Internet Marketing Tips from a Local Business.

Posted on 22. Nov, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Internet Yellow Pages, Maps, Optimization, Retail, Social Networking

Tweet Recommended reading from the HuoMah SEO Blog –  The post’s author actually owns several local stores in Hawaii, including Wave Shoppe. The post is well written and dead-on. Some great advice and perspective from a real local business owner.    Local marketing from a business owner’s perspective This post was written because, I felt you could use a break from all of […]

38% of Internet Users Searching for Hospital Information.

Posted on 11. Oct, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Health & Medicine, Social Networking

Tweet   Some 38% of internet users, or 28% of adults, go online in search of information about hospitals or medical facilities. Of those adults seeking hospital information online, 45% have consulted online rankings or reviews of hospitals or other medical facilities. About one-fifth (20%) of all internet users have looked at online rankings or […]

9 Rules of Facebook Promotion

Posted on 12. Sep, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Internet Marketing & Local SEO, Social Networking

Tweet You’re the owner of a local small business and you are trying to figure out the best steps to get on to Facebook to drive new customers. It can be a daunting task and with little extra time in the day, how can you be expected to spend time promoting your business on Facebook? […]

Chiropractic Marketing Online.

Posted on 29. Aug, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Health & Medicine, Professional Services, Social Networking

Tweet From: Chiropractic Marketing Online By Matthew Loop. Matthew J. Loop is a Chiropractor, Clinical Nutritionist and best-selling Author in Atlanta, GA. Let’s start by asking what’s the most important goal when you initiate your chiropractic marketing online. Everyone should probably answer that the ultimate goal is to get new patients walking through the doors. […]

"Twitter 101" for Businesses.

Posted on 25. Jul, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Mobile, Social Networking

Tweet   From Twitter released “Twitter 101” – a kind of how-to and best practices guide for SMBs and brands. It’s very smart, timely and puts Twitter in context for those who might otherwise not understand it or its uses. Read Twitter 101 Tweet

Online Restaurant Reviews: Make or Break.

Posted on 22. Jul, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Food & Dining, Maps, Social Networking

Tweet From Wpromiter: In a slowed down economy with tightened consumer spending, drawing in customers becomes an even more challenging task for many companies. Low prices and high quality products no longer guarantee customers, and the importance of word of mouth becomes even more valuable to businesses. Today’s post on the Wpromoter looks at the […]

Hospitality, Hotel and Travel: Mastering Internet Marketing.

Posted on 17. Jul, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Optimization, Pay-Per-Click, Recreation & Entertainment, Social Networking, Travel & Transportation, Websites

Tweet From 4Hoteliers, 3/09: In the tough year that 2009 is turning out to be for hoteliers, it is crucial to know where every marketing dollar is being spent. When reevaluating marketing plans – as most of you have had to do this year – hoteliers also need to consider whether or not they should […]

Local Visibility Factors

Posted on 06. Jul, 2009 by in All Local Search Posts, Automotive, Business-to-Business, Classified Sites, Food & Dining, Health & Medicine, Home Services, Internet Yellow Pages, Legal & Financial, Maps, Mobile, Optimization, Pay-Per-Click, Professional Services, Real Estate, Recreation & Entertainment, Retail, Social Networking, Travel & Transportation, Video, Websites

Tweet Back in “the day” a local business could turn on a  local phone number, place an ad in the local  telephone directory,  and start selling. Reaching the local “ready-to-buy” consumer was relatively easy. Today, we live in a different world; many businesses are struggling to remain visible, they find the choices confusing and the requirements time consuming.  To continue reaching […]