How to get a massive local Kettering audience for your business.
The numbers are important, so how many people can you get your business in front of?
There are many ways to promote your business and I’m sure we have tried most of them so let's have a look at some of them.
Firstly the reactive way, being on the internet with our websites.
If we do it right generally we are on the front page of Google and other search engines, but how many search for you each month?
This is fine when people are looking for what you do, they should stand a good chance of finding you.
Next is the proactive way.
Do you have a database of clients you can contact when there is something relevant to tell them. Keeping in touch is useful and reminders every so often will work.
Also being proactive on social media will have an effect if you do it correctly but that can be another long story!
So doing these well can have an effect but you need the numbers to do it to.
Look how many unique visitors come to your website, how many customers can you email, what is your reach on Facebook?
It takes time to build these contacts and we can help instantly in several ways:
On average 20,000 local people visit The Best of Kettering each month, we can make your business more visible to these site visitors and then differentiate you from your competitors.
Our database of local community members receive a newsletter each week from us, these go to over 12,000 people and can feature your business offers, events or articles.
Facebook is interactive and we reach around 14,000 each month with local news etc and about your business.
We have started doing Facebook Remarketing, sending adverts about your business to our site visitors. In the last 2 month we have reached 77,000 locals!
Now you can have a share in this vast local audience by simply being a member of The Best of Kettering, using our strength to get to the local community.
If you would like to know how to be a part of our network of top local businesses please just call Stuart on 01536 303304 now for a brief chat and a coffee.