Search Engine Optimization: Why a Local Business Must Set Up Shop Online
It's hard to believe, but the internet is actually still in its infancy.
As of writing this post, research shows that less than half of the world has access to the internet. And even those that have had access from the beginning have only had, at MOST, two decades at experiencing the world wide web.
And while the internet is certainly alive and well, the point is that the amount of targeted traffic available online is online going to grow--the question is, is your local business in a position where you will be able to leverage and take advantage the internet presents?
In this short video, I discuss the perspective of treating your website like a physical storefront location for your business. As I've mentioned in another post, the functions of the modern day website can almost completely replace a storefront location if absolutely necessary--but a website is best used as a supplemental selling and client acquisition device that works for your business 24/7.
What did the "prime real estate" of the past offer a local business?
Certainly a place to exchange goods and services with clients, as well as a place to promote your brand and acquire customers off the street.
In these same ways, your website can become an asset to your business.
Are you doing all that you can to leverage the power of the internet to increase sales for your company?
I'd love to do a free analysis of how your company is doing online, and outline a strategy for how I would help you increase your sales.
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