Marketing on the Internet is a mystery for most local small business owners. You probably get phone calls and emails every day from companies promising you the moon and the stars. Which do you use? Well, a good place to start is with someone local who understands the business, has experience with local businesses, and has a heart to see you succeed.
We want you to show up everywhere. In the search engines. On social media. In your customers’ in-box. On the maps. I will use a combination of tactics below to increase your visibility and get leads for your company.
I’ll make any necessary updates to the design and function of your site, including security, speed and backup, so it will convert visitors.
I’ll work with you to come up with the right content for your site, to persuade visitors and answers any questions they might have.
I will research and set up the keywords people are using to find a site like yours. This will include META tags as well as on-page titles.
Google My Business
I’ll set up and optimize your Google My Business (GMB) listing so visitors can find your profile on the search engines and maps.
I’ll write a great blog post for you and then distribute it by email marketing. This keeps you front of mind.
Social media is another way to keep in touch with people and find new customers. I’ll work with you to post content regularly.
Photos & Videos
I’ll use the pictures you have and take photos to enhance your website, GMB, and your social media. Video can be a part, too.
This will be on Google as well as social media. It will help us get to people we can’t get to in SEO alone. And it’s trackable.
I’ll give you monthly reports that are short and understandable for you to know what I’m doing and the results of the work.
I don’t know what you’ll need until we sit down and talk. I promise not to embarrass or browbeat you into accepting a monthly marketing budget that is not realistic for you. I’m very passionate about helping businesses grow their sales through online marketing but am very low pressure during the sales process.
So, please call me today at 720-427-5660 or fill out the form below. We’ll set up a time to talk through what you need and what would work best for your budget and what you hope to accomplish. We offer a FREE one-hour consultation for companies looking for ongoing marketing.
Get in Touch with Me
I would love to talk with you about marketing your local business. Give me, Dave, a call at
720-427-5660 or just fill out the form to the right.
I cannot thank you enough for helping with our web site. You were incredibly helpful in each step of the process. Not only did you do an exceptional job for our company at a fast pace — you also understood the urgency of our project and got everything finished quickly in the timeframe you quoted. Thank you
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