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  1. Local Internet MarketingDeciphering the vast options of Online Marketing Opportunities for Local Businesses Presented by: [Name Here]

  2. Agenda • What is Local Internet Marketing • Why do I need to consider marketing on the Internet? • Proven Methods for a Local company • Website Objectives • Search Engine Marketing • Organic, LBR and PPC • Quick Google Strategy • Targeted email Marketing • Social Media Marketing • Local Business Twitter Strategy • Twitter Tools

  3. What is Local Internet Marketing? • Also referred to as i-marketing, web marketing, online marketing, eMarketing, electronic marketing • Same as Traditional Marketing – except with a different medium – The Internet • Find and Nurture Relationships • A LOT of misconceptions today, many more to come • Advantages • Cost Effective • Measurable • Quick ROI • Efficient • Limitations • Required to use newer technologies over traditional • Technology Restrictions (low Internet speeds) • Education

  4. Why Local Internet Marketing? • 67% of people searching online actually purchase their product offline • Meaning at a local business! • Internet Advertising for a local business in 2008 • $3 Billion • Internet Advertising for a local business estimated in 2010 • $13 Billion • 43% of ALL searches on Google include a Geographical Modifier • Like a city or ZIP code • 61% of this group make their purchase within 24hrs OFFLINE • Communicate with prospects, clients to bring value • Find and Nurture Relationships Be where paying customers are looking

  5. Proven Methods of Local Internet Marketing • Websites • Search Engine Marketing (SEM, SEO & PPC) • Targeted Email Marketing • Social Media Marketing (Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn) • Video Marketing

  6. Websites • Speak the right message to the right audiences • Typically multiple audiences • Always achieve a Call-to-Action (CTA) • Can be phone call, email, form, comment • Don’t reinvent the car! • Offer Value for Stickiness • Measure and Analyze • Plan, Do, Review and do it again!

  7. Your Website receives traffic many ways

  8. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Marketing a business to be strategically located on the Search Engine Results Pages Three ways for a local business to market themselves using the Internet • Organic Results • Local Business Results • Paid Results

  9. Organic Results • 80% Click Through Rate • Higher Trust • Higher Visitor Value • PPC Awareness • High ROI • Long Haul Game • Based on Trusted, Theme and Authority Links to your website • Transparency and Exposure

  10. Local Business Results • Since April 2009, Google is adding in Organic Results without a geographical modifier • Mostly based on Services, not products • Completely different algorithm than organic • Based on Trust and Citations • Must Claim Listings – use http://www.getlisted.org

  11. PPC (Pay Per Click) Results • Instant Results • Budget • Easier to Manage • No Contract or Time Commitments

  12. Get Listed in the LBR • Create a Google Account (or use existing) • Create a personal profile • Navigate to www.google.com/local/add • Click • Use #1 keyword for company name first, followed by the company name • Use only 1 LOCAL phone number throughout the Internet for each local location • Claim or Add Listing • Verify Listing by phone or mail • Now, don’t forget! • Get Reviews (anywhere on web) • Get Citations (local, theme or authority sites)

  13. Targeted eMail Marketing • Direct Marketing • Cost effective • Highly targeted and customized • Measurable • Direct Communication – Build, nurture relationships – increase trust and loyalty • CAN-SPAM Act of 2003

  14. Social Media Marketing • Using social networks, blogs, wiki for sales, PR, marketing and customer service • Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube • Used to create buzz • Reverse Word of Mouth (fans) • Conversational (little control)

  15. Social Media Marketing • 800,000 people DAILY signing up to Facebook – 3rd largest country! • 50% daily • 45% of US audience is older than 26 yrs • 47% of US audience has household income above $50k • Fastest growing group, women 45-55 yrs • Twitter is fastest growing marketing medium – EVER! • Inexpensive – FREE! • 80% on mobile • Early phases of mobile marketing • 01/09 > 9% 09/09 > 16% business twitter usage. AMAZING climb.

  16. Local Business Twitter Strategy 101 • Create Account, use twitter search to ‘listen’ for you name, competitors or words that relate to your space (LISTEN – isn’t that 80% of sales anyhow?) • Add a real picture • Talk to people about THEIR interests. It doesn’t sell more widgets, I know! • Point out interesting things about your world, not just you! Builder could discuss new adhesive • Share links to neat things in your community (@wholefoods does this well) • Promote your employee’s outside of work stories (@thehomedepot does this well) • Talk about non-business and local events • Follow only people you want to listen to. DO NOT follow someone hoping they will follow you back. • ReTweet other people’s stuff (RT @twittername). Don’t just promote yourself. • Let others tweet. Show the human side of the company.

  17. Local Business Twitter Tools • TweetDeck.com • Easiest way to use Twitter. Hands down best tool. Available on PC and iPhone. • WeFollow.com • Useful to find potential twitterers in your area. Organizes twitter users by interest • Twellow.com • Twitter version of Yellowpages. Local directory to find local twitterers, or based on niche or profession.

  18. Thank You Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter! @localim Our shameless plug! – We will provide a free website assessment and online marketing analysis for your company. It takes us an hour for us to prepare and research and 30-60 minutes for us to present our findings to you. It is thorough. If we did good, we’ll ask if we can send you a proposal with pricing.