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Local Search Engine Marketing Quail Marketing
  With over 14 billion internet searches done across the United States every month, the Internet provides an endless opportunity for small businesses to gain new customers. But if someone is searching online for your services, and your company isn’t ranking on the first page of those search results, how will potential customers ever find you?

This is where Quail Marketing comes in. If you already have a website for your business, we can provide both organic search engine optimization solutions and paid search ad campaigns tailored to fit any budget.

Don’t have a website for your business? No problem. We’ll help you choose a domain name, register it for you, provide hosting, and design a mobile optimized website to meet your particular needs. Once you’re up and running, we’ll provide detailed monthly reports on how your website is performing and/or any advertising campaigns you may have required.

Let us help you reach the people who are looking for your product or service.


Local Search Marketing

Local Search Marketing has become the most widely used method for finding services from a local business.
Many users will turn to search engines such as Google, Yahoo, or Bing to search for a local business.
Properly utilizing local search can be the best way to advertise your business for virtually free….



Claiming Your Listing

Once you have claimed your local business listing in the major search engines, you can then edit the listings to optimize them for first page search results. An optimized local map listing will receive far more traffic and bring you more new clients. Only 2% of Google’s over 40 million business listings have been claimed….



Mobile Search Engines

Most, if not all, search providers have mobile versions of their search engines and they are now becoming more sophisticated. Google Mobile Search offers Local Search that enables users to find local businesses and will then display a map (Google Maps) or phone number with the option of click-to-call on the appropriately-enabled handset….