Scranton based Pegasus Ventures blog discusses issues relating to small business as it relates to the internet and getting the most out of web presence.
Facebook ends the gray verification check on business pages
QR Codes for small business, to use or not to use
In responding to bad actors we need to know the audience and it’s not the person who gave the miserable review. Aim answers to the hundreds or thousands of people seeing the review and response over the coming years.
A restaurant with 1,000 followers generating an average of just 3 additional visits each year per follower with a check average of $15 results in $45,000 in additional sales annually.
Facebook job listings comes as free and “boosted” listings small businesses pay Facebook to display to Facebook users looking for work. Generally, the free job listings work just fine. Facebook users find a job listing based on the address of the job and their proximity to the job.
Stronger search engine optimization works better with a growing library of images. An image library ensures content ready to add to a website as well as cross posting to social media platforms and a website keeping everything fresh.
Providing the basics in an instant reply using Messenger on your Facebook Business page Let customers know what to expect in terms of replies by letting them know calling the business gets faster service and provide the telephone number and, also, link the Facebook user to a website to get more information.
Promoting a contracting or small service company takes very little time; it takes a habit, learn more from Pennsylvania website designer Pegasus Ventures
Customers want information from your small business, why deny them?
It’s pretty simple, really. People want information from small businesses they visit online.
Pop-up requests offer one more avenue to generate sales and interest, why not give your customer the information?