Where should a business owner begin online and offline to be sure that the company message and image are shared with the right audience?
You Want to Get Googled
The company website is the first place most Googlers look for information. If you don’t have a website, just where do you put information?
The 24-hour news cycle, which encourages people, aka Googlers, to stay online and involved with personal communication devices allllll the time, can be intimidating.
Competing with large businesses is impossible. But every business of every size should at least try to be online. Sure the competition is everywhere. So, get in there and get in the game.
If your business is NOT online or is without a website, there’s a massive waste of opportunity. Prospects are online looking for products and services that your business offers.
If you want to be in it, you have to be on it so that you too may be Googled.
1. Build a website:
Have a clear message.
2. Use social media
Can’t do it yourself? Don’t hire anyone without marketing experience. If you pay a firm, then inspect the firm and invest carefully.
Blog and post content regularly.
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The online audience should be inundated with many messages that are posted by your business, about your business.
Still confused? Consult with The Marketing Square. We meet all clients in person. We come to you to find out what kind of story you want to share online.