Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Watch out for the penguins. Hilarious! (Camtasia created video)

I laughed my butt off and wanted to share this and also play with some features on a video software I am excited about called Camtasia.
Penguins are a Polar bears best friend...

Have you ever wanted to learn how to create, edit and share a video. Well Camtasia was used for this short Penguin video.

Hope it at least gives you a great laugh. If you have another program you recommend other then Camtasia let me know.

Live Life, Love fully and Make a difference

Pierre Rattini
CFG at Biz Buzz Media

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Friday, December 24, 2010

happy Holidays, Merry Christmas from Jacqueline Maas and Pierre Rattini

Happy Holidays.

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We love you and wish we were with you!

Jacqueline and Pierre

Happy Holidays and Seasons Greetings from Biz Buzz Media

Thank You!

Thank You!

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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Last minute Christmas gift using Facebook Places and Foursquare

Are you scrambling. I hope this helps.

Amplify’d from lifehacker.com

Use Facebook Places and Foursquare to Find Last-Minute Gift IdeasUse Facebook Places and Foursquare to Find Last-Minute Gift IdeasWhat's the point of all those check-ins your friends inundate you with? Who cares that they checked in at a boutique liquor store or Korean taco truck? Two days before gift-giving zero-hour, you should. Use check-ins as a last-minute gift guide.

Commenter prb dropped off this idea in our #tips box, and it's a good, timely bit of advanced common sense. Ask people, or friends of those people, what they'd like, and they'll often draw a blank. Look at where they actually go each day, or where they semi-publicly brag about going, and you'll get some workable ideas for last-minute gift certificates. Facebook Places is the easy way in for people already friends on Facebook; if you have to sign up for Foursquare and ask for a friend approval, it's not too much of an effort for the pay-off.

Read more at lifehacker.com

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Smiles, Sales and Leadership Equal Management Excellence

Employees mirror the treatment they receive from their leaders. Surprise, well not really right?

The fascinating and emerging field of social neuroscience is often common sense.

Hope this brings you value! If it did like it and share with your connections.
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Management Excellence

Ideas and approaches in business performance excellence.

Smiles, Sales and Leadership

The smile may be the single most powerful sales tool ever
I enjoy observing how the help in stores engage with their customers. What you see and hear speaks volumes about the leaders they work for.
Want to know how people feel about their jobs and their bosses? It’s on their faces. Employees mirror the treatment they receive from their leaders.
While this theme begs some additional reading in the emerging field of social neuroscience (Goleman et. al), it really comes down to common sense.
My Experience in the Big Box: Welcome to Zombieland!
Walk into some big box stores and spend a few minutes observing people. The cashiers don’t make eye contact with their customers and a smile is a rare sighting. The few available floor clerks seem to head the other way when a customer with a puzzled look on his face enters the area.  You get the impression that some transformation has taken place, sucking the joy of life out of the employees.
Seriously, for people to be so socially cold, they truly must hate their work, their boss or whatever fate brought them there.  Evidence wasn’t far away during a recent, rare visit, as I was able to observe someone in a suit (probably corporate) dressing down a small team of employees (in front of customers) for clearly not following some arcane procedure somewhere. The employees were staring at their shoes, while this creepy, arrogant little reject from leader school attempted to showcase his authority.
I couldn’t wait to get of out that store, and I wondered why it was that compelled me to walk through the doors in the first place. The bosses own responsibility for creating that hell-like, night of the living dead atmosphere.
A Little Honey, A Little Vinegar on Main Street
Once I recovered from the big box experience, I continued my holiday rounds on our community’s Main Street, where I experienced both the good and the bad from small business leadership.
I visited one of my wife’s favorite shops and shop owners, where I was greeted with a handshake and personally walked through the process of selecting items that I have no qualifications to select. I spent at least twice as much as I intended and left feeling great.
The treatment was fantastic, and it appeared to be the de facto standard for everyone who walked in the door. The employees dealt with customers in the same happy, respectful and helpful fashion as their boss, and the cash register was clearly ringing.
Now,  I needed one more item, and this great shop owner sent me down the block to another Main street merchant, where once again, I was back in retail leadership hell.
I walked into the brightly colored store (good) and observed the owner and an employee huddled over something that must have been really important. I said “hello” and received two clearly annoyed stares followed by a curt and unsmiling greeting.  Intrigued, I mentioned the shop owner that had sent me this way, and this time was met with silence. I milled around a little, found what I was looking for, and decided that the lack of interest on their part was mutual. I set the item down, went home and ordered it on-line.  No smile, no interest, no sale.
As an aside, all of you sales and marketing pros, contemplate what just happened in this last incident. A customer with need and money (highly qualified), was sent to the store (a referral) by a store owner (high credibility, high probability of making a purchase) , and all of that hard work was flushed down the toilet of indifference. Repeat that a few times over every month and one might bet (hope) this store is no longer around next year. A qualified lead and a valued referral…all retail road kill due to indifference.
The Bottom-Line for Now:
The greatest selling technique ever, might just be direct eye contact and a smile. Leaders, send someone out to shop in your stores or visit your place of business and observe how employees are dealing with customers.  The results might truly frighten you. And then do something about it!
And leaders, in what parallel universe do you come from where “not giving a crap” about your customers is a good plan? I don’t care if you’re the general manager of a Big Box or, the owner of a small retailer, know that one of the unarguable rules of the universe is that happy employees make happy customers.
Give your employees a reason to smile, and they’ll make you smile at the top and bottom lines.
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CEO Wealth Creation Index for 2010

