Operating a successful multi-location business is easy… but only when you have the right local marketing strategy! Today, businesses and brands have an opportunity to expand their reach beyond local customers thanks to digitalization. If you are a brand owner or a business owner in the United States (or any other country) with the right strategy you can pitch your products and services to potential customers across the globe. Imagine a multi-location business as a
OneLocal is a suite of marketing tools designed for local businesses to get more customer walk-ins, referrals, and – ultimately – to grow revenue. The platform is focused on any type of regional service company, spanning the automotive, health, wellness, home services, insurance, real estate, salon, spa, or retail industries. OneLocal provides a suite to attract, retain, and promote your small business, with tools for every part of the customer journey. OneLocal’s cloud-based tools help
Local businesses are losing nearly three-quarters of their leads due to leaks in their sales and marketing process. Even if they’re successful at reaching consumers online, many businesses don’t have a website that’s built to convert leads, don’t follow up with leads quickly or regularly, and don’t know which of their marketing sources are working. ReachEdge, an integrated marketing system from ReachLocal, helps businesses eliminate these costly marketing leaks and drive more customers through their
Today we had Shane Vaughan on the radio show discussing local marketing automation. Shane is CMO of Balihoo, a company that provides local marketing automation services. Balihoo is a marketing automation platform that serves enterprise companies who have local level marketing needs, like franchises, retail distribution, or local service companies. Examples are like 1800Doctors.com, Geico, MattressFirm to name a few. Balihoo is the premier provider of Local Marketing Automation technology and services to national brands
Rocketfuel has produced this infographic with some details for mobile, social and local behavior. The intersection of social, local, and mobile marketing represents an early and still untapped opportunity for marketers. To make some sense of the SoLoMo landscape, we developed a SoLoMo infographic that combines the most pertinent industry research with our own primary research to share what you need to know about these three often overlapping spheres of consumer influence.