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How to Learn from Your Mistakes

Advice on Humility, Honesty and Growth in Marketing and in Life “I think my only fault is my excessive humility.” — someone’s dad While we would like to never make a misstep in marketing, it is inevitable that if you work long enough in the field you will make mistakes. Mistakes are a fact of […]

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ADA Compliance for Websites: A Quick Understanding

If you own a business, you have probably heard of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA for short. According to ada.gov, the ADA is “civil rights legislation that prohibits discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else to participate in the mainstream of American life.” This is a […]

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Marketing in Lockdown: Five Changes You Need to Make Right Now

by Monica Simmons The Coronavirus outbreak has changed daily living all over the world. It has forced us as individuals to adapt to a new way of doing things in a short amount of time. Similarly, business leaders have had to pivot their operations quickly. As businesses adjust to this #newnormal, it is critical to […]

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How to Build Better URLs in Six Simple Steps

by Brian Lentz Have you ever clicked on a link and been confused on where you wound up? — what exactly does that “z!2xlm” mean in http://wesite.com/lmnop/z!2xlm/gtmhadalittlelamb? If so, you probably just left the website to find a better-organized one with a better URL. Building a perfect URL structure may not be a huge SEO […]

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Google Analytics

An Introduction to Google Analytics Metrics

New to Google Analytics? Here Is a Helpful Breakdown By Christina Torchia Are you overwhelmed by the many different reporting options and metrics you see on your Google Analytics dashboard? Know that you are not alone. After just a few clicks into your website analytics, you may find yourself down a rabbit hole that you […]

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How to Build Rapport with Your Clients

Seven Tips to Build Long-Lasting Relationships with Your Clients By Matt Insley Building rapport is essential for anyone that interacts with clients. Sometimes, especially early in the relationship, it could be daunting and nerve-wracking as you feel out your new client for what they are like. Here are some helpful tips and tricks that you […]

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Preparing for the New Normal: What I’m Learning About Myself and Marketing

In recent weeks, the United States has faced incredible adversity as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread. We’ve seen heroism from doctors, nurses, medical researchers and other healthcare workers who are at the forefront of providing essential care and medical innovation. In many cases, state and national legislators have stepped up to promote public health […]

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Google Is Giving Away $340 Million Worth of Ad Credits

Google Is Giving Away $340 Million in Ad Credits – What Does This Mean for Your Business?

Google Ad Credits Breakdown By Brittany Piper Google has announced that it will be giving $340 million in ad credits to small and medium-sized businesses worldwide. According to Google, an advertiser must have been active since January 1st of 2019 to qualify. At ChoiceLocal, we interpret this as an account that was created on or […]

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Growth Through the Downturn

Growth Through the Downturn

ChoiceLocal Partners, It is a complete and total honor to serve you, your company and your employees — especially at this time due to our ability to drive revenue for you when you may need it most. I am happy to report that the vast, vast majority of ChoiceLocal’s partners are seeing growth in their […]

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4 Ways to Make Your Business Thrive in Times of Economic Distress

How Businesses Can Weather the Economic Storm and Come Out on Top By Greg Soltes Revenue shocks and the cyclical nature of the economic cycle can threaten all businesses. In addition, small businesses are particularly vulnerable as they often do not have the reserves to weather times of slowing growth or sales. Implementing the below […]

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