Want to know who created wealth and who destroyed it and how/why they did it?

I thought so.

Amplify’d from www.chiefexecutive.net

2010 CEO Wealth Creation Index Shows a Few Surprises

The third annual ranking of the Chief Executive magazine/Applied Finance Group wealth creators—and destroyers—sees new contenders surface and several that sustained performance through tough times.

By Drew Morris and Michael Burdi

Now in its third year, the CEO wealth creation index developed by Chief Executive magazine, Applied Finance Group and Great Numbers! attempts to identify those business leaders who have performed best in creating true economic value—as opposed to mere accounting value—as measured by GAAP metrics. Creating value is, after all, why CEOs do what they do. The WCI leans heavily on the concept of economic margin (EM). (EM measures the degree to which a company makes money in excess of its risk-adjusted cost of capital.) While there is no single metric that is perfect, EM comes close, in that it isn't dependent on share price in assessing management's impact on value creation. (The rankings do not include REITs among the S&P 500 and only assess companies whose CEO has been in the job for at least three years in order to get a fair appraisal of CEO actions under varying conditions. For more details on methodology, see "Ranking CEO Wealth Creation".)

The past 12 months have not been an easy time to grow—or for companies with high levels of EM to maintain them. The more profitable a company is, the more difficult it is to maintain high levels of profitability when competitors step up and target market leaders. Some companies find that the "easy money"—high margins on a product or market—ultimately dries up. Also, if a business model is successful and a company is making healthy profits, it becomes a target.

Similarly, the regulatory environment can make it difficult for companies to maneuver. Both financial and healthcare companies have become the worst-performing sectors over the last 12 months. Even the well-managed ones struggle with maintaining past success. For example, Master- Card, which led the rankings last year, couldn't maintain its change in EM momentum and slipped to No. 24, still a respectable score. Federated Investors, however, has consistently stayed in the top three since the WCI's inception.

In entering the S&P 500 this year, Priceline.com vaulted to the top of this year's rankings. The company's EM had been dragged down in earlier years, but was consistently high in more recent years. It has also had tremendous success in moving its U.S. business model to international markets, with non-U.S. revenue doubling last year to top U.S. revenue. In addition, Priceline kept its operating costs in check, limiting them to 20 percent of year-on-year growth while pursuing an industry-leading growth in revenues of 27 percent. This allowed the firm to take market share from Expedia, another high scorer. Because the company offers a commodity product in a cutthroat industry marked by extreme ease of entry, it's difficult to assess whether Priceline can maintain its high-wire act. CEO Jeffrey Boyd says, "The most important metric we use is gross bookings growth, which refers to the overall value of all the travel products we sell. The Internet and online travel are still in their infancy in many parts of the world. As a global business, our focus is on increasing overall sales and building our market share. We also look to maintain or improve our net operating margins so we can grow profitably. When interim results don't match expectations, our management team evaluates whether it is a supply, marketing or cost issue and makes adjustments accordingly."

