The online search is going through a major haul as part of the Houston Web Design search optimization. As Mobile search, Social search and Location based search gain importance, no two people’s search results are similar for the same keywords. Yes, that’s true!
Google and other search engines are focusing vastly on personalizing search results along with localization. The information shown is based on your browsing history, your interaction on Social Media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube, your search history, on the click through in various websites and the geographic location of the consumer.
Well, is this all new and overwhelming to you? Do you know how to use location based search strategy for your business? Do you understand that the search results are now influenced by social media interactions and feeds?
If your business is not on Google, then where is it?
If you are struggling to understand the steps, information and the new rules in search engine optimization, attend this free one hour, information-packed seminar on ‘Local Search Marketing’. We will present on Local Search Marketing strategies to enhance your online visibility, to target more local customers, to acquire new clients, increase sales and develop a local brand recognition.
This seminar is part of the Business success seminars conducted by the Lone Star College and Small Business Development Center.
- Location based search
- Local Maps (Google, Bing, Yahoo)
- Local business directories
- Geo-tagging & Social connect
- Places, Check ins, Local business rewards (Google +, Facebook, Four Square, Gowalla, Loopt)
- Review sites (Yelp, Zagat)
- Local content strategy
- Keywords analysis
Lone Star College Cy-Fair Library – Room 131
9191 Barker Cypress Rd
Cypress, TX 77433
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 from 7:45 AM to 8:45 AM (CT)
RSVP to the event here. There will be a drawing for prizes.
This year, outgrow your competition
Put your business on the local map to increase web traffic, conversions and inbound calls. We will show you how. Contact us or call us at 281.826.4880 or visit Lone Star College seminar page for more information.