NEWS

Google Places: How to Stand Out

Marketing your business, product or service online via Google Places can be tricky. Immediately, you are faced with millions upon millions of competitors, all with one goal, to get your potential customer to pick your page, amongst the many others, to click, to go into, to visit, and ultimately, to purchase what you are selling. While everybody seems to have a different way of achieving this, we at Discount Web Designer have come to rely on a fail-safe formula for creating our Google Local ads.


Claim Your Local Listing

GOOGLE PLACES The Contents Of Your Ad Just to cover the basics of a Google Local Ad….. As with any landing page, there are some basics that Google Local needs, and these are as follows: Title: Be adventurous, make it stand out! Address: It only needs to be a valid address… (hint, hint, evil laugh read more


Writing for Local Search Engines & Directories

Steven Brier over at Local Internet USA brought up a good point to me recently, in that the focus on submitting to Local Search Engines and Directories is not so much about the time it takes to submit to them all, but rather the work it takes identify your keywords and create some compelling and read more


Tools for Productivity

Here you will find a set of tools that we simply could not live without. Many of these are free or cost very little and can significantly improve your productivity and effectiveness in internet marketing and running your business. SEO Quake Toolbar – This will allow you to view all of your website stats such read more


Optimized Content is Loved by Search Engines and Readers Alike

Optimized content allows your good work to do double duty. For your page to rank for a key-phrase, the content must be carefully written and it must compel the reader to take “your most wanted response” whether that is a lead sale or phone contact. Sounds easy but you must remember people are busy, they skim when they read and don’t always do what you want them to do. You must optimize your content for both visitor and search engines.