When you open up a store in a new shopping center, the only people aware of it will be you and your close relatives. The only way your prospects will find out about it is through some type of marketing efforts. The same thing applies for the internet, just having a website does not mean anyone will find it. How much business are you losing because your website is not being found by your best prospects?
Does your website appear at the top of Google, Yahoo, Bing or other search engines when people search for your products or services?
My name is Tauffyt Aguilar, I'm the founder of Dynamic Marketing Inc. Over the past ten years, we have been achieving EXCELLENT search engine rankings for our clients' websites.
Now more than ever, people are turning to the Internet for the things they want to buy locally. In fact, 31% of consumers turn to a search engine first when they’re on the hunt for local products and services. And 43% of Internet searches today include a local identifier, indicating that people would rather type a few keywords into a search engine than go shuffling through the phone book.
While local search in on the rise national search hasn’t died down either. Nationwide searches or less specific searches are still being searched and should not be over looked. With the onset of the internet and the ability to easily purchase online being a nationwide retailer or service provider is possible. Targeting a nation wide audience can be very beneficial and drive significant conversions and website traffic.
Using social media sites isn't as easy or cheap as many people think. Sure, most let you set up an account for free. And you can integrate other services, such as your blog or YouTube videos, at no charge. But there's a significant cost: your time. Because there's nothing worse than a site that's not current. And to keep it current, someone's going to need to invest time. This includes responding to visitors' questions, posting brilliant thoughts, adding graphics, and monitoring activity—basically trying to generate buzz.