Posts belonging to Category 'advertising'

More Get Found Locally Tips with GooglePlaces, Yelp and Angie’s List

The Internet runs on the World Wide Web, but for most online shoppers,  the Internet is their local marketplace. This is especially true for searchers looking for services. They don’t want a car insurance agent in France or a plumber in Cleveland, unless of course they want to drive in France and have a clogged sink in […]

Google Places is a Good Place to Be for Small Businesses on the Internet

When marketing your small business it is wise to consider your Website URL as the primary marketing tool. Hopefully your URL was selected to reflect what key words customers use when searching online for your product or service. Todd Tennant has an informative Website all about local search for small business that provides great practical […]

Given the Rise in Internet Marketing, Where Does Print Fit?

The Internet is now the first stop for consumers researching information about your product or service. So do you still need to print sales sheets, catalogs and brochures? Before you completely abandon traditional print for online publications, consider who you customer is and what age, and other demographics, influence the way they shop. Seniors still […]

Organizations big and small compete on a level playing field on the Internet.

As an Internet Marketing Consultant working with businesses and nonprofits for several years, I am very enthused about the current Inbound Marketing opportunities that the Internet has created. Organizations big and small compete on a level playing field on the Internet. Small, nimble organizations can develop and post content to the Internet in a timely manner, […]

Blogging is Vital to Internet and Inbound Marketing for Small Businesses

Blogging is an important and integral tool in your Internet Marketing toolbox.