I actually sent this to a new local Google advertising client of mine ( I subcontract to web designers) a moment ago and thought it prudent to repost here:

Here’s what needs to happen before we can start on your Local SEO:

We (the client and me/us) need to research what keyword phrase to target.

I can take suggestions from them (what do they *think* they want to rank for) THEN plug those into several keyword tools to garner our best guess (I know that’s not what you or the client wants to hear but big G does NOT reveal exact #’s on exact querys)

Then we pick from that research. I *could* just “Pick A Target” based on my experience

We need to make the client happy…

Here’s a potential problem: the client typically wants to rank for what THEY think people are searching for… often the client has no clue (not unlike a person who wants to sell their home but is asking for an unrealistic selling price)

OR… the client wants to rank for everything under the sun… not good

The way Google “passes out” Google trust is like this:

A) you gotta rank for SOMETHING before you can rank for anything
B) sell one thing… but sell it well
C) AFTER and only after you rank for the first “target” (which is what I call keywords, they’re targets to me), THEN we tackle what I call an “adjacent keyword phrase” and I’ll explain why:

It takes Googlebot roughly 6 weeks to index the entire planet/ every country, every language… that’s a baseline
It takes 6 MORE weeks to compare the baseline to the increase in inbound links/ social media mentions – likes- subscriptions – buzz created etc

This time frame is like a computer hard drive’s File Allocation Table: without a baseline to compare intervals from a starting point, there is no way to determine a position, If I handed you a map and said take 40 steps to your right… You’d have to first know where YOU are to figure out where 40 steps to your left is.

In plain English: one keyword phrase per 12 week cycle

perhaps not what the client wants to hear

… don’t shoot the messenger, it’s Google’s DoJo, I’m just telling you how the algorithm works.

Yes we are for hire and have a good, better, best plan for you to choose from

8hrs of 1 on 1 face time to teach you how to out perform your competitors on social media $700 in Frederick Maryland and Montgomery County Maryland. We can do joint web conference if you are not located in Frederick County or Montgomery County Md – remote log in where we can both move the mouse, we can hear each other on the phone, you can ask questions about what you see me do etc.

Client List Testimonials available upon request. Consulting includes creating profiles and optimizing them specifically to improve your company website’s ranking in Google.

NOTE: we do not accept everybody that requests our services, the first hour is free to determine if we want to accept you and if we can do anything for you. We do not accept a client if we don’t think we can do something for you.

Business Blog Creation: WordPress blog hosted on your domain and SEO optimized- $500 we hand the keys to you

Blogger Supporting Blog Creation: Feedburner set up, SEO optimized – $200 we hand the keys to you

Google Places ranking starting from $2400 annually to $12000 annually.

A website is a sales copy delivery system

… Ranking is the first step, We provide effective sales copy for Search Engine Marketing AFTER we get you the number one spot in Google for the keywords your customers are searching for.

After all… what you’re after is leads, you need the phone to ring! Frederick Web Promotions makes your phone ring.

Marketing Plans start from $3600 per year to $24,000 per year

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Google Places Ranking aka Google Local Business Listings

When a prospective customer Google’s for a product or service and they’re looking for it in a specific local area, a Google Maps box is most often displayed above the “regular” search results.

When searching from a smartphone, usually the local Google (Google Places) is the only search results returned.

Ranking high on Google Places these days is critical; more and more people are using smart phones and smart phones only show Google Places listings. But there are only 7 spots available! So how can you do it? Here are a few tips:

  • Create a Google Places Profile if you haven’t already done so.
  • Citations, citations, citations. Google Places has its own ranking algorithm, and this algorithm likes it when people are talking about you.
  • If you can’t afford a full-service SEO, consider hiring one who offers a service just for increasing citations ( like Frederick Web Promotions for example)
  • Increase citations by making sure you’re listed in every possible business directory.
  • Increase citations by making sure your listing includes full contact information and full website information.
  • Don’t forget to include some of all the types of citations out there: blog posts, social media profiles, reviews, links from other websites, etc.
  • If you hire a full-service SEO, make sure they do all of the following:

1) Use the right keywords in titles, descriptions, and websites.

2) Make sure all names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses match and exist in full on all citations.

3) Make sure your website is listed with the appropriate categories.

4) Link your Google Places profile directly with your website, social media profiles, blogs, directories, and any review sites.

