January 13: Local Marketing: How to Get Your Central Ohio Business Noticed January 13, 2022, 10:00am EST January 13, 2022, 10:00am EST
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This Workshop Is for You If:

You are a Central Ohio business owner (currently in business) who makes in-person contact with customers, either at the customer’s location or at your business location. If you only sell online, this workshop is not for you.


You’ll Learn:

  • How customers look for businesses that can solve their problems.
  • How search engines like Google operate at a local level.
  • The importance of having a mobile-friendly website.
  • How to use FREE tools from Google and others to land on the first page of search results.
  • Create, manage and maintain FREE local directory listings
  • Why getting customer reviews should be a major business goal
  • The importance of keeping your business name, address and phone number consistent across the web
  • Why Local SEO (search engine optimization) is critical to your success.
  • Why & how to get links from other local companies


Free Workshop Tools & Resources

In addition to dozens of valuable resource links, everyone will receive:

  • 50-page workbook with instructions for implementing what you’ve learned
  • Google My Business best practice worksheet
  • List of the top 30 FREE directories



About the Presenter- John Rhind, Certified SCORE Mentor

  • 5 years as a SCORE mentor, counseling hundreds of clients & teaching dozens of workshops.
  • 30 years of senior-level corporate & ad agency experience with numerous Fortune 500 companies
  • Certified Inbound Marketing Professional
  • Bachelor of Science from the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University




About the Presenter(s)

John Rhind

John has been a Score mentor for more than 5 years, counseling hundreds of clients...

January 13: Local Marketing: How to Get Your Central Ohio Business Noticed