Local Business Marketing

Covering Sussex including Hastings, Bexhill, Eastbourne, Brighton

Digital marketing agencies (including ourselves) go on about having a level playing field to compete with large competitors (possibly nationwide) however, what if your competitors are 3 doors down?

While digital marketing gives you the ability to market your products or services to everyone (anywhere in the world, at any time). What if your business only offers those products or services to a specific area.

It all becomes rather meaningless.

All the points listed above is why we launched our Local Business Marketing Services. Where you can compete for customers where it really matters (your local area).

To do this we help you take the front page of Google with multiple listings for your local search and post content that will really help people when they need you most.

Pricing:

Google Only Package

£170 / Month

  • Google My Business
  • Directories
  • Google Ads
  • Data Analysis

SEO Only Package

£265 / Month

  • Website SEO
  • Google My Business
  • Blog
  • Directories
  • Data Analysis

SEO + Google Package

£315 / Month

  • Website SEO
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google My Business
  • Blog
  • Directories
  • Google Ads
  • Data Analysis

All prices are plus VAT.

There will be a one-off set up fee. The cost will vary depending on what you have in place.

*Google Ads budgets decided on consultation and are excluded from the above prices - All new Google Ad accounts will be offered a starting voucher (minimum of £50 free ad credit)

Blogs:

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Google Ads – Selecting a Bid Strategy

By Jess Hodges

Whether you have a small local business or an international audience when setting up a new Google Ads campaign you will need to select a bid strategy.

Choosing the right bid strategy for your campaign will focus around the goals, whether it’s driving store visits, sales or increasing brand awareness.

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Types of Videos You Can Use for Your Local Business

By Kelan Watling

According to Brain Shark, video is 50 times more likely to rank organically in Google than text.

The purpose of a video is to offer great content that pushes the viewer down the marketing funnel to the next step.

If a picture paints 1000 words, imagine what a video can do.

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Promoting Your Local Business on Instagram

By Jess Hodges

While you may think Instagram is only for national or international businesses with a few cute cats mixed in, you’re wrong. With over 800 million monthly active users* Instagram can be a great place for Local Businesses to promote their products or services. And to help you do just that, in this article I’m going…

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Remarketing & Your Local Business

By Jess Hodges
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Marketing Your Local Business During the Festive Season

By Jess Hodges

While you may not want to hear about the ‘big C’ before we’ve had Halloween or even till the 1st December, it’s only Day Hour Minute Second Till Christmas and your business should be planning your marketing campaign. While you think a big push with your digital marketing might not be worth it for whatever…

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Google+ Vs. Google My Business – Don’t Confuse

By Jess Hodges

Things at Google are on the change again – but this time, if you own a local business, these changes will impact your business and if you know what to do you can take advantage before other local companies realise.   What is Google+? Google+ (also known as Google Plus) is Google’s social networking site…

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