5) Be sure to include photos and an introduction video on your Google Places profile.

6) Businesses from select cities can pay to help optimize their ranking.

7) Keep up with the trends. It’s not just about Google anymore; Yahoo Local, Yelp, and Bing Local are all becoming critically important for SEO success.

8) We urge you to mention coupons, discounts, or special offers. When the economy is rough and competition is fierce, offering consumers lower prices or perks to shop with you is essential.

9) Don’t forget to include location keywords, MyMaps and GeoTagged Photos when appropriate.

10) Make sure your URL has a product or service keyword.

Working to put these tips onto practice can give your site the boost it needs. Just remember to keep working at it because the developments and rules are constantly changing!

by Joyce Kelly SEO Copywriter @ Marketing Agencies in Frederick Md

Yes we are for hire and have a good, better, best plan for you to choose from:
Fees For Search Engine Marketing and Social Media Optimization: Social Media Optimization: 8 hours of one on one consultation, create social media profiles with SEO ranking specifically in mind. First Hour is exploratory, we may or may not choose to represent you, we will discover if we can realistically do something for your product or service in this first hour.
Fee $100.00 per hour or $700 come into our shop at 1446 W Patrick St, Frederick Md or we can do remote log in where we can both move the mouse and I can answer questions over the phone live

Google Places or Google Local Business Listing ranking
Our SEO battle testing is showing us that Google Places (aka Google local business listings) often are the ONLY search results that display on a smartphone! Not only that – some of our local SEO clients report earning more ROI per advertising $ invested from a Google Places ranking rather than an Organic Google ranking. We provide guaranteed ranking in Google places for our small business clients

Many small businesses come to us with excellent ranking in the organic listings (sometimes called the natural search results or the main body of search results) but they are NOT ranking in the 3 pack of Google Maps.

Increasingly people will start using their smart phone instead of a laptop, you need your company to rank in the top 3 or you will be virtually invisible.

Fee for top 3 ranking in Google Places and one listing in the top ten Google organic listings $2500 annually

Internet Advertising Agency in Frederick Md

by Frederick Web Promotions

785 Wembly Dr, Suite H Frederick Maryland 21701

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As a search engine optimization expert who conducts marketing campaigns for small businesses primarily in Maryland I have to say this about Facebook:

You want to sell stuff to people that have money.

You want to sell stuff to people who can actually afford what it is you’re selling

Facebook IS our target market. The demographics are people that have the age, experience, credit score, education, and credibility… None of the above is true for MySpace.

There is a reason the 40 to 50 year old demographic moved to facebook all at once… they had no where else to go! What were they going to do, hang out with the folks with nose rings, tatoos and glitzy ‘pimped profiles’?

Now if you sold ring tones for brightly colored cell phones that are also MP3 players AND did double duty as a Tom Tom… then MySpace is where you want to market.

You want serious people actually capable of buying your product? Facebook IS the only viable answer… and to make it even sweeter… Facebook is where you go to find lost friends, classmates, even the love of your life that got away (now that the two of you are divorced).

I create Ghost Facebook pages for a fee the same way I do Ghost Blogs for my SEO customers. No one need ever know it was me writing the copy… and ALL of my SEO clients are #1 in Google.

Google this: local Google advertising and see who is in the top 2 listings worldwide

Maryland Search Engine Optimization

How to Dominate Google Rankings


Guaranteed Top 10 Google Rankings for each and every client.

How to leave a glowing review of the quality services provided by Commercial Buildings Maintenance Inc on Google:

Google Maps Review Step 1
step one: you must have a gmail account AND a Google account. (it is possible to have one but not the other)

If you don’t already have a gmail account, please go here http://gmail.com and signup for one
it’s a good idea to list a secondary email that you use frequently to have the password sent to you should you forget it.

Google Maps Review Step 2

step two: once signed in to gmail, click on Google account in the upper right corner of the page

Google Review Box

step three, please type in the following: commercial cleaning
that will take you here: http://www.google.com/#hl=en&q=commercial+cleaning

(note this is worldwide search results, we’re currently ranked at #16 worldwide, on the 2ond page of worldwide Google search results)
there will be 3 “pink” listings (paid or sponsored listings)
then the top 3 “organic” or “natural” search listings
then the box with the maps, that’s the local business listings
Google just changed the name of this service from “Google Local Business Listings” to “Google Places”

Local business results for commercial cleaning near Frederick, MD

At the bottom of this 3 pack (that’s what we call it in our industry jargon) there is this link:

More results near Frederick, MD »

As of this post we’re currently #16 worldwide and on Page 2 of about 36,400,000 results

Please click on “Write a review”

Thank you very much for taking the time to jump through all these hoops!

