Springfield, (PressExposure) February 23, 2012 -- In June, 2010, Google launched something they called Google Places; a place online where businesses can claim their business listing and show up on search results based upon the location of the person searching for the product or service and the nearest business relevant to that search query. This has leveled the playing field for small businesses trying to compete with large corporations or box stores that have teams of Internet marketers working around the clock in their behalf. Now, a small local business trying to reach their local customer can dominate organic Page One search results through the use of a multitude of free online directories such as Yelp, Best of the Web and Merchant Circle; which Google and all the other major search engines use to return relevant results to search queries.
As a recent graduate from Full Sail University, and receiving his Master's Degree in Internet Marketing, the owner of Propel Marketing, Randy Reid says "I have created and focused my new-found knowledge, expertise, and passion on creating a program specifically designed for small business owners geared to help them create a powerful local Internet footprint at a cost that even the smallest of business can afford".
Propel Marketing specializes in Local Search Engine Marketing and Optimization, and is best known for its work with small business brands and startups from around the country including sleepwear manufactures, educational facilities, non-profit organizations and Government Technology companies. The agency proudly serves the following local areas: Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Richmond, Newport News, Arlington, Hampton, Alexandria, Portsmouth, Roanoke but can provide Local Search Optimization for any business, in any location.
For more information on Propel Marketing or Local Search Internet marketing consulting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (757) 894-8785 or visit their website at [http://YourLocalSearchMaster.com] to watch a short presentation on how Local Search can help small businesses increase their Internet exposure, and profit.