In an era of smartphones and on-demand everything, local businesses are collectively coming to a rather daunting understanding—online reviews could make or break a business.
The way customers seek out and do business has shifted dramatically over the past few years, and with it, their expectations. Recent studies have shown that customers expect more convenience and technological access than ever before. And they’re more willing to leave a business if their expectations aren’t met.
If you want to stay competitive and win customers before they even walk onto the lot, you’ll need to revamp your customer journey from the perspective of a modern consumer.
Join us to learn about 6 local SEO myths that need busting and find out how you can improve your online reputation accordingly. Plus, get access to:
• New consumer trends
• A guide to improving your GMB listing
• And a step-by-step on gathering more high-quality reviews
Consumers today crave convenient, frictionless experiences, especially when it comes to consumer-to-business communication. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to adapt is critical. Businesses that don’t prioritize customer expectations are more vulnerable.
This webinar will cover:
- Business perceptions vs. consumer expectations
- Meeting the needs of consumers with business text messaging
- Tips for increasing customer engagement with text messaging
So much has changed in the world during the past few months. Many shops have been making the decision whether or not to close their doors temporarily and when to reopen.
There’s an increased urgency now to take every opportunity to increase online leads and interact with customers amidst all the uncertainty. This is requiring an unprecedented strategy and creativity. BUT...the opportunity to attract and service customers digitally won't go away once the pandemic has passed -- it's a trend that will continue to accelerate in the future.
Join this brief webinar to learn how your shop can manage its customer journeys digitally —- from initial search to final sale.
The online and offline worlds are colliding. Customers carry pocket-sized computers everywhere they go, but that doesn’t mean that face-to-face interactions in the shop aren’t just as important as those online. Register now to learn some best practices for interacting with your customers online and offline to create a memorable experience, win customers for life, and improve your bottom line.