As the online travel market grows more saturated it will be more difficult to differentiate. But Priceline enjoys a healthy balance sheet and has slightly less cash than debt, so it gets high marks for managing growth and profitability.

Other stellar wealth creators include Jeffrey Bezos of Amazon and Douglas Baker of Ecolab, both of whom return to the top 10 from last year, showing that strong execution skills translate into wealth-creating staying power. Daniel Amos of Aflac, Steve Jobs of Apple, Ian Cook of Colgate-Palmolive, John Wiehoff of C.H. Robinson Worldwide and Daniel Hambuger of DeVry return in 2010 among the high scorers. David Yost of Amerisource Bergen, Theodore Solso of Cummins, Gregory Johnson of Franklin Resources, Mark Templeton of Citrix Systems, Chris Begley of Hospira and James Rohr of PNC Financial were among the leaders who advanced at least 100 positions in ranks since 2009.

Less stellar performances were logged by Windstream's Jeffrey Gardner, ConAgra's Gary Rodkin and FirstEnergy's Anthony Alexander, who are all among those who dropped more than 100 places since last year.

Click here to view complete list of companies and their respective rankings

See more at www.chiefexecutive.net

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Liberty Mutual empowering LinkedIn Professionals to become social. Finally!

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I am super excited to see the financial world engaging socially with their clients and prospects. I have spoken to many insurance and financial professionals about them feeling handcuffed by laws and regulations prohibitting them from using these tools.

 If you are still not using social media and mobile marketing you are behind and it is getting worse daily.

 Do you know more about this topic and the regulations handcuffing these professionals? Please share you knowledge.
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Liberty Mutual Insurance Empowers LinkedIn Professionals To Share
Perspectives about Insurance Products and Services
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Liberty Mutual Insurance announced today that it has enhanced its
official LinkedIn page with a new feature titled “LinkedIn Company
Pages,” which, for the first time ever, allows businesses to highlight
their products and services to LinkedIn’s 80 million-member community.
Through its new LinkedIn
Company Page
, Liberty Mutual is providing LinkedIn users with
in-depth descriptions, images and video content about its insurance
solutions for individuals and businesses. In turn, LinkedIn users who
experience Liberty Mutual’s page now have the opportunity to share their
perspectives – and start word-of-mouth conversations – about the
insurer’s products, within their own networks of LinkedIn connections.

Liberty Mutual’s LinkedIn
Company Page
, found at http://www.linkedin.com/company/liberty-mutual-insurance/products,
now features information about:

“As one of the first businesses to create a Company Page, we see this as
an opportunity to spark a meaningful dialogue among LinkedIn
professionals about our products,” said Paul Alexander, senior vice
president, communications, Liberty Mutual Insurance. “Through our
interactive content, LinkedIn members will find the tools they need to
make responsible insurance purchase decisions for their businesses,
employees and families. Through their feedback, we will gain valuable
insight about the role our products play in people’s lives, whether at
work, at home, or on the road.”

  • Auto, home and renters insurance products for individuals and
    families, as well as details on Accident Forgiveness, 24-hour Claims
    Assistance, and exclusive savings for individuals who belong to one of
    more than 13,000 Liberty Mutual member groups, which include
    companies, credit unions, professional associations and alumni groups.

  • Commercial insurance products for mid-sized and large businesses,
    including workers compensation, general liability and commercial auto
    and property coverage. Liberty Mutual’s LinkedIn page also highlights
    its risk management services and employee group benefits products and
    services, including life, AD&D and disability insurance, as well as
    integrated disability solutions and leave services.

  • Specialty lines insurance delivered by Liberty International
    Underwriters®, the global specialty lines division of Liberty Mutual.
    LIU’s expert underwriters work directly with brokers, agents and
    program administrators to offer environmental liability, global crisis
    management, ocean marine, primary and excess casualty, professional
    liability, management liability, construction, energy, excess &
    surplus property.

