Getting Your Business On The Front Page of Google This Week

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Is Your Business Invisible Online?

Let’s face it, unless they already know your company’s name, local buyers of your product or service can’t possibly find you when they are searching for what you do online. Even if you have a web site.

This is a big problem because thousands of local buyers are searching for immediate solutions to their needs everyday on their computers, smartphones and tablet devices.

They’re not finding you so they’re buying from your competitors, costing you thousands in sales every month.

Here’s what you will learn:

How search engines work.

What you’re actually seeing when looking at search results.

And how Google decides whether your site or your competitor’s site is going to appear on the first page.

Then Frank shows you the difference between what you see on a web page versus what Google sees and how that determines who ends up on page one.

Frank talks about the powerful opportunities available when you focus your search optimization efforts on local buyers.

And he does a number of live search demonstrations which prove his techniques work.

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Introduction to Mobile Marketing for Restaurants

Friday, September 28th, 2012

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Educational Webinar Series: Mobile Marketing Mastery for Restaurants

The video below is the first in a three-webinar series: Mobile Marketing Mastery for Restaurants.

In this first episode, Introduction to Mobile Marketing for Restaurants, Frank Felker, President of The Customer Factory explains:

  • What Mobile Marketing For Restaurants Is
  • What The Big Deal is Surrounding Mobile Marketing
  • What The Benefits Are For Restaurant Owners and Managers
  • What Kinds of Restaurants Are Using It
  • What Kinds of Restaurants Are Not Using It and Why

This video series explains how restaurants are using mobile marketing to grow their average check size, increase visit frequencies and generate new and referral diners.

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You can view the second video in the series, Mobile Marketing Strategies and Tactics for Restaurants by clicking this link.