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In 2021, it seems like everyone is implementing digital marketing in their advertising strategy – and for good reason too. With over 5.6 billion searches being made on Google each day, it’s smart to have a digital marketing strategy to support the online presence of your business. Despite all the success businesses find through digital […]
Summer is well-known to be the slow time for business. Consumers are spending their money on vacations or saving up for the new fiscal year. Whatever consumer trends are happening during the summer months, one thing is for sure. The summer consumer slump is going to impact business profits if the marketing department is not […]
The majority of us go to work in order to make a living. While some genuinely love what they do, others might feel burdened every time Monday rolls around. In a good workplace environment, this should be the case. The time we spend in our professional roles should be fulfilling, rather than leaving us depleted. […]
This is the first article in a series, “Building a Million Dollar Business,” where we conduct exclusive interviews with industry leaders to learn more about how they’ve transformed their cleaning and restoration companies into successful, million dollar businesses. This article features Ron Jones, owner of R1 Greater Charlotte and R1 of Winston Salem. From IT […]
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Blog posts help boost SEO by positioning your website as a relevant source of information that answers your customers’ inquiries. When done correctly, blog posts will also signal to search engines that your website is providing relevant content. Search engines are all about relevancy and will reward webites with relevant content with higher positioning in the search results.
Although there are several distinct differences between a Google Local Service Ad and a Google Ad, the biggest differentiator is that Google Ads uses a pay-per-click model while Google Local Ads uses a pay-per-lead model.
When you get a review, whether it is positive or negative, always respond. The last thing you want to do is ignore it or respond too late. Remember, your responses to reviews have just as much of an impact as the reviews themselves.