Local Merchants

  • 6 Click-to-Text Tools for Local Businesses

    … 6 Click-to-Text Tools for Local Businesses September 14, 2016 by Stephanie Miles Leave a Comment Filed Under: Features For years, click-to-call buttons have been touted as the key to turning mobile searchers into paying customers. But as millennials grow to become one of the most potent demographics for businesses — spending a collective $600…

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  • 6 Local Directories Every VSB Should Be On

    … owners who want to create an internet presence, local directories have become a stop-gap solution. Small businesses can usually get listed in top directories without having their own websites and without paying a dime. Having a claimed listing on a directory site ensures that potential customers will find accurate business information when they search…

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  • 5 Hyperlocal Q&A Services That Connect Merchants to Customers

    … targeting one step further and giving merchants an organic way to connect with consumers who are primed and ready to convert. Location-based Q&A apps give local merchants a way to join ongoing conversations and reach out with individual support to people nearby who are searching for their products or services. These platforms aren’t strictly…

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  • Case Study: Using Digital Coupons to Generate Calls

    Merchant: Don Fuller’s Appliance Repair Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Platforms: Angie’s List, DataSphere, Facebook Bottom Line: Small businesses are looking at factors like sincerity and authenticity when they decide which hyperlocal marketing firms to work with. In today’s competitive landscape, digital marketing firms are honing their sales pitches and investing in ...

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  • Case Study: Law Firm Uses Social Channels to Amplify Messaging to Prospects

    Merchant: Pryor Cashman LLP Location: New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA Platforms: Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook Bottom Line: Law firms are using social marketing channels to build brand awareness and reach out to influencers. Law firms are social organizations by nature, but they’re often run by legal professionals who are hesitant to try new digital marketing channels.

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