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Virginia SBDC

What a Small Business Needs to Know About Google - What to Do and Not to Do

May
21
2021
Fri 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Getting your local business found on Google is important to future success. The sooner you start working on your Google presence, the better. In this session, you'll learn:

• How to get your Google My Business set up

• How to get optimize your Google My Business info to maximize your visibility

• How to get reviews and how to reply to them

• How to optimize your website for conversions

• How to optimize your website for page one rankings and more....

This session is ideal for any business that needs local advertising and visibility on Google

This workshop will be online via Zoom. Attendees will receive a link post registration, as well as a reminder two days before the event.

This session will be recorded for record-keeping, quality assurance, and training purposes

Prior to starting Third Marble Marketing in 2009, Chris spent 9 years at First STREET as their VP & COO of Marketing. In 2005, Chris re-designed the company’s website and won one of the nationally coveted “Internet Retailer’s Top 50 Best of the Web” Awards, joining the ranks of such online retailers as Best Buy and Amazon. Before joining First STREET, Chris spent 3 years as the Director of Marketing and E-commerce at J.Jill in Boston, MA where he developed J.Jill’s first e-commerce website, generating over $80 million in its first year. Chris started his marketing career with Comtrad in 1992 and helped launch their first website in 1995 (before Amazon.com sold their first book). Chris proudly graduated from Virginia Tech with degrees in Operation Research and Industrial and Systems Engineering.

Speaker(s): Chris Fawcett


Fee: No Cost

Phone: 804-629-7861

Location

Capital Region SBDC
7814 Carousel Lane, Suite 100 Richmond, VA 23294


U.S. Small Business Administration, George Mason University, and America's SBDC

All programs of the Virginia SBDC are open to the public on a non-discriminatory basis.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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