To further enhance its LinkedIn Company Page, Liberty Mutual will add
additional content in coming months, including more business-to-business
product details.
“Through our
interactive content, LinkedIn members will find the tools they need to
make responsible insurance purchase decisions for their businesses,
employees and families. Through their feedback, we will gain valuable
insight about the role our products play in people’s lives, whether at
work, at home, or on the road.”
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Facebook explains the New Instant Personalization

Were you wondering how this works? Me too, well this explains it if your interested.

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-Instant Personalization Icon-As Facebook grows to integrate with more and more consumer and search sites, they are probably realizing their users are getting confused about what this means, and how these sites know what restaurant their ex-neighbor recently visited.

In an effort to clear the air on what Instant Personalization means, and as a way of making their users feel in control despite the lack of an opt-in policy within Facebook as we’ve suggested in the past, Facebook launched a page to explain what instant personalization is around the web and how you can control what others see.

On the site since September, they wrote:

“How it works: Partners adhere to Facebook’s guidelines and may only use your public information to serve you a personalized experience. Public information includes your name, profile picture, gender, networks, and other information shared with everyone.

When you first arrive on a participating site, you will see a notification and a way to turn off the customized experience in one click. Your information can only be used to present you with a more personalized experience and cannot be transferred to advertisers or used for any other purposes.”

Facebook is addressing some concerns users have that they are sharing private data with third-party websites without permission. What actually happens is only publically available information and data is shared with outside sites.

Now, when you check out your privacy settings within Applications and Websites, a window pops up with that same Facebook informational video displayed on their new page explaining to users how their experience is being personalized on the web. You are forced to watch or close the video before you can change your settings.

All you need to do to turn off Instant Personalization on all Facebook’s partner sites is uncheck the box within the Instant Personalization tab in the Applications and Websites privacy settings. Also, you can opt-out of third-party websites (and search engines) which are now all supposed to give you the option like Pandora trail blazed earlier this spring.

Do Facebook’s new efforts to explain Instant Personalization make you more comfortable sharing your social information on third-party sites?

Read more at www.allfacebook.com

How do you make a meeting Productive? LinkedIn Q&A

Why is this a Hot topic on Linkedin? So many viewpoints were shared (see link to linkedIn)

We all want to be productive and therefore the search for answers to making the best use of our time is crucial to our financial and personal success and lifestyle.

Have you found a way to make this happen for yourself?

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What do you think of meetings? Mostly useful or mostly useless?

What are some tips for having very productive meetings?

Clarification added 1 day ago:

Jason Fried says that there are 2 problems with meetings:

1) we schedule them in increments of time as designed by software we use, like 15 minutes, 30 mins, an hour. We never schedule an 8-minute meeting when often this is how much time we need.

2) when we schedule an hour meeting with 10 people in it, it's not a 1-hour meeting, it's a 10-hour meeting. That's expensive to the company. So the productivity gains from that meeting need to be significant to justify the cost.

posted 1 day ago in Planning, Project Management

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Facebook's Eldest User is 103 years Old with a great Business lesson

Personally I love stories like this. A grandma, using Facebook to stay in touch with her grand kids. It teaches a great business lesson.

Grandma does what I recommend for all businesses, entrepreneurs, coaches, trainers, heck you.

MEET your people, clients, on their terms.

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Mature adults are driving the most recent growth in Facebook’s membership, so it makes perfect sense that even the eldest are joining the site. The oldest user appears to be 103-year-old Lillian Lowe of Tenby England.

She became the eldest on Facebook after the previous record oldest member died in July at age 104. Said individual, Ivy Bean, also hailed from England, interestingly enough.

The 103-year-old Lowe told United Press International that she has 34 friends on Facebook, including seven grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. She accesses the site on her iPad, and enthuses:

I love it — it’s very exciting. It’s a wonderful way of finding out about things. I recommend it for any grandparents to keep in touch with family.

