Do Your ideal clients know your business exists?

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When they are looking for a solution on Google, Yahoo, Bing and now increasingly popular Facebook and Instagram, does your business pop up those the search results?

Lets quickly analyze how a typical clients journey before buying a local service has changed in the last 10-15 years.

15 years ago, if a client needed a solution, they would turn to a directory like yellow pages or call one of their friends or family member for a recommendation.

Fast forward to 2018, and search engines like Google and Bing have replaced directories;
and Social Networks like Facebook and Instagram have replaced word of mouth.

That means, to grow your business to 8 figures in 2018 and 2019, you need to make sure that you these 2 critical strategies:

# 1: A Highly targeted Local SEO strategy to bring more local clients and customers to your business through Google, Yahoo and Bing.

# 2: Active social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and Instagram to emulate word or mouth and referrals.

Using the 2 strategies you can make sure that your business is visible online and when your ideal clients start to look for solutions and services to buy.

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Do let us know in the comments how Google and Social Media has affected your industry and business.

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    Manage Information. Everyone is busy. Surveys have discovered professionals spend 51 of their time managing information instead of acting on it. Out of the many professionals surveyed, 90 admit to having ignored important information.

 

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