GOOGLE MY BUSINESS CAN IT REALLY MAKE ME MONEY?

If I have a website come do I need a Google My Business Listing?

Is your business found wherever your customers are searching?

Google My Business listings helps your  your business get more customers! 

  • Four out of five people use search engines to find local businesses
  • 61% of local searches result in a purchase
  • We helped many businesses GROW just from Google Listings.

We helped many businesses GROW just from Google Listings.

To get the most exposure for your business,  link your Google My Listing with your Youtube channel and Google Plus page.    Complet  all of the steps in thy GMB  checklist  or We add professional graphics to make your Google My Business profile stand apart from your competitors.

  • Add photos and images to increase visitors by 42%
  • See where your customers are coming
  • From and how many calles you

Introduction

According to the Kelsey Group, 97% of consumers now use online media when researching products or services in their local area.

Small Business Advertising

Smart small business owners are switching their focus from physical Yellow Page listings to web-based local search listings because shoppers choose the web over the Yellow Pages much more often.

Google My Business

After a localized search, Google will show a map on the right side of the page from the listings web page, as well as Google Places Page listings on the left.

You get on the 1st website page of Google without the need of incurring fee-based advertising costs or the precious time and hard work required for localized Organic, as well as, natural Web optimization.

It is one of THE best advertising options available to you. Google Places Case Study Learn how we helped www.rozanz.com go from obscurity to
Page 1 for Google for multiple keywords.

What is Local Search?

Today, there are well over 10 billion unique searches executed monthly, and that's just in the United States! Of those searches…
  • 40% of queries have Local intent
  • 5% use the city or state
  • 0.5% use zip codes

All of the major search engines return results from Local businesses. It is necessary, in fact critical to begin considering where your business appears in those search engines, and how to enhance your placement.

This eBook offers straightforward strategies available for you to improve your Google Places placement.

Individuals who do local searches are generally very ready to buy. Research has shown the local search market could grow almost 40% by 2012. The majority of consumers (97%) now use online media whenever researching -services or products in their local area, according to BIA/Kelsey‘s (www.bia.com and www.kelseygroup.com).

The Internet has definitely become an integral part of any consumer’s local neighborhood shopping process. The information suggests we‘re at a saturation point where the balance of power in local purchasing is shifting to online.

According to research by average, buyers are using 7.9 different media sources when looking for services or products within their local area, up from 6.5 sources in 2009 and 5.8 in 2008, revealing a significant increase in audience fragmentation.

Additional findings include:

  • 58% of participants use an online coupon when shopping in their local area.
  • 19% of respondents make an appointment online during the past six months for a service.

Many small businesses think they can’t afford to compete with the big players in their local market or niche. That's no longer true. Many are at a standstill, at a loss when it comes to understanding the smart way to build traffic.

The good news is……now there is a solution!

Google, Yahoo and Bing, who encompass more than 80% of Internet searches, now take into account the location of customers looking for products or services in your market and matching them to local business like yours!

This is a game changing technical breakthrough so for clear understanding, we’ll say it differently.

The Internet search engines take into account the location of the user to display relevant local business listings. In other words, the user (your customer) does not need to include the local terms to search locally and find your business.

Now is the perfect time to get aligned and be online…..When you have a presence on these sites, your chances of being found increase tremendously.

So hopefully you’ll see how the Internet is changing to your advantage, but only if you act now! In fact, if you don’t get online and prepare for this now it will only get increasingly more difficult to compete in the future. The first mover in any market is the one that dominates. Let's create that for YOUR business!

When your prospects search online, they're looking for a product or service using keywords used in your business. When you're at the top of the page rank - in their minds - you're also

#1, preferred above your competitors.

  • YOU WILL DOMINATE simply being located first! In turn, you will be the first they reach out to, call to, drive to... And the first they'll spend money with.... Maybe the only one they'll spend money with.
  • Peace of mind is knowing your business is showing up when customers are looking to buy your product or services.

You can save money by eliminating ineffective offline advertising and increase revenue with new customers through exposure only the Internet can provide.You cannot afford to ignore this opportunity. This eBook contains instructions on how to claim your Internet business listings and enhance your position with as many directory listings as possible.


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Internet Search Trends

Local searches are growing annually. Studies have proven it‘s growing at least by 80% each and every year. Mobile search is growing to utstanding numbers and businesses need to appear in Google and other Internet search engines because mobile operators can choose the search engines their customers are using on their mobile devices.


What Does The Future Of Local Look Like?.


Everyone, especially Internet users are utilizing the World Wide Web more and more often to search for service providers and different businesses locally. People today are trading in the traditional phonebook and using the Internet to help them in their local searches. As long as the heavy hitters, Google, Yahoo, and MSN continue to gain strength and roll out new local service offerings (which we all know they will) it is safe to say that this is an unstoppable trend.