Note to any business owner reading this post: If you cheat, Google WILL FIND OUT. You aren’t the first person to attempt to leave fake reviews. Google knows how many pieces of toilet paper you used to wipe your butt… any fake reviews will be “lost” when the algorithm discovers that the email address used for the review is owned by the business owner or if said fake review was published from the business owners IP address… every possible way to cheat the system has already been attempted and Google engineers have rewritten the code that runs the algorithm to screen out false reviews.

What happens if you do cheat?


Your listing will be degraded (not rank high) until the spam filter determines if those reviews are real or not.

You have no idea how many business owners call me to get their ranking back because they were overzealous in attempting to boost thier own rankings. Frederick Web Promotions can pull your fat out of the fire with the Google Powers That Be for $1500.00

David Bruce Jr

Google Places Consultant Frederick Web Promotions

240 644-7530

7 DEADLY Internet Marketing Blunders Most Small Businesses Make

Inside this booklet is revealed…

The 7 DEADLY Internet Marketing Blunders Most Business Owners Make

By: David Bruce Jr

The 7 Deadly Internet Marketing Blunders Most Business Owners Make…

Brought to you by http://www.FrederickWebPromotions.com

An important note to all business owners…

The internet is a powerful marketing tool. We’re going to cover some of the most important aspects of marketing your business online in this report – but you must keep in mind that there is no guarantee of your success in these pages. While this report will give you invaluable information regarding how you should be marketing your business, there are far too many factors at play to make any such guarantee.

This document is copyrighted and protected by all applicable laws. Reproduction of this document is strictly forbidden unless permission is given by the author prior to reproduction.

© 2010 David Bruce Jr of Frederick Web Promotions

Deadly Mistake #1

Your Call To Action Stinks…

Most business owners just forget this piece completely, so if you even have a call to action on your website, you’re a step ahead of the competition.

But what is a call to action exactly?


A call to action is simply a statement somewhere on your website telling the visitor what to do.

First you’re going to need to decide exactly what action you want a visitor to take. Do you want them to purchase from you right then, or should they contact you for a quote first?

Put this on your website somewhere. Here are some examples for getting visitors to fill out a quote form.

“Just fill out your information below to receive a comprehensive, no-strings-attached, completely free quote from one of our representatives.”

“Fill out the form to receive a free quote from our sales team. Your request will be processed within 24 hours and you will receive a call between the hours you specified in the form.”

Tell your visitor exactly what you want them to do. The more detail, the better.

Bonus Tip: Focus on the benefits your visitor will have if they purchase your product or service. What will change in the way they live their life? Will their coffee be better in the morning? Will they save more money on taxes? How will their life be better because you showed up?

Deadly Mistake #2

Not Collecting Email Addresses

I recently had a conversation with a business owner who we’ll call John. John wasn’t anything special… he had an average business with an average income. He worked about 60 hours a week and spent the weekend at home with his family.

His company was a service business and he provided a good service that helped his clients. He was good at what he did.

There was a problem though… he wasn’t getting enough clients. This is something most business owners can relate to. At times it’s hard to bring customers or clients through the door.

Much of John’s business came from his website. He did well getting his website into the search engines, but wasn’t doing so well with converting visitors into clients.

It wasn’t until he started collecting email addresses through a simple form on his website that he really saw an increase in clientele. Nowadays John’s practice is packed. His schedule is full and he’s been able to double the price he was charging. He was also able to cut back to about 30 hours a week, instead of 60.

By running a simple newsletter sharing valuable information with your customers, you’re going to keep buyers coming back and bringing new buyers through your doors.

Deadly Mistake #3

Failing To Optimize For  Local Search Engine Ranking

Search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing are the closest things to friends your website will ever have. So you have to make sure they play extra nicely together.

By following a few simple rules, you can have your website ranking well in the search results for popular terms in your local area.

Let’s say you wanted to rank well for the search term, “Orlando plumber”. You’d want to make sure that you have that term on your main web page at least three times.

