A fallacy exists within the local business community. This fallacy states that local brick and mortar businesses don"t need to market on the internet. These businesses say that local businesses don"t need local internet marketing.
Unfortunately, this is not entirely correct.
So, in simple math, if 80% of research generates 50% of purchase decisions and 60% of the sales, that means potentially 24% of all of the purchases are made online. The impact of local internet marketing seems quite simple based on these numbers. If a potential customer or client can"t find your website, you lose the sale 50% of the time.
What could your business do with a 24% increase in sales?
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