Have You considered digitizing your business?

What does it take to market your business Online? Why do you need to embrace the 3 MAIN social listings? What difference does it make?

Here are the Tips for making your Business online and digital that wont cost you a Dime!

1.Use the 3 Major Social Listings.

Registering your business with Google Places allows it to be found more easily on Google searches and it shows up on Google Maps. All you have to do is fill out the form and register, then get your business verified through their confirmation process, which can be done either with a phone call or snail mail. Yahoo! also has a big database of businesses called Yahoo! Local. It’s free, and is certainly worth the few minutes it takes to set up. Microsoft’s Bing has a similar service that’s easy to sign up for.

2.Embrace Social Media

Social media has not only become a tool for exposure but a necessary time investment for your business.The use of customized and well managed ads on Facebook and Instagram over your offers can really help you in gaining a more broader scope of targeted clients than your current reach.

3.SEO on Your Business Website

Search engine optimization cannot be underestimated in the world of constant Googling. Having a website drive in deals and get discovered over search results needs more than just having it Launched.Search Engine Optimization is a constant action that will keep you top and easily discovered on Google.

Don’t have a website yet? No worries. Unlike Old times ,Pertom Digital offers you an Option to have your business website designed and SEO done within your own budget !(Choose what to pay)

4.Join a relevant Online Community and Contribute

Every niche has communities online that you can get involved in. But just signing up for a forum and posting every once in a while about your business isn’t beneficial for anyone, and will likely just annoy people. Actively contribute and build a rapport with the community, while keeping your business out of it. Passively promote your business by putting a link in your signature or mentioning it only when the context is appropriate.