WEBINAR: Google Local, The New Yellow Pages - Better Results for No Money
Saturday, July 28, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
For many years local businesses depended on the Yellow Pages to generate leads. Yellow Page directories used to be full of listings, with large display ads for popular categories such as furniture, pest control, air conditioning, plumbing, etc.
Now with the internet most people are turning to online searches to find almost everything, and up until recently the internet didn’t provide good search results for local businesses. Now there is Google Local.
Google Local is a major shift in the way Google helps people find local businesses. Google Local allows businesses to be found on the first page of a search for local products and services. Google also allows businesses to enhance their Local page with additional features, such as photos, video and coupons.
Google Local makes the search for your business easy, relevant and useful, practically eliminating the need for the Yellow Pages. The best part is that there is no cost to local businesses for this service.
These benefits make Google Local the biggest opportunity for locally-based businesses to get online, get found, and get more new and repeat patronage. It’s relatively simple to set up, easy to update and manage, and very likely to bring in customers.
In this webinar, Ed Andriessen (LinkedIn profile), CEO of a small business internet marketing consultancy called Business Training Resource, answers important questions about where to start and what to do with Google Local.
Ed will cover:
If you’re a small business owner looking to get in front of more potential buyers, take a moment to register and attend this valuable session.
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