Internet Marketing for Architects – Course Outline
Level 1 Part C – Local Marketing

Local Marketing – Google + Local pages and other listing services

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INTERNET MARKETING FOR ARCHITECTS TRAINING COURSE 2014
LEVEL 1, PART C

Local Marketing—Google+ Local and Other Online Directories

© Copyright 2014 by Eric Bobrow, all rights reserved
For more information about the Internet Marketing for Architects Course, visit: http://internetmarketingforarchitects.com

 

LEVEL 1 – PART C

[0:12:48]

So what this is is I really made this to be a do-it-yourself guide.  And I’ll say that the—if you are using WordPress you should really not need almost any technical expertise outside of what you’re already learning from Eric.  And we’re going to touch on such things as on-page optimization and registrations.  But for your website edits and your onsite registrations, Eric definitely does go further into it.

Also included in here you’ll see some links to other articles and some more resources, just by a third party, you know, businesses—businesses of websites and blogs that you can use to get more information.

So what I did is I brought up the local listings here for “architect.”  And what I’d like you to do is just take a moment to see through the eyes of your potential client.  Whenever—imagine that you are Bill and Jill and you decide, let’s, you know, we want to do a custom house and what we need to do is find an architect to do that for us.  Well, right off the bat the broadest term is generally the most searched term.  So for architects it’s going to be “architect.”  Now from there people will go further down to find maybe a residential architect or a home architect.  If it’s a business, maybe a commercial architect.  But for the most part, just that simple word “architect” is going to get a lot of searches locally.  [0:16:18] Click Here For Access To The Full Course

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  1. JulieKardatzke
    4 years ago

    I thought that Eric or Justin said that a list of architect-related directories would be posted on this site. Is that still the plan? I’m also wondering if there will be a lesson outline for this session.


  2. AmyNowak-Palmerini
    4 years ago

    Wasn’t able to attend this session live, but finally got to catch up. At about 11:00 minutes into the presentation, Justin indicated that he shared a document with attendees via google docs. Is it possible to have this document to reference on this page?