wonder if their information is a secret, or whether it’s just a matter of common sense.  For me I would rather achieve something by doing the work myself rather than paying for it, especially when it comes to marketing. Marketing can be very expensive and some times when it’s all said and done, I realize I could have done just as good, if not better.  Only in… Continue reading