Welcome back to another episode of Local Search Tuesdays. SearchLab was back at Digital Dealer in Tampa a few weeks ago, and as always, we grabbed some of the top speakers and automotive experts to share helpful tips for car dealers in 2022.
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Welcome back to another episode of Local Search Tuesdays. This week, we’re sharing Greg’s slides from the recent Kain Automotive conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
A few weeks back, Greg got to head back to Lexington for one of our favorite automotive events of the year – David Kain’s clients and friends workshop. It’s always a killer conference, but this time he really upped the bar. The first night, we got to tour the Castle and Key bourbon distillery, and the second afternoon we got to head out to the horse races.
But also, there were some amazing conference presentations, and as always, we wanted to share Greg’s here in this week’s video…
So here we go – it’s about half an hour, but it’s packed with a ton of awesome tips, so enjoy!
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My guest on this week’s episode of Suds & Search is Andrew Optimisey, SEO Consultant and Founder of Optimisey, an SEO Consultancy located in Cambridge. Andrew is a digital marketing veteran with almost two decades of experience. He is the host of a series of popular free meet-ups.
Andrew is also a popular podcast guest, a webinar host, and a must-follow on social media. He appears on many “best-of” lists including Search Engine Journal’s list of the Top SEO Experts You Should be Following.
When Was Your Last Website Checkup?
A high performing business website can be the difference between thriving and barely getting by.
For small business owners, the stress of managing payroll, working with customers and day-to-day stresses that come from running a business leaves little time for a website checkup.
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Likes, follows, shares, pageviews–what do they all mean? Unless you’re looking at the right social stats and using them wisely, they don’t mean much.
Used wisely, your social media metrics become powerful tools that boost your bottom line & save you time. If you don’t dig deeper and leverage those numbers, you’re leaving money on the table.
(Dancing encouraged… but optional)
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We will be serving beer from our neighbors Begyle and Dovetail. Appetizers will be provided so come with an appetite!
Creating a scalable business is much more than just getting it off the ground.
No matter where your entrepreneurial journey began, there are some fundamental pieces that can be the determinate between having a thriving business, or a very expensive and low paying job.
So often business owners begin their journey with powerful visions for how to apply their skill, trade or product to a growing market and are so quickly overwhelmed with the deadly three:
Creating ROI in your Digital Marketing process is more than just getting the clicks.
This complicated equation needs to add the right amounts of SEO, Customer Experience, Brand Congruity and Sales Process.
Sound overwhelming? It can be, especially if you don’t have a strictly ‘click to buy’ product or service.Join 4 industry leaders as they shed light on how these critical components of your marketing/sales process impact your revenue and how you can maximize their impact for more sales!
Social Media Sickness Got You Down?
With the breakneck speed of changes in algorithms, social media news and how it impacts the business world how does anyone have enough energy to keep up? Because Social Media, SEO, Paid Searches and Content all rely on each other having a clear view of the ever-changing scene is critical. This will be a panel discussion with plenty of time for Q&A so that you can get what YOUR business needs!
There are no sick days in business.
Even when there is a part of the business that isn’t healthy or functioning perfectly, the show must go on! But, day after day and month after month, the longer a piece of the business stays broken, or even just functioning at 50%, the rest of the business is impacted until eventually the illness is evident and it must be fixed or risk the inevitable. And if you think this flu season was bad, consider that the majority of businesses die in their first three years.