Posted on | March 5, 2012 | 81 Comments
How To Build Mobile Sales Using Free & Paid Google Services
STEP 1. Start attracting Mobile Customers.
Sign up for the Free Google Places account whether you have a web site, blog or just a storefront, being found on mobile apps is critical to finding new customers.
Google Places also allows you to interact with customers posts through the Places dashboard that comes with your account if you only have a storefront.
STEP 2. Google Offers
Google Offers matches your business with thousands of relevant customers in your area looking for amazing deals on great places to eat, shop and play. See why businesses are interested in partnering with Google Offers.
STEP 3. Use Paid Google Boost Local Search Advertising.
For better mobile search results consider adding Google Boost sponsored text ads which will appear on Google Mobile Search and Map search results. These are local area targeted ads that you only pay for when they are directly clicked on by customers.
STEP 4. Sign Up for a free $75 Adwords Account
Google Adwords accounts are now one of the best ways to advertise your business, you can choose just to advertise on mobile appliances, appear locally or statewide, by which day and hours, and by how much you wish to spend a day.
With some research you can learn how to pay pennies per click when others are paying dollars per click for the same keyword results.
STEP 5. Webmaster Central
Using Webmaster Central is a key component of using and understanding how to use the Google tools correctly. Web master Central offers a one stop shop for all site owners big and small. This site aims to provide all web masters with free, scalable support in understanding Google’s site crawling, site indexing and page ranking results.
STEP 6. Google Analytics
Google Analytics analyzes all your sites traffic info and presents it in easy to understand graphs. How many daily visitors, how many new visitors, is traffic increasing daily, which days/hours have the most traffic, what sites are sending you this traffic.
By adding a simple snippet of code to your site or blog you can start understanding how your visitors interact with your web site so you can make improvements that can benefit your site/blog.
STEP 7. Website Optimizer
Signing up with Google’s Website Optimizer is a advanced concept, this suite allows you to literally set up competing mobile friendly site pages, ads, page styles and test which ones convert visitors into customers or cause them to make a choice you want them to perform. (sign up for a newsletter..etc)
STEP 8. Google Adsense
( I don’t recommend this one, you should NEVER show ads for other companies products on your site) Google Adsense is how you can serve up competing companies products on your companies pages and earn some small change for them stealing your customer.
STEP 9. Google Checkout
A way to sell your products using Google’s Checkout eCommerce payment program.
STEP 10 Google Site Search
Site Search is Google’s internal search engine to use on your web site/blog. Your customers use Google’s search engine technology to search your web site for relevant content.
I hope you find the above info helpful and creating more traffic and sales for your self.
More Results for Less Money Spent