Are you a local business owner or manager?
Are your revenues down and you're at a loss as to what you can do?
Do you need a quick, cost-saving way to get the value you offer into the minds of customers and rev up business?
Do you want to stand out, be remembered and attract opportunities, even in a down economy?
Of course you do. What business doesn't want these things?
But with the world in its current state of disarray, marketing can be a touchy subject. How do you get people coming in the door, with the persistent worries about coronavirus and other issues, without having it come across as "salesy" and insensitive?
Remember that “marketing” in its broadest sense is simply the act of communicating with your clients. Such communication should always be done with the client in mind, no matter what is going on in the world.
We’re definitely in a unique situation today because the entire world has one primary concern — how to remain healthy, both personally and professionally.
Our communication, that is, our marketing, should naturally be respectful of the fact that many are struggling. So how do we continue to promote our businesses in an unobtrusive yet effective and engaging manner?
We have created an in depth webinar to help you understand one of the best ways you can accomplish all of the above . . . using a marketing tool that's probably already in your toolbox.
How to Recover (or Maintain) Top-of-Mind Status and Promote Your Business with Sensitivity – Even in a Down Economy
This webinar shows you why you MUST have and USE a Facebook company page, now more so than ever.
Even though Facebook pages are often neglected, sometimes for good reason, we’ll show you how to get past those obstacles to make it start working for you as soon as you get off this webinar, and do it in an empathetic manner that reflects the times we live in and is respectful of your customers.
Did you know that . . .
To sum it up, it means if you don’t have an online “local” presence, you’re leaving a ton of money on the table. Let’s go back to that 97% number — it means pretty much every store visit is preceded by an online visit. The 80% conversion number tells us the consumers’ intent is extremely high — in other words, they WILL buy when they find what they’re looking for. If they don’t see you in their search, the prospect heads to the first company that’s visible.
Did you know that, even in a Google-dominated world, millions of people turn to Facebook first when they're sourcing local business providers for the various services and products they need right at that moment?
You probably DO know that nearly the whole world is on Facebook, so it shouldn't surprise you that there is a solid return on investment to companies who are active there.
And that’s the incredible power of a Facebook company page for local business. It can be part of one of the best types of marketing strategies for local businesses.
In the webinar, you’ll also learn about Local Social Link™, a Facebook visual content posting system specially designed for local businesses. It delivers hands-free visual content to your Facebook company page, and makes your customers think of you when they need your product or service. This system will help you significantly up your Facebook game and attract more customers.
Along with all the Facebook strategies I offer in the webinar, if you stick around until the end, you'll get two more gifts:
1. A FREE copy of 100 Business Survival Tips, a handy book to use as reference or inspiration for brainstorming.
2. I’ll show you how to get over $1000 worth of visual content and graphics design work as a free bonus.
Sign up for the webinar and learn how to best use your Facebook company page, without spending a dime on ads and without wasting your time (or your staff's time.)
The marketing tactics you shared with me took our small family-owned restaurant from zero at startup to well over $1 million annually. Honestly, I never expected to get to that level or do it so quickly. Our accountant even commented on how well we were doing for a new venture.
The best part is we did this on a shoestring budget, with no expensive newspaper or magazine advertising. And I manage to do it all in-house, with a personal computer and a small desktop printer.
Thanks a million...literally!