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Online Reputation Mgmt.

How to Rank Higher on Yelp: 3 Easy Tips

By: Adam Stewart
November 1st, 2016

Your business is on Yelp whether you like it or not. And these days, the platform isn't simply reserved for finding great local restaurants. The user-driven review site continues to grow – covering a variety of businesses and services (B2C and B2B alike) – especially as more users access Yelp on the go.  The latest stats from Yelp show 165 million unique visitors a month. Here's a breakdown of how they're accessing business information and reviews: Are these potential customers finding your business on Yelp? Savvy business owners recognize the value of trust-building using third-party online reviews. Your team should be leveraging Yelp to generate leads using reputation management. The following optimization tips for your Yelp business page will help you rank higher than the competition. 

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Social Media | Company Culture | Online Reputation Mgmt.

Is It Okay to Ask Employees to Use Their Personal LinkedIn for Business Promotion?

By: Donna Arriaga
June 9th, 2016

These days, employee brand advocacy programs are getting a lot of attention – and for good reason. When your staff members share, create and engage with your brand across their social media channels, it exponentially increases your brand’s reach. In fact, when employees share something – anything – with their social networks, each one reaches 20 times more people than a typical brand sharing with the same number of followers. But employee brand advocates offer something even more valuable than reach. Employees are powerful forces for building your brand’s trust and credibility. Put simply, members of the general public trust everyday people like themselves a lot more than they trust businesses and CEOs. A recent study by Edelman on trust and employee engagement found that employees are the most credible voices on multiple topics, including innovation, business practices, integrity and the company’s work environment.

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SEO | Online Reputation Mgmt.

Hey, why did my review disappear from Yelp?

By: Donna Arriaga
May 31st, 2016

Have you ever wondered, “Hey, why did my review disappear from Yelp?!?” Or, “Did someone delete my review?” If you're keeping a close eye on your review sites, chances are, you've asked one or both of these questions. Maybe you checked your business Yelp listing on Monday and there were 66 reviews. Then on Sunday, you notice that you’re back down to 62 reviews. Or, perhaps a very satisfied customer called you to say thanks. She explained how amazing your customer service is. She also told you that she just posted a raving review of your business on Yelp. So, of course, you click over to your Yelp business listing to read her feedback. But it’s not there! Chances are, your customer did not delete the fantastic review she just left. Instead, it’s likely those reviews have been caught up in the Yelp Filter.

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Content Marketing | Website Design | Online Reputation Mgmt.

3 Ways to Convert More Website Visitors into Customers

By: John Nye
March 17th, 2016

Driving traffic to your website may be one of the hardest things to do. To get potential customers through the online door, you’re usually tasked with implementing digital marketing tactics focused on SEO (getting higher rankings on search engines), social media, and landing pages just to get a bump in website visits. But once you get visitors to your page, how do you capitalize on this new found bounty of traffic?

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Video Marketing | Website Design | Online Reputation Mgmt.

4 Tips for Using Testimonials on Your Website

By: Adam Stewart
February 23rd, 2016

Testimonials from delighted customers can be used in a variety of ways, but many residential builders and remodelers fail to utilize them to their full potential. Are they hidden away on your website, simply listed on a separate page? If so, do you really think visitors to your site are seeking testimonials out on their own? Probably not. That type of search behavior is typically related to third-party reviews found on Google, Yelp, or Houzz. To get more eyes on valuable testimonials for your business, give them a purpose, display them in creative ways, and use storytelling to help potential customers move forward in the buying process.

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