We're heading to San Francisco! Join us at the 2016 Street Fight Summit West for a day filled with insight on Mobile attribution and ROI, self-service, VR/AR, delivery and ecommerce, content that makes the register ring and more! Speakers include: Dave Krantz, CEO, YP Marco Zappacosta, CEO Thumbtack Ania Smith, Head of Business Operations, AirBNB
How to Use Event Marketing Online to Drive Local Sales It's critical for brands to master location-based marketing in this era of mobile-first consumers and local search. In this webinar, Rio SEO and Hallmark will present case studies and best practices on how brands and enterprises can use event marketing specifically to drive local traffic
SAN DIEGO, CA (Feb 03, 2016) - Rio SEO, the leader in automated local and mobile search software, is pleased to announce the integration of the recently launched Google My Business API with the Rio OpenLocal software platform. This new development grants Rio SEO’s 100+ multi-location retailers and service providers enhanced access at improved speeds to
Over the past couple of years, local search marketing has become a necessity for every business, big or small. Making sure your business is present on Google, Bing and Yelp is critical, yet big brands have struggled to make their marketing dollars produce the maximum benefit. Traditionally, brands have looked to paid advertising to ensure
Unannounced desktop feature enables users to find highest rated businesses in their area on Facebook. Early in November, Facebook prompted me with a carousel to review locations I had visited around this time last year. This early move by Facebook to create more relevant community feedback content for businesses seems especially relevant now that we’ve seen
By using beacon technology, a national advertiser is able to pinpoint a consumer’s precise location in a store, serving up a highly relevant ad in response to a mobile search. For digital marketers, this is the ultimate game changer. This whitepaper explores the latest insights and tactics enterprise brands are using to convert online searches to offline
Smartphones have become ubiquitous in the shopping process, from discovery to comparison-shopping to actually completing transactions. The trend to mobile has dramatically and permanently changed the way shoppers look for local business information. People are increasingly searching for local business data while they’re on the go and even while in-store considering a purchase. In fact,
T’was a month before Black Friday and all through the industry…. The holiday 2015 retail season may be significantly higher than last year – the National Retail Federation’s annual survey of shoppers found that most intended to spend 1% more per respondent with an average spend per shopper of $805 – which is the highest in survey history for the NRF. For the 90% of shoppers who purchase in-store in this season, digital experiences are more important than ever, with more than 80% of shoppers engaging with brands and retailers online before visiting a store.