How to List Your Business on Google Maps for Free to Boost Your Local Business Marketing

There are a couple of things you can do to boost your local business marketing and start selling to a local audience. The first and easiest thing to do is to list your business on Google for free. Listing your business with Google is quick and easy. By getting your business to show on Google maps, people who search for relevant goods or services in your area will be able to find you. That’s becauseContinue reading “How to List Your Business on Google Maps for Free to Boost Your Local Business Marketing”

Great Copywriting Tip #5: It Isn’t About You

If you’re starting your copy with ‘we’ or ‘I’ statements, you’re starting your copy wrong. At the end of the day, people don’t care about you or your business, and they certainly don’t want to be told all about how great you are. What they care about is what you and your business can do for them. So tell them! Talk about the customer: what they want, what they need, and how you can giveContinue reading “Great Copywriting Tip #5: It Isn’t About You”

What is the difference between Long Tail and Short Tail Keywords?

We discussed earlier how important keyword research is for getting your website discovered on Google, but did you know there were two types of keywords: long tail and short tail? But what is the difference between long tail and short tail keywords? And how can they be used to help your website ranks in Google SERPs? You’re right to ask, because both of them have their strengths and their weaknesses, and you should be tryingContinue reading “What is the difference between Long Tail and Short Tail Keywords?”

Great Copywriting Tip #4: Offer Your Target Market Freebies

In copywriting rule #3, you learnt who your target market was. Now, you need to make them an offer that you know they’ll love. The goal of this offer is to build relationships and collect potential leads for the future. If you have their email address, you have a method of contacting them. And if you can keep in contact with them, you have a better chance of turning them into a client. This isContinue reading “Great Copywriting Tip #4: Offer Your Target Market Freebies”

Great Copywriting Tip #3: Walk a Mile in Their Shoes

You don’t just need to know who your target market is, you need to understand what they want as well. Be interested in them. What are their likes and dislikes? What are their needs? Their hobbies? Their experiences? The more you can empathise with your target market, the more you’ll be able to relate to them and make them offers that they genuinely want. You need to be able to walk a mile in theirContinue reading “Great Copywriting Tip #3: Walk a Mile in Their Shoes”