The best places to put search terms are…

  • The title tag
  • The headline
  • The first and last line of content
  • The sidebar
  • And in image ALT tags

Some of these may sound like Greek to you, so talk with your web developer about them and make sure that your website is up to date with terms you’d like to rank for.

Deadly Mistake #4

Failure To Track Statistics, Web Site Traffic Analysis

Yet another factor that is critical to any businesses online (or offline for that matter) success is tracking. You really need to keep track of where your leads and traffic come from so you can replicate and scale any success you have.

Google Analytics is a free website tracking program that will give you each and every statistic you could possibly need for tracking visitors on your website.

By watching closely what people do on your website, you’ll be able to craft an experience that gets visitors to act in exactly the manner you’d like them to.

Going back to Mistake #1, if you want somebody to fill out a contact form, you need to find a way to get them to your contact page. Watch how people interact with your website, then use that as a cue for where to add links to the pages you want visitors to visit the most.

Another stat you need to watch is where people are coming from. Do most of your visitors come from a link the newspaper printed about your business in their online edition? If so, keep trying to get published. If most of your traffic comes from searches, do some optimization and get higher rankings for more terms.

Deadly Mistake #5

Not Focusing on Longtail Keywords

Longtail keywords are a god-send to anybody who uses search engines for traffic. This goes for both paid traffic (See: PPC) and organic traffic.

A longtail keyword is a key term that’s more than three words long.

Examples would be…

  • Orlando plumbing specialists
  • Family doctor in Chicago
  • Remodeling companies near Houston

Since you’re probably a localized business, focus on keywords that use your city name. This way you’re guaranteed to find people who are in your area looking for your services.

Use this tool to search for keywords that have a good number of searches every month.


If you spot anything with more than 400 searches per month, you’d better be bidding on that keyword.

The reason to use these keywords is simple – most businesses aren’t. They still get a lot of traffic, but people just don’t know any better. They are extremely easy to optimize for, and they are much cheaper than the shorter terms if you’re using PPC.

Deadly Mistake #6

Not Focusing On Benefits

If you’re a software company, you know that features are important to buyers. That arena is the only one where that’s important though.

People generally don’t want to know the features of your product. New widgets don’t matter to a buyer unless it has a dramatic impact on the product’s performance.

If your product is 50% stronger than the leading option, focus on how much longer your product will last instead of the space age material it’s made of.

Tell readers just how your product will help their life and you’ll see an instant increase in sales.

Let’s take some features and turn them into benefits.

  • Feature: Your software uses SQL databases to store a users information.
  • Benefit: All information is encrypted and stored securely where hackers can never touch it – keeping your identity safe.
  • Feature: The latest video uses new Blu-Ray technology.

    Benefit: By using Blu-Ray, we’ve increased quality by 200%, making the instructions easier to see than ever. Now you’ll be able to see each cut in exquisite detail just like it was right in front of you.
  • Feature: Now included with a one-touch speed dial marker.

Benefit: Never enter another number into speed dial again – simply hit the * key after a phone call, and the number will automatically be entered into your speed dial.

You can see just how powerful this will be for selling people on your products.

Deadly Mistake #7

Not Marketing Using Emotions

People buy on emotion and justify using logic. No matter the product or group you’re selling to this is true.

Even if you’re marketing to businesses you need to use emotion to sell. If, for example, you were selling to the accounting portion of fortune 500 companies, you should focus on what goes through the buyer’s mind.

Most of those buyers have bosses they must go through before the sale is made. He’d likely need to be reassured that this decision would be a good one for his career in order to buy.

You’re going to need to talk with potential buyers in order to find out what sort of emotions they go through when making a purchase. Most of the time they won’t give you an answer straight-away, so you’ll have to infer from his statements just what’s going on in his mind.

Once you get this right though, you may never have to write another ad again…

Using emotional selling is by-far the most important thing you can do for your advertising. This goes for both online and offline sales.

Move Your Reader To Action Using Command Copy!

From the ‘guru’marketers to multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 companies most of them have one thing in common – All Use Command Copy!

You see it on sales letters and on television: Act Now!Order Now! – Pick Up The Phone And Call Now!Do it Now!Take Action Today!

Command copy creates impulses to act!

It has the power to make a reader actually pick up the phone and order when otherwise he would have put it off if the command had not been given.

