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90% of purchases take place in physical stores and 80% of US disposable income is spent within 20 miles of home.


The Numbers Don’t Lie

Customers are searching online for what you are selling. Can they find you?


Consumers who did a local search and then visited a store within five miles.


Mobile users led to visit stores within one day via local search.


Clicks that go to the top 4 search results

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is your refund policy?
If you’re not completely in love with the work we do for your business, let us know within 30 days and we’ll revise it until you are or give you a full refund, your choice.
What's Google My Business and why should I care about it?

Google My Business is one of the many tools created by Google to manage your business’ online presence. When people search for “Chinese restaurants in Fresno,” Google’s algorithm relies partially on the data setup in Google My Business to match the person searching with the local Chinese restaurants. This tool is one of the easiest and most effective ways of moving to the top of the rankings in search results.

Categorizing your business appropriately, consistent information across all online sources, and active engagement with your customers online has a measurable impact on the likelihood of you being found via search in the future.

Are local directory listings really that important?
The short answer is yes. There are hundreds of factors that come into play for ranking a business in search results. The algorithm is closely guarded and highly complex. However, it is known that the more sources that can corroborate that your business information is accurate can help greatly in moving you to the top of the local pack.
Why do I need a website if I already have a Facebook business page?
Facebook can be an important component of a strong online presence for your business, but it doesn’t replace having a website.

Did you know that third-party platforms like Facebook or Yelp will show ads from your competitors on your business’ profile page? If a customer happens to find your business after searching for “Chinese restaurant in Fresno,” and then happens to come across your business page, in addition to seeing your profile picture and first post, on the right hand side of YOUR page, they’ll see recommendations for similar restaurants!

Third-party platforms don’t care about your business as much as they care about making money for themselves and the survival of their company.

And if there’s a high-profile, massive privacy breach, or another high-profile event that drives consumers away from that platform, your primary source of information and customer interaction has gone the way of MySpace.

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Still have questions? We’d love to give you more info. No pressure, we promise.