Save $50 on Our Navigator Online Marketing Plan for Small Business Owners

Today we’re introducing a $50 discount for the Navigator Online Marketing Plan designed for small businesses that want a custom audit and not just an automated report.

If you’re interested in small business marketing, just mention Promo Code OMP2013 when we call you to get started.

You can learn about the plan and contact us with a short form (not one of those endless forms that ask you everything). We will honor the code until May 31, 2013.  Or, call me directly at 216-533-0933.

Small businesses often find themselves at a crossroads. They’ve tried some online marketing strategies, but they’ve never been satisfied with the results. The Navigator Online Marketing Plan provides the perspective they need to get their bearings and make the next move.

The Internet is jam-packed with free reports that companies crank out in seconds, but small businesses need personalized guidance. With the assessment, we help a small business owner size up his company’s strengths and weaknesses and recommend the best ways to generate more leads and sales.

With the one-time plan, small businesses get:

– Target market analysis
– Competitor analysis
– Keyword research
– Baseline keyword ranking report
– Assessment of web site design (calls to action and conversion potential)
– Technical SEO audit
– Analysis of web site visitor trends
– Evaluation of existing online marketing efforts
– Specific recommendations based on the company’s web site, budget, goals and team

The Navigator Online Marketing Plan allows a small business executive to understand:

– What he (or his team) can do
– When training may be needed
– When it makes sense to bring on a consultant

Small businesses sometimes don’t do anything because they fear they won’t get a good ROI. When they consider getting some direction, small business owners get sticker shock when they find out how much agencies charge.

It doesn’t do any good to just get a quick report with bunch of numbers and grades like A or F and no guidance. Recommendations should be based on what a small business really needs to be more competitive.

Don’t just speculate on what might work. Create a plan that outlines the most practical opportunities.