I’m not saying you turned him into a robot that had to obey you and order. I’m saying that when you gave the command to: ‘Go Ahead And Order Now‘ ..you helped give him the impulse to act. You ‘opened’ his mind up to the thought of actually going ahead and picking up the phone to call. Tell your reader exactly what he should do and it will shock you when you discover he actually does it!

Is this hard to believe?

It has been proven through millions of dollars in testing sales letters and tv commercials both with and without command copy. The differences in responses are astounding!

The owner of a popular real estate package being sold on cable tv reported that when they put the words “Get up and call now – 1-800-xxx-xxxx” across the bottom of the screen and added a part at the end where he again gave the order to ‘get up and call now‘ the commercial immediately began making a profit whereas every time it was ran before it lost money!

Your reader or the TV viewer may be blown away by your product. He may sit hypnotized by the thoughts of all he could do with your product. But unless you tell him to order now and show him a clear and easy way to do it, he may just keep right on sitting there spaced out about your product but never actually making the move to order it.

Thank you for taking the time to read through this short report. I’d love to have a chance to talk with you for even just 10 minutes about your current marketing strategy to see if there is any way we can improve it by using the power of the internet.

It’s possible that by making a few small changes, you could see huge results. So please, give me a call at 240-644-7530 and we can set up a time to meet.

Thank you again for reading this report.

Yours in business,

David Bruce Jr

Frederick Web Promotions

50 Citizens Way

Suite 400

Frederick, Maryland, 21701




Why is your company website not showing up in Google Local Listings?

What’s the most valuable part of your website and blog?

The title and the opening line of text.

The first words out your mouth need to be what your prospect wants… NOT what you want to say about yourself.

No One Gives a Damn Who You Are

Nor do they really care if you “welcome them to your website”

The most common gross tactical error I see in company websites of all kinds is to open with:

“Welcome to our website”

Your prospects care about one thing and one thing only: What they’re searching for and are you local.

keywords + geographical area.

Give Google’s customer (it’s users, the people who use Google to search for anything and everything) what they want and Google will give you what you want.

The audience to please is, in this order: Make Google’s users happy, Give Google what it wants, then give your prospects what they want. You come in dead last in this pecking order.

Let’s analyze this: if your company isn’t in the top spot in Google, no one will ever see your website. A website’s sole purpose, it’s only reason for existance is to PERFORM in Google Search Results Pages (aka serps). It’s a waste of time, effort and money to craft a website if said website doesn’t show up in the top ten, the first page of search results.

To pull this off you have to give Google what it wants… and what Google wants is for it’s users to find what they want… and they way they do that is this and this alone:

keywords + geographical area

not keywords + geographical area, people search for X, then quickly discover Google returns search results for X in other states, not where they are. They clicked back and added the geographical area they are located in.

Another gross tactical marketing error on most company websites, real estate websites/ blogs included is:

keywords PLURAL, most business owners selfishly want people to think they are the sole supplier for X in a region. It’s human nature, your prospects on the other hand are NOT searching for ONE suppiler, they’re searching for the plural of a keyword.

Take lawyers for example, I have attorneys as local SEO clients, our competition is touting themselves as divorce laywer in X or criminal lawyer in X

The people searching for a lawyer are looking for lawyerS, attorneyS not one attorney.

So what text do you open with? How do you come up with a single line that sells the sizzle, not the steak?

Go to a blank Google page, begin to type, Google “suggest” searches before you finish typing, what you’re looking at is previous search querries, that tells you someone already has interest in that as a keyword phrase. You might want to use that exact phrase because many people are likely to simply scroll down and search for that.

If that tactic (use Google’s suggested searches) doesn’t prompt you with ideas for an opening line, you could use Google’s keyword tool for ideas.


I’ll close this post with one last pet peeve… I guess I look kinda jaded, ya think? I keep getting local SEO clients that “think” they know what they want, I refuse to help someone commit Google Ranking Suicide. I have too many people on my waiting list to put up with a stubborn client. A consultants job is “horse led to water, drink or don’t drink”

Google adwords, I’m sure you know what they are. In adwords companies bid on keywords, the higest bidder gets the top spot… well not really

There is a quality score google uses, if your site’s quality score is higher you don’t have to be the highest bidder to get the highest rank. If you purport your site is about X and X isn’t prominently displayed on your site… your quality score goes down and the price you get charged per bidding goes up.

