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#140 Conference Road Trip through Dayton
Join us Sunday at Blind Bob’s in the Oregon District for the social media event of the year.
Jeff Pulver will stop in Dayton on Sunday, August 22 from 3 to 5 p.m. to lead another of his “The State of Now” conversations with people from throughout the Dayton area.
For complete information, including the list of people attending and driving directions, go to Jeff’s road show registration page.
Who is Jeff Pulver? If you’ve ever made a phone call with your computer or over the Internet for free or very inexpensively, Jeff is one of the guys to thank.
Among the tools Google offers for free to business are Places and Maps along with a nifty coupon service.
You want to take ownership of the information Google displays about your business in Google Maps by creating a Google account and claiming your business profile. Google will call or e-mail your business to confirm that you indeed represent the business. Google provides PIN that you enter online to authenticate your business account.
Then make sure that all of the information about your business is up to date, accurate, and includes the keywords you’ve identified about your business, products and services, location and customers to help improve your search ranking. Read the rest of this entry »
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