Free Webinar Covers How to Take Advantage of Google My Business
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – One of the best things you can do when establishing your business’s online presence is to claim your free Google My Business listing. Think of Google My Business as a traditional business directory in that everyone searches it and it works to drive traffic to your business, with the key difference being ease of accessibility for customers.
Nowadays, information is instantly accessible online to anyone with the internet, so much so that it can feel overwhelming to figure out where to begin with ensuring your business is being found easily online.
To help you understand and leverage the power of Google My Business, we teamed up with the digital experts at iSynergy to present the “How To Drive Business With Google My Business” webinar at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 10. You can register for free HERE.
We will be spending an hour diving deep into all things Google My Business with iSynergy digital marketing specialist Dan Reash and market research analyst Anthony Cornejo. These two have extensive knowledge in developing local SEO strategies and helping businesses increase their online visibility.
One of their key takeaways for this webinar is focused on consistently managing and updating your Google My Business listing. If your profile is not up-to-date, accurate and regularly managed, chances are you are missing out on potential customers finding your information online.
Although creating your Google My Business profile is the first important step, it doesn’t stop there. Businesses that are actively managing their Google My Business page are more likely to rank higher in local search than those who are inactive.
For example, when someone searches for a “sandwich shop near me,” businesses that actively update and manage their listings will rank higher on that search than those not. In this webinar, we will help you establish and learn how to properly manage your online visibility by leveraging Google My Business and all that it has to offer.
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