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We’re kicking of this year with a bang, releasing a MUST-READ ebook topic: Local SEO Marketing.

Yes, there’s an abyss of local SEO marketing content covering a vast number of options for small businesses to locally market services and products.

The list is long, including marketing and advertising options such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Yellow Pages, Yodle, CitySearch, MerchantCircle, Door-to-Door hangers, and many more…

But I’m not covering those topics in this book. I’m sharing and showing you another less traveled road that only a few are dare to travel.

That’s right, I’ve worked quite hard over the last year researching and experimenting with a variety of techniques and strategies to command local market share for a range of businesses.

And I wrote an ebook to share with you and the world about what I learned in my quest to understand local SEO marketing for myself and others.

In short, getting more revenue and customers in a local market can be quite the challenge for the every day small business and it’s owner (that’s you and me too!).

After all, I’ve been there with my own businesses, and executing local SEO marketing is not an easy nut to crack.  Why, you ask?

I know you’re wondering how much this ebook costs, right?

This ebook package is valued at nearly $50,000 when considering the hours I’ve spent researching and experimenting over the last year.

The Local Domain SEO ebook offerings are $29 for basic and $49 for premium.

What does the ebook cover?

This ebook is a beginner’s guide about how to use a sound search marketing strategy to position your business to command your local market’s share.

In a basic and premium package, I included quite an assortment of tools and tutorials to make learning local some marketing quite easy to learn, manage and sustain.

Here’s a quick glimpse what you’ll learn about local SEO marketing:

  • Why your business should invest and brand a keyword in it’s domain
  • How your domain might be holding you back more than you think and know
  • How to quietly win local market share with service or product focused websites
  • How to bypass your competition and search engines to reduce marketing costs while increasing revenues and market share
  • How your competition is beating your business with nothing more than a postal code
  • How your business’ riches are in the niches

Click here to purchase copy of Local Domain SEO ebook.

As much as I cover the various local SEO techniques and strategies your business should use, I also give insight into the various failures of what you shouldn’t do.

I’m quite pleased with how the ebook turned out. All the many days and hours of applying local SEO marketing using domains has paid off, and you can reap the benefits of my handwork by purchasing your copy today.

As I said at the start, the Local Domain SEO ebook offerings are $29 for basic and $49 for premium (this offer will be up for just a couple days).

Oh and before I forget, if you find the book useful, then it would be awesome if you could share this page with someone you know who can use this ebook.

Click here to purchase copy of Local Domain SEO ebook.

P.S. Visit LocalDomainSEO.com now and download your FREE cheat sheet: 5 Steps to Improve Local SEO Ranking.

Meet Alvin Brown

He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable digital strategies for greater commerce.

2 Responses to How to quietly command your local market share

  • David says:

    Most local businesses need a simple and sustainable local social media strategy that delivers revenue-generating results. While Facebook and Twitter have seen growing numbers of users, one more benefit I think is to grow your fan base, find real-time leads and share relevant content across some other established social channels that you can use in your promotion strategy as well.

    • Alvin Brown says:

      Hi David,

      Thanks for your comment. I do agree that Facebook and Twitter are good resources for local business to increase customers and revenues. As it pertains to Facebook, the one thing to watch out for is that your competitors can use your page to place ads targeting your fans. I’ve seen many businesses get bit by this bug. Thanks again.

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