You are a small business owner, and lets face it. How can you compete on google search against huge corporations?
If your reading this I know two things about you:
1. You own or operate a small business
2. You want to learn how to get a competitive advantage against your competitors on the internet
Listed below are the 100 most searched keywords on Google! With this knowledge, and the recommendations below the list, you too can show up as #1 on your customer's searches! :)
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HOW TO USE THIS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE:
There are two ways to generate new business and increase your sales with these terms:
1. Learn how to create targeted SEO listings, and combine these keywords with your target specific audience and apply them to your ads and website.
This one is a little harder, as you have to learn how to optimize your own content. I highly recommend a member of your team takes a class in this (its time consuming and as the owner/operator, your time is better spend elsewhere), they can usually get a handle on it after some guidance. Classes are available both online and from colleges, but don't be afraid of the cost for the class... It might be your best investment yet!
One thing I recommend you do if you decide to go this route, is check the teacher's credentials. No, I'm not talking about a Ph.D, I'm talking about the fact if they have ever actually ranked a keyword for either their own business, or someone else's. It's in your best interest to have someone who is teaching from experience, not from a textbook.
2. Work with an online marketing agency as a member of your team.
There are two kinds of online marketing agencies, one that has the vendor/vendee relationship with you (you're the customer) and one that has the partner relationship with you (your customers are the customer, you are a partner).
So clearly you can imagine I recommend finding an agency that establishes the "partner" relationship with you. As someone who works in this field, I have seen both ends of the spectrum. They both can yield results, but something I typically see is that the "vendor" agency generates more "likes, shares, posts, etc." on social media and the "partner" agency focuses more on generating leads and sales for your business, even if that means less likes on Facebook.
I know here at Online Growth Systems, when work with one of our partners (clients), we tell them up front that we are results orientated, not views orientated. Look for an agency that puts your interests before their own. You can find one! They are out there!
If your looking to take the first step and learn what an online marketing agency can do for you, we would love to sit down with you and have a strategy session, complements of us! (It's part of our mission to provide value to anyone who asks for it! (Client or not!)
You can contact us here to ask any questions about what having an online marketing partner entails:
Or you can learn more about what a Social Media Marketing Agency does below:
The best part of a good Marketing Agency is that if you spend $100 on Google ads or organic Search Engine Optimization services, a good agency will be able to return that money to you 2X or 3X that month.