Apparently, Facebook spokespeople haven’t confirmed whether Lowe is in fact the eldest. But the way she uses the site appears to be catching on, at least based on what I see happening among my own friends there. Grandparents have been figuring out that their grandkids are logging on daily, or almost that frequently.

Readers, have you seen anyone older than 103 years on Facebook? Who’s the oldest person on your friend list?

Read more at www.allfacebook.com

Sunday, December 19, 2010

How to Add Email Lists in Facebook for Page Promotion

Want to integrate your email list with your social list. This is how you do it with Facebook. Great article by Kipp Bodnar.

Amplify’d from blog.hubspot.com
Posted by Kipp Bodnar

If your business is using Facebook as a part of its inbound marketing strategy, then it is likely that a goal of your marketing team is to expand your reach by attracting more people to like your Facebook page. For a long time marketers have faced a challenge in inviting new users through Facebook. While they have been encouraging people to visit their Facebook Fan Pages, it hasn't been easy to do the reverse--get email addresses into Facebook and send invitations through Facebook's messaging system.

This process has now changed. This week, Facebook has enabled business page administrators to import email addresses into Facebook to invite people to like their page. Check out the rest of this post for a walkthrough of these process!

Step 1: Go to your Facebook Business Page and click "Edit Page"

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Step 2: Click on "Marketing" and then select "Tell your Fans."

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Step 3: Upload your email list and invite fans.

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Have you used this feature to tell more people about your Facebook page?

Read more at blog.hubspot.com

Manage Projects in LinkedIn with The Manymoon App

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Do you spend a lot of time on linked In and need a way to manage projects?
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Manage projects on LinkedIn with the Manymoon app

Have you ever connected with freelancers or consultants on LinkedIn and immediately had to start working with them?
You can now do that for free with our Projects and Teamspaces application for LinkedIn. You can eliminate hundreds of emails per month by using this integration. Instead of digging around for the action items from the last meeting or which version of the document to review, just go to your LinkedIn Projects and Teamspaces to view all your work activity neatly organized.
Projects and Teamspaces was built from the ground-up for LinkedIn and your professional requirements. It provides:
  • Utility – we know your time is valuable. The app actually helps get work done with your LinkedIn connections: complete tasks, track projects and review documents
  • Security – you need full control of what you share and with whom. The application lets you see exactly what is being shared with which team members.
Here are some ways that people are using Projects and Teamspaces:
  • Sales – Projects and Teamspaces is a great way to track each opportunity in conjunction with the customer. It’s a great way to keep them engaged during the sales process and securely share quotes, meeting notes and discussions.
  • Track Candidates – as a recruiter, it’s difficult to use email to keep track of all the applicants for job openings. Instead, you can create one project for each job opening, invite the hiring manager and create a task for each candidate. Attach the appropriate resume and cover letter to each task.
  • Consulting – engage with clients and track proposals, all within LinkedIn.  Projects and Teamspaces provides 25 MB of online storage for free and you can upgrade for more.
  • Track Jobs – as a job seeker you don’t want to miss that important follow-up with companies you’re eager to join.  Just create a task for when to follow up with each company you’re interviewing with.
  • Google Apps Sharing – want to share a Google Doc with one of your LinkedIn connection?  Just do within Projects and Teamspaces and the sharing permissions will automatically be handled for you.
Read more at blog.linkedin.com

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Small Business Owners are Hunkering Down.

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News I hate to share. Thanks Jeff Cornwall. No really thanks I think this needs to be dealt with. Jeff shared what what I hear from almost every business owner I speak to.

 What is the solution? I am really asking and can you share what you believe will help.

 Here is what I have heard from Business owners and Entrepreneurs.

1. We are losing current clients

2. We struggle to get the phone to ring

3. We are losing money and our budget is on fumes

4. Networking meetings work but not to sustain our business

5. Yellow Pages are dead

6. Valpak works just not well enough

7. ...

