Category Archives: local marketing
Local Search Benefits TOP TEN: #10 Optimized for MOBILE Users #9 Links to your website for more traffic #8 Targets your specific local market #7 You get a Push Pin on the Map #6 Claimed Listings cannot be HIJACKED by … Continue reading
LOCAL SEARCH BENEFITS LOCAL BUSINESS I have been preaching the gospel of Local Search since 2009. Today, there is more quantitative proof from YP.COM that confirms this. Forty percent of respondents to a survey by YP say they use local … Continue reading
BNC iMarketing’s Richard Bivans provided an interview for WSPA on personal reputation management.
Three Steps to clean up your online reputation: 1) Google your name to see where you are mentioned. 2) Clean up/Delete items which do not show you in a good light. 3) Get people to write good reviews/recommendations about you.
Call BNC iMarketing 864-640-8808 for your business online reputation marketing. Continue reading
An August Google search algorithm update may affect your website search rank. Using copyrighted material on your web pages can now cause your web page search rank to be lowered. One of the signals used by Google is the number … Continue reading
BNC iMarketing Presents QR for Business; 5 Star Reputations and Google+ Local & Zagat Scores BNC iMarketing, Internet Marketing for Local Business in Greenville SC, is presenting a ton of value laden educational programs for local small business … Continue reading
BNC iMarketing Presents The Impact of Google+ Local On Your Business On May 30, 2012 Google announced that it had eliminated Google Places and moved the information into Google+ Local. What does this change mean to local business? What does … Continue reading
On May 30, 2012 Google Moved Google Places to Google+ Local Introducing the New Google+ Local There was a lot of talk surrounding Google’s introduction of its very own social networking platform: Google+. How would it fare next to giants … Continue reading
New to Google+? Learn how to Setup and Optimize your Google+ Account Google+ Local is moving Local Businesses to Google+. If you don’t have a Google+ account and personal profile now, you soon will need one. Google merged all the … Continue reading