Tips to showing up on Local Google Search Results

So, you think you’ve done everything right, but you’re still not showing up or ranking well on Local Google search results? As you know, the local listings are those handy results that appear alongside a map at the top of the results page, which show you the 3 top ranked businesses applicable to your search…

New Google My Business feature: Automated Google Posts

Google adds in a nifty new feature with the latest update to Google My Business API! With the new updated version 4.0, Google has added in a range of new features, however, the most notable would be the added support for Google Posts. For those who don’t know, Google Posts is a useful feature that…

Facebook Food Ordering

Just when you thought Facebook was slowing down, it introduces a whole new game changer: Food Ordering. Rolling out across the US, this next step in Facebook’s evolution aims to boost the utility of the social media platform by giving its users a more simple, fast and convenient method of food ordering & delivery. In…

What is the difference between boosted posts and Facebook Ads?

Have you wondered which is better: Boosting a post on Facebook or promoting it as a Facebook Ad? It can seem confusing at first, but there are distinct differences between the two that will help you to determine which one to use for your marketing goals! Boosted Posts  A boosted post is a type of…

Make Yourself known to Local Customers! – Google Places

In addition to websites needing SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), Google Places can also be optimised to promote your products/services. According to Google, 97% of consumers search for local businesses online.

Grant Google Analytics Access

How To Grant Google Analytics Access 1. Log in to your admin-level account In order to grant Google Analytics Access to other users navigate to www.google.com/analytics and log in to your administrator account. If you’re not an administrator on the account, you won’t be able to complete this process.