What can you share?
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Increasing Evidence That Small Business Owners Are Hunkering Down

Several recent studies suggest that small business owners are hunkering down.  As sales have declined, these entrepreneurs have cut expenses and shed debt to survive the Great Recession and to hopefully be able to thrive when that increasingly elusive recovery actually begins.
A new study release by Forbes Insights confirms the findings of previous reports.
One of the cautions about some of the previous studies is that the samples used in the studies may not be fully representative of all small businesses.  Most of these are conducted among small business owners from membership or client lists.
This study is based on a comprehensive survey of 1.777 small businesses conducted by Forbes Insights in October 2010. All businesses in the survey had 250 or fewer employees, and representative samples of three segments--micro businesses, (less than 10 employees) small businesses (10-49 employees), and medium-sized businesses (50-250 employees)--were targeted. Geographically, respondents were from six international markets: Canada, China, Italy, Singapore, South Africa, and the U.K.
Results from this study reports that small businesses have been turning inward, looking to put their financial houses in order to help ensure they are well positioned to take advantage of economic recovery once it occurs.
Many have tried to reduce their risk by cutting debt and avoiding taking on any new debt.  These business owners understand that they need to rebuild their liquidity before they are able to embark on their growth plans. More than ever -- Cash is King.
Many business owners in this study are concerned about another downturn.  However, as in other studies, these are the business owners who have survived the first two years of the recession so they have at least a glimmer of hope that the worst of the recession has passed, and that their current actions will put them on the road to future growth and success.
Separate reports are available detailing key findings from each of the six countries sampled in this study.
So those who have survived have adjusted to their new normal and are finding ways to hang in their until good times return. 
Sadly, none of these studies find that entrepreneurs are poised and ready to expand.  None of them seem prepared to step forward and add fuel to an economic recovery.  That is a concern, since it has been small business who have led us out of almost every past recession.

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Jeff Cornwall is a serial entrepreneur and professor of entrepreneurship at Belmont University.
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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Do you want to increase Sales? A think Tank by Street Smart Sales Forum.

Do you want to sell more and grow your business?
Stupid question, of course you do and If your like most you need to.

Would you agree?

  • Times have changed
  • The market has changed
  • How we sell has changed
  • What else has changed?
Are you open to participating in a think tank to get your answers? 

If you agree there is more then one way, this is for you! 

http://sgatter.wordpress.com/  Biz Buzz Media Recommends!

This group is for you if you are:

  • A business owner of a small to mid sized business
  • A Sales Manager
  • A Sales Professional
  • An Entrepreneur

To quote Steve "We are a Think Tank at which we introduce ourselves and share our biggest challenges with the group to tap into the expertise and experience."

We recommend Street Smarts Sales Forum and meeting with Steve, and the quality people you will meet. Tell Steve we sent you.

If this is for you or someone you know click the like button above.

*The contact info is listed above*
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How Google Hotpot will help your local business listing

Cindy King and Ron Capps recommended this.

Surprise I do as well.

It will be interesting to see how Google handles this in their limited testing in Portland, OR and other test markets. It has tremendous potential for local marketplaces and hyper-local marketing. Monitor the ways it is used and any potential impact you can detect on local brands or markets where it is in use.

Google already have Places that provide a local business with the opportunity to get found online by potential customers. Places can be set up for free and Google also have a few related products that a local business needs to pay attention to - particularly Google Hotpot

PS. If this was helpful show some love and hit the "Like" Button

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Google Places, Tags & Hotpot

Google are continuing to increase the number of services they provide to local business owners.  If you have been wondering what Google Tags and Google Hotspot are below is a brief summary and the video explains everything.
They already provide Google Places  - a free place to create and develop an online listing for your local business, and they also have two other additions.
Google Tags
Now you can "tag" your business with a yellow highlighter so if you have anything you want potential customers to know it will stand out.
Google Hotpot
Google Hotpot with places, Google places for wellness marketing
People can log in to rate your business using Google Hotpot and provide you with reviews. These ratings and reviews help your Google Places listing results so it is worth asking your customers to do this.
Google Boost
This provides online advertising opportunities and you can pay (a little like pay per click but this is local pay per click)
According to the video neither Tags or Boost will make a difference to where your listing appears in search results, only Hotpot will
Read more at www.om4b.co.uk