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Enter your first name, your email address, and the name of a business you’d like to gather insights on. We’ll scan the business in 6 key categories and send you a report within a few minutes.
Uncover your business’ marketing performance in 6 categories
1. Business Listings
The Snapshot Report aggregates data from over 70 directories to show you:
Number of listings
Accuracy of listings
All business types need accurate listings on a lot of directories to ensure people can find you online.
Put your business on the map with an abundance of accurate listings.
The Snapshot Report aggregates data from over 30 customer review sites to highlight:
Number of reviews
Recency of reviews
Local businesses must continually collect fresh reviews and strive for a 4-5 star review rating to establish trust and credibility.
Turn your online presence into a memorable first impression.
3. Social Media
The Snapshot Report pits your business’ social presence against that of similar businesses in regards to:
Number of posts
Size of audience
Local businesses must keep their followers engaged to grow their audience and build brand loyalty.
Grow your engagement, grow your audience.
The Snapshot Report leverages Google PageSpeed Insights to assess a prospect’s website for:
Local businesses need a mobile-friendly site that delivers the information people seek in order to make buying decisions.
Turn conversions up to 10.
5. Digital Advertising
The Snapshot Report recommends keywords that will generate the most impressions and clicks for your business. The report also identifies how you stack up against your competitors.
Number of paid keywords
Monthly paid clicks
Monthly ad budget
Local businesses need to own the right keywords to ensure that their target audience knows about them.
Uncover golden opportunities with search, social, and display advertising.
6. Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
The Snapshot Report identifies how your business’ organic keyword performance stacks up against your competitors’.
Number of keywords
Monthly value of clicks
Local businesses need to own popular keywords to ensure potential customers find you before your competitors.
Climb to the top (Google) spot.