How do you get a better quality score? make the very first words out of your mouth be the keywords you’re shooting for.

The algorithm that determines googlemaps ranking (Google local business listings is Googlemaps) also uses the quality score algorithm,

David Bruce Jr Regional Search Engine Marketing based in Frederick Maryland serving the entire US

Facebook Pages Ghostwritten, Social Media Management, Local Internet Advertising and more.

Google Local Business Listing Ranking Improved $1500.00

240 644-7530 davidbrucejr@frederickwebpromotions.com

Local Google Advertising Strategiest David Bruce Jr of Frederick Web Promotions


title tag (make it the keywords you’re wanting to be found under)
description tag (keywords first, geographical area second)
paragraph headings (make them bold and on their own line)
Use H2 Tags to Feature your Business Address
Use H1 Tags Feature your Phone Number

Negative Reviews on Online Review Sites Causing You Heartache?

Links were currency in SEO for years… now it seems, Reviews Are Currency!

The web has revolutionized a great deal since its advent. From simply being a store-house of information, it has transformed itself into an expansive platform that facilitates interaction and knowledge sharing. Blogs and forums are a crucial part of this new-age phenomena. They are excellent places for people to talk about their business and invite other users to throw in their “two cents” worth on any topic.

While positive comments about your business are always welcome, sometimes you need to be prepared for negative remarks as well. They may come from dissatisfied customers or grumping clients or just about anyone who is not very happy with your company. Such negative comments definitely put forward a negative impression about your business to other users who read it.

However, the trick is not to evade negative comments and bury them deep so that no one can find them. Rather, you need to be confront those negative comments upright and reply effectively in order to protect your reputation in the market.

Here are some tips about how to handle negative comments posted on blogs and forums about your business

If You Can’t Delete it… Join In

It’s easy to manage negative comments on your company blog. All you need to do is moderate the comments before they appear on the blog so that you can delete anything that tries to throw a bad light on your company. However, what if the negative comment is on some other blog or forum of which you have no control? You may ask the webmaster to delete it, but this will serve no good if the blog is an open community. Therefore, what you can do is – join in the conversation. If you can’t delete the blog posit, make sure you counter-strike it in your response.

Respond Quickly

Don’t wait until a host of new persons have read the negative remark about your business before you decide to make your case and present your position. Rather, respond immediately! Even if you can’t think of a solution immediately, just post a note saying a customer representative will get back with an appropriate solution and that your business always adheres to the highest standards. This way, you will be part of the discussion instead of being the topic of a negative remark. Moreover, it will show audiences that your company is considerate about the issues of customers and responds to their concerns.

Make an Impression

Negative comments can sometimes be a boon in disguise. If you acknowledge a legitimate problem immediately and provide an instant solution, it will strengthen your reputation in the market. This will not only earn you the respect (and adoration) but also a whole lot of fans! People appreciate candor and honesty and how you respond back to a dissatisfied customer could be your chance to get more people to become your customers.

Open a Discussion

Positive comments are nice to hear but they hardly make people stand up and take notice. Instead people tend to taken more notice of a negative feedback and a subsequent reply! Negative comments about your business and your counter response to that comment open up the gates for a full-blown discussion and encourage other users to join it. With social media networks in place, this can make you popular overnight. However, do make sure that you win the battle and establish yourself as a business who has not only solved a customer concern but one that has in-depth knowledge about the industry and markets.

Disclaimer : Sabra Easterday is the owner and founder of MatchB2B. Sabra is also a lawyer with a special interest in business issues and e-marketplaces. Notwithstanding that Sabra Easterday is a lawyer, nothing in this article and no services of MatchB2B or its website are legal services
and no attorney-client relationship exists between any reader of this article or user, customer or potential customer of MatchB2B, and MatchB2BArticle Search, its website or Sabra Easterday.


Sabra Easterday is the founder and managing member of MatchB2B, an online trading and online bidding platform. The website is also an excellent platform for business networking and business advertising.


The newest Game Changer is a Googlemaps Listing. For some reason  people trust a Googlemaps listing because they think it’s a trusted body deciding who gets to rank #1. Very Few, and I mean VERY FEW Seo firms are providing improved ranking in Googlemaps

I’m happy to say I’m one of the very few that can deliver that service.

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