Online Accuracy for Offline Results.
How it helps smaller businesses
Business have to balance the importance of marketing online with the urgency of their day-to-day.
CMN Local does the hard work for you, letting you spend more time with your customers and running your business.
- Check online listings off your list, almost effortlessly.
- Build trust for your customers and in search engines.
- Know when it’s working and when to take action with CMN Local.
Making sure your business listing has been verified on Google, Bing and Facebook.
Use CMN Local to complete your business listing and get ready for distribution.
CMN Local distributes your business listing across the search ecosystem.
Now search engines – and new customers – can find your local business.
If you have duplicate Google information, YOU need this service.
If you are not listed everywhere you should be online, YOU need this service.
If you need to make sure all of your business information is correct on search engines, review sites, directories and social sites across the board, then YOU need this service.
Features and Benefits
Location Data Management
Actively manage your location data to optimize performance in local search. Send consistent data or our partners such as Apple and Bing.
Improve your local marketing performance by analyzing results so you can make informed decisions based on what’s working.
You’ll have access to a Customer Success Manager who’ll oversee your account and provide local SEO insights to help you achieve your search performance goals.
Local Ranking Analysis
Establish a baseline and measure improvement toward your local ranking goals with easy comparisons to your competitors.
Monitor and manage the latest reviews on the most popular sites without having to visit them all individually.
- Directory and Aggregator Submission
- Continuous Distribution and Monitoring
- Duplicate Detection and Closure
- Listing Accuracy Verification
- Distribution Reporting
- Listing Alerts
- Organic SEO Analytics
- Review Monitoring
- Review Management for Google
Three quarters, a nickel and two pennies per day and your local business listing is managed for a full year. $.82 per day.
Comment “Local” to find out more information and get started today.
Why are so many business owners not utilizing such an important tool?
As a marketer, I often find myself asking questions I feel are so obvious they almost slap you in the face. It boggles my mind to wonder how there are so many small business owners who feel they have it all figured out.
Getting your business on every directory etc. and keeping your business information updated is great for SEO. Helping your website rank on major search engines.
Advertising your business locally is big in building awareness. The more people exposed to your business, the more people are likely to use your services. If people can’t find your website or track you down, how can you expect them to know what you’re selling? So not only are directories great for website exposure, it’s a way to reach out and capture their attention.
So how do you compete in a world where everyone is fighting for the top spot or front page of Google, Bing, Apple and other search engines? A great place to start is to make sure all of your business information is correct on every search engine, review site, directory and social site across the board.
If your potential customer is looking for a particular product or service the first thing they do is pull out their mobile phone, desktop, laptop or tablet and Google it. Most likely, the first place that pops up is their choice. If you get lucky, they will actually scroll down enough to see what’s underneath the top three suggestions.
You will be far more visible to the vast majority of users of both Android and iPhones searching for businesses within a 5-mile radius,” Google advises, pointing to the SEO edge the tool provides in promoting small, local businesses over more generic corporations. Local searchers do not want to be constantly bombarded with the same old big names that may or may not truly offer the service or product they are seeking.
According to a recent study, 78% of local searches on mobile and 61% of local searches on laptops result in offline purchases.
If you take a moment to consider the 7 billion monthly unique local searches that take place on Google in the US alone, that’s a pretty decent conversion rate no matter how you slice the data.
It is how people find things today.
When was the last time you seen someone with a paper map?