Updated: Mar 14
Is it easy to find your business when you search for your business’ top keyword? Have you looked lately? Do a quick search in Google for something your customer would search for…
Do you see your business on the first page?
This is something that could make or break a business. Nowadays there is a certain obligation to be online. But that can be the most overwhelming thing about starting a business, is knowing where to start with online marketing.
Here are 5 quick tips to having a strong online presence for your business.
Having a website - this is a must! If you do not have a central place to explain your business to your customers, more importantly, Google. Then you will not be easily found online.
Google My Business Listing - don’t worry it is free. You must create or claim your business listing. Make sure it is verified and updated with all the accurate information for your business.
Update your website SEO tags and start a blog - this sounds like a lot. Creating specific title tags, meta descriptions, and alt tags for every page on your website. This will create specific pages to rank for each keyword you focus on.
Share your story on social media - Creating regularly scheduled content to show your audience what your business is up to. The best stories are the ones that are true. Be authentic.
Don’t be afraid to spend money - it makes a difference. Paid ads can result in new business faster than other forms of marketing. Plus, using conversion-driven strategies to get quality results.
If you need help growing your business online. KaeRae Marketing helps businesses create a customized marketing strategy that specifically fits your needs, budget, and goals.
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