Marketing

What do people see when they Google your business?

Posted on
November 15, 2018

As the old adage goes - First impressions count. This is no different when it comes to your business.

Many Tamworth and North West small businesses are still relying on sites such as Yellow Pages, Local Search and Facebook to portray their business online on their behalf.

Not only does this give you limited control over the way you are portrayed, but it also doesn't resonate as well with people looking for information on your business or services.

People are also much more likely to click on a link to a professional website that belongs to you, and engaging content encourages them to stay on your site - all things that help your Google rankings and site performance.

It is therefore important to have a web presence and content that not only 'looks the goods', but highlights your differentiators and why customers should be picking up the phone to you instead of your competitors.

It is even more important to make sure this is easy to find and read on any device. Is your current website responsive and mobile-friendly?

If you'd like help to take control of your business' online presence then don't hesitate to get in touch. We can come to you for a no-obligation chat, or give us a call to make a time to see us in our new Tamworth office.

Chris.

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