Maintaining and managing your reputation- especially online- can be a full-time job, but with an effective team and a few great resources, you can make sure your business stays in shining standing for all to see. Start managing your business' reputation effectively and efficiently to bring more business in. We work in and around San Antonio and work with small businesses to help them grow and conquer.
As a company providing services or products to people, your reputation becomes a part of your selling strategy- and for good reason. By knowing not only how to ask for the review- but how to utilize it- you will be on your way to growing your business in no time.
So you think your website is “good enough”- let me ask: how’s that working? A barely there or often ignored site can be the difference between the next big sale and a customer saying ‘adios.’ With most companies making their initial decisions based upon your business card of a website, it’s time to refocus your efforts on getting your website into more than just working order.
By now we’ve all heard how important social media is to getting a businesses’ message out to its clients. We see the major CEOs sharing valuable information, we- as consumers- spend hours each day mindlessly scrolling our phones and absorbing the various tidbits from companies left and right. But for small businesses, it can be difficult to add one more thing to your plate. Whether you decide to go at it alone or bring in someone to help calm the chaos, here are some go-to tips and tricks to help any small business take on social media.
By understanding the basic principles of how to grow your business on Facebook, you’ll not only be able to reach more people but stay connected and ENGAGE with them as well. You already know where your customers are spending their free time; now learn the 4 ways to grab their attention with your growing brand.
To the untrained eye it can seem as though Facebook is OVER reporting, and that Google is UNDER reporting, so we’re going to help shed some light on tracking your data and how to understand the differences between the two.