local marketing coaching
You probably get phone calls and emails every day from companies promising you the moon and the stars regarding marketing. Which one do you choose? You probably are so overwhelmed you don’t use anyone or you’ve made a long commitment to a company that doesn’t seem to be getting you any leads.
I want you to get leads and to show up everywhere. In the search engines. On social media. In your customers’ inbox. On the maps. I will use a combination of tactics below to increase your visibility and get leads for your company.
I don’t know what you’ll need until we sit down and talk. I’d like to talk with you about the different marketing channels that may work for you and which ones to concentrate on to get the most leads at a reasonable cost.
what is local marketing?
Every client I help with Local Marketing has different needs so the work I do depends on what they are trying to accomplish.
It might mean updating their Google Business Profile or writing a blog or helping them be more effective with their social media.
The centerpiece of my Local Marketing service is talking every 1-2 weeks to keep close tabs on what’s going on with your business and lead generation.
My fees start at $500/MN and how much I charge depends on how much of the work you do and how much I do.
There are no long-term commitments — you can cancel at any time. For me that allows me enough time to push the needle on your sales.
I would love to help you. If you think this is something you might be interested in, I will do a no-obligation Local Marketing Audit of your business. Just fill out the form below and I’ll get started on your FREE audit.
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My name is Dave Carlson. I started Green Chair 23 years ago. I love working with local home service contractors. I got a taste of this world by working closely with companies that did concrete, painting, woodworking, and remodeling.
blogs about local marketing
A couple of companies I’ve talked with recently write blogs every week. Their hope? Get leads through search engines. It’s great to create content and hopefully, it will lead to search engine traffic and leads. But many companies are competing for that traffic and have been creating content for years or decades. Rand Fishkin recently published an article called Why the Worst Search Marketers Start Content Strategy with “SEO Keywords”. Even though he’s been at
When I work with a company that provides services, as opposed to products, I’ll have a main Services page that introduces their major services that my client offers. It’s too difficult to rank for a specific service if you have five different services all on one page only so I recommend creating individual service pages. With this article, I will talk about the individual service pages you’ll be creating. For search engine’s sake, you’ll want
On a podcast I was listening to recently, the host talked about not giving equal weight to all your marketing channels. And he used the analogy of college – you should have a major, minor and electives. The major channel is where you spend the most time and is the greatest source of sales for you. You work on this channel almost every day. The minor channel is where might do work once or twice
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Are you frustrated with online marketing for your local service business? Do you know you’re good at what you do, but feel out of your element when it comes to websites, social media, and search engines? Or you’re overwhelmed by all the choices to spend on your marketing budget, while each choice sounds like it should work to get good leads only not to pan out. I built a website for a kitchen remodeler who