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Why Should I Use Google Adwords? [VIDEO]

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Can your business handle more new customers? If so, this is a must see video!

This video details why Google Adwords should be part of your overall marketing strategy. If you are new to Adwords no problem, this video will serve as an introduction. If you are familiar with Google Adwords, hopefully, you will again see why Adwords is very important to gain new and repeat customers.

Google My Business – Adding Your Business to Google [VIDEO]

By Local Search, Online Advertising, Online Marketing, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Uncategorized

It is very important to establish a listing on Google My Business. Google My Business is a platform that puts your business information on search, maps, and Google+. It creates a cohesive environment and it makes it easier to manage how your business appears across those three platforms.

Now if you’ve previously used Google Places for Business, your account has automatically been upgraded to Google My Business, but you’ll want to review the information as new options are available to you.

Let’s walk through how to set up your page on Google My Business.


How Much Does Demolition Advertising Cost?

By Demolition Advertising, Demolition Marketing, Local Search, Online Advertising, Online Marketing, Uncategorized
We hear this question quite often from demolition contractors. It usually goes something like this, “I would like to advertise online, but I don’t have a large budget or I’m not sure it is worth it”. Online advertising can be a bit scary, especially if you haven’t had the time to research available options. Many small businesses typically don’t have tons of cash lying around for their marketing budgets and with what money they do have, they certainly don’t want to waste it.Demolition Online Advertising

This article will help sort out available options and to raise your level of online advertising knowledge.

Online advertising falls into a few categories, such as:

Paid Search Advertisements (AdWords) – Google, Yahoo, and Bing

These are small advertisements that show up on the top and side of the Search Engine Results Page (SERPs) based a searcher’s query.  The price is based on a bidding model; you compete for placement on the page. The higher you are willing to bid per click, the more likely a searcher will land on your website. Read More