Woodworking Business Online: How To Attract More Leads and Sales To Your Local Business

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http://bit.ly/MakeMoneyWoodworking — If you operate a woodworking business serving a local area, online marketing should be a priority. You want to be able to enter the conversation going on in your prospects mind, and be the answer – or solution – they seek. There are two properties you should develop, in order to build your business…

1. First and foremost – you need to build a website.

2. Claim your “Google My Business” listing. Simply search for “Google My Business” and sign up for your own page.

But a Google Maps listing is only useful when your business shows as one of three companies listed on the front page. To get listed in Google Maps requires that you do several things after claiming your Google My Business listing, including:

1. Build out your GMB page with basic content. Create your own company listings on popular directories like Yelp, Better Business Bureau, Acxiom, YellowPages, and more. Ensure that key business information shared on these citation sites is exactly the same as your GMB listing – and your website. Continue building these quality links to your site from quality sources. Encourage clients to leave you positive reviews on Google and Yelp. How much online marketing you have to actually do, largely depends on how competitive the woodworking business is in your specific area.


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