4 Easy Steps to Marketing Your Local Business Online

| October 5, 2017

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You don't need a massive budget or a major brand name to effectively market your company online. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Neil Patel explains how to make sure your business is visible on the web. He starts by explaining how to get your business on the local pack list on Google you can see a picture in the video for more information and how you can rank higher on Google search results.

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