Mobile Search Is a Major Factor


The mobile industry is currently taking this trend of using the top three search engines Google, Yahoo, and MSN for locally-targeted searches even further. Now you already are aware that everyone carries a cell phone or mobile device of some kind with them at all times, correct? Well what they don‘t carry with them all the time is a phonebook, so they instinctively turn to their mobile phones. With all the new and fancy mobile devices that are each using versions of the top three search engines and combining built in Geo-targeting, the mobile industry is making local search incredibly accurate and just as reliable. The fact is that a huge percentage of mobile searches are local.


How Are Google, Yahoo, And MSN implementing local search?


The top three search engines are combining their use of local searches and maps to give an incredibly targeted answer to anyone who is searching locally.

• Google is combining their local search technology with Google Places. This ingenious development means that all local search results are automatically integrated with local area maps. Google‘s local search takes the traditional notion of phone listings to a whole new level.
• Yahoo! Local is focusing more on providing a “city guide” type of service, but also integrates with their own mapping service.
• MSN is also focusing on the “city guide” approach. And as a searcher-friendly bonus, all three of the major search companies offer reviews of local businesses right along with their listings results.

Search Engine Results Page (SERP)

SERP is short for S earch E ngine R esults P age. It is the list of websites displayed as links any search engine picks up that have been discovered by crawlers, manually indexed by someone, or paid advertisements. Optimizing your keywords will allow you to have more SERP. The more results you have in someone‘s search, the more likely you are to get not only noticed but regarded as the authority on the subject. Think about
it: If you were searching for something in particular and most of the links you saw were directed to one or two specific pages then you would automatically think that those two are the top authorities on the subject, wouldn’t you?

SERP is short for S earch E ngine R esults P age. It is the list of websites displayed as links any search engine picks up that have been discovered by crawlers, manually indexed by someone, or paid advertisements. Optimizing your keywords will allow you to have more SERP. The more results you have in someone‘s search, the more likely you are to get not only noticed but regarded as the authority on the subject. Think about it: If you were searching for something in particular and most of the links you saw were directed to one or two specific pages then you would automatically think that those two are the top authorities on the subject, wouldn’t you?
  • Organic search results are those which turn up based on tags, keywords and back links. All of these things combined can put your site on Page 1 without any advertising at all, although it is quite difficult to achieve and takes time.
  • Adwords pay-per-click listings are those ads that say "sponsored listings." This is where people who have an advertising budget can pay for ads to be placed on the 1st Page always. It costs quite a bit of money over time.
  • Local Search: As you’ll see, local search comes before anything. It is a map with points which are the locations of these businesses. For anyone working locally, this is the way to go. You don't have the high price of pay-per-click ads and you don't have to work for months to put your page at #1.
Map listings are more valuable and powerful than Adwords pay-perclick advertising.

Step 1: Business Profile

You can download a FREE template by Clicking Here.

When creating directories, listings and citations, it is critical to be consistent. Compile the following data elements to populate citations and directories:

Business Name

Contact Name/Date of
Birth

Street Name and Address

Contact Phone Number

City, State, and Zip Code

Contact Email!

Primary Phone Number

Services, Products, and Brands

Secondary Phone Numbers

Payment Options

Email Address

Hours of Operation

Website URL

Areas Served

Business Tagline

Images, Logos and Videos

Business Description

Year Founded and Years in
Business

Keywords

Amenities and Special Services Associations and Affiliations

Category Selection

Certifications, Awards

SERP is short for S earch E ngine R esults P age. It is the list of websites displayed as links any search engine picks up that have been discovered by crawlers, manually indexed by someone, or paid advertisements. Optimizing your keywords will allow you to have more SERP. The more results you have in someone‘s search, the more likely you are to get not only noticed but regarded as the authority on the subject. Think about it: If you were searching for something in particular and most of the links you saw were directed to one or two specific pages then you would automatically think that those two are the top authorities on the subject, wouldn’t you?
  • Organic search results are those which turn up based on tags, keywords and back links. All of these things combined can put your site on Page 1 without any advertising at all, although it is quite difficult to achieve and takes time.
  • Adwords pay-per-click listings are those ads that say "sponsored listings." This is where people who have an advertising budget can pay for ads to be placed on the 1st Page always. It costs quite a bit of money over time.
  • Local Search: As you’ll see, local search comes before anything. It is a map with points which are the locations of these businesses. For anyone working locally, this is the way to go. You don't have the high price of pay-per-click ads and you don't have to work for months to put your page at #1.
Map listings are more valuable and powerful than Adwords pay-perclick advertising.
Notes for Special Elements
  • Images, Logos and Videos - Gather any digital
  • photographs, videos, coupons or marketing material.
  • Business Description - Create a short (up to 200 character)
  • description and a long (up to 500 character) description of your
  • business. Be sure to make the content keyword rich.
  • Phone number - Use a local phone number and avoid toll
  • FREE numbers.
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