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Website Marketing Dispatch

By Joshua Reynolds - Last Updated on 09/01/2011
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Microsoft's 'Bing' search engine has a robust mapping system in addition to Google's more familiar option.
Searching for a type of business, such as "mexican restaurants" in this example, shows a list of businesses that could meet the user's needs.
Google Maps show detailed information about your business.
Make your business easy to find.
Trying to attract local customers with your website? Getting found is getting easier. Major search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing! can provide a map to your business when users search for you on the web.

Searching for businesses on the web is an increasingly popular alternative to the yellow pages. For users with smart phones, local searches of Google Maps are a very common way to find a business that meets their needs. As well as helping users find you with a map, search engines can list vital information:
  • Location
  • Business Hours: Including an OPEN sign when users find you during business hours
  • Contact Information
  • Services
  • Photos of your business
  • Your logo
Once you're listed, users searching for you will be able to immediately connect with your business. If they're on a smart phone, they can even pull up your website or call you directly from your listing.

To create a local listing, use the search engine's map function to find businesses in your field. Next, pull up your listing and edit it as the business owner. After an email, phone call or text message to confirm that you represent the business, you can edit your listing. A good starting point is submitting your listing to Bing! and Google.

Or, with our full line of search engine optimization (SEO) services, have us do it for you! Take advantage of our knowledge. We'll create optimized local listings on all of the leading search engines for just $195.
Get started with $100 of free AdWords.
Start an advertising campaign.
Are you feeling proactive? Once you know how people are finding your business, you can increase your exposure with advertising and promotions.

Yes? Great! You're interested in advertising on Google. J-Tech is offering $100 of free Google AdWords to get you going, and we'd like to help you manage your marketing campaign. Call us today to get started.

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About Joshua Reynolds

Joshua Reynolds is the founder, president, CEO, and chief architect of JTech Communications. His extensive, 30+ year career has spanned management, Internet systems, information architecture, and web technology of all kinds. Josh’s career is defined by reliable, actionable strategies that his clients can actually use to improve their business.