Utilising the Power of Google
This article is to identify the importance of a Google My Business profile/listing, that is essential for local SEO. It’s free to set up and will enable you to appear in local search results for queries specific to your products or services.
Google Places is a straightforward service from Google to help small businesses make themselves visible and searchable on the internet, by people from a particular locality they cater to.
It’s free to set up and will enable you to appear in local search results for queries specific to your products or services.
Ultimately, it is an excellent marketing option for small business owners and is essential for customers to find you, in this modern day way of life.
The reasons why?
The two most popular resources consumers use today when making purchasing decisions are:
Furthering this, customers inherently trust what other customers have to say about a business, and if we want to know anything at all, we Google it. It should be no surprise, then, that Google My Business — which incorporates the two together — is becoming one of, if not the most powerful tool for marketing.
Let’s take a closer look at exactly how Google My Business helps businesses like yours.
If you do not have a Google my Business listing you can get one by clicking here.
So how does this relate to Roam for Business?
We utilise the power of Google My Business in combination with our App that furthers connectivity and engagement!
Roam is known as “google my business on steroids” which was a comment made by one of our customers.
Roam is free to access – when you claim your free listing, this effectively acts as your own business mobile app, that allows you to add images, news, events, offers, menus and a whole lot more – even send customers push notifications!
Your venue is already listed – simply claim it and start engaging with customers
The benefits of claiming your venue
Reaching new customers takes less than 90 seconds.
Are you ready to start using your free listing on Roam and engage with your customers?