Any successful local SEO strategy is based on a rock solid foundation of in-depth and thorough keyword research. It can be a long and exhausting process that has to be done. So what happens when you need to do keyword research at scale for multiple locations in multiple cities? That’s when things can get a
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You probably hear the term franchise marketing thrown around quite a lot but, what does it mean and how do you do it successfully? What is franchise marketing Franchise marketing is any activity that a franchise does in order to grow, these activities can include pay-per-click advertising, email marketing, SEO, trade shows, content marketing, commercials
In the past, we’ve talked about how to set up your AdWords account for multiple locations and whether the franchisee or franchisor should be managing their PPC campaigns but, we haven’t touched on setting up multiple AdWords Accounts for a single domain. I’ve worked with several companies that have opted for setting up multiple AdWords
When creating a website for your multi-location business, it is easy to overlook certain aspects of the process. One of the most forgotten component is that multi-location sites need to have a unique SEO site structure. Whether your company has locations across your city, state or entire country, you are going to need to build
So you’ve begun selling franchises and once the t’s are crossed and the i’s are dotted it’s time to get to work and help market your franchisees! And you can’t discuss marketing without talking about social media. Most businesses need social media accounts, but what about franchisees? Do they each really need their own account