Author Archives: Christy McNee

Do You Know The Health Of Your Online Business?

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Check the health of your online business information. We offer a FREE listing scan and you can instantly see how your most critical location data appears on Google, Yelp, Facebook and dozens more maps, apps, search engines, and directories. We are here to help you Match and Lock your Business Listing and get you the […]

More Visitors To Your Site With Local SEO

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The purpose of any small business’ website is to convert viewers to customers…this is called CONVERSION. We can get them to your site with our popular SEO service but once they are at your site, will they stay and look around? Will they schedule an appointment? Will they buy something online? Will they come back […]

Multiple Domain Names Are The Cheapest Advertising

Get your Domain name here

As part of your online search strategy, you need to have your own domain name like ChristyMcNee.com or ChristyMcNeeSeoSpecialist.com.  You don’t actually need a website to go along with your new domain name. If you do have a website you can “point” your domain name(s) to your website or where ever you want. Or you […]

Getting Reviews on Google

Getting Reviews on Google

Reviews on Google provide valuable information about your business to both you and your customers. Business reviews appear next to your listing in Maps and Search and can help your business stand out on Google. To get reviews on Google, encourage your customers to spread the word about your business by following these steps: Remind […]

Top Apps for Small Businesses in 2019

All small business owners even with only a handful of employees should take advantage of the range of free software being offered today. Are you looking for ways to increase your company’s efficiency and not spend a fortune doing it? We believe it is important for small businesses to have the competitive edge over the competition. We […]

Has Facebook Lost The Public’s Trust?

Out of the major tech companies, people trust Facebook the least with their personal information. Amazon and Twitter come in a distant second and third, with 8 percent of people saying they trust these companies the least with their personal information. Last week, the latest in a long string of Facebook privacy scandals came to light: According to a […]