One would think opening a local-based business in the “Fastest Growing Area in America” would be simple and you’d be guaranteed success.
One would be wrong if one thought this. 😉
When you open your [insert your business here] there are most likely SEVERAL other entrepreneurs opening up your exact type of business in this area.
Having traveled internationally for many years, I’ve never seen an area go from what seemed like just a ‘Town” to a thriving “City” in such a short time.
So, after seeing a few local businesses close their doors in 2017, I wanted to give local-based business owners some free marketing advice which should give your local marketing a boost.
Our North Texas area covers the cities of:
not to mention Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas and surrounding cities.
Yes, our North Texas area is probably the top economic metropolitan area in 2017 and that means you need to stay up-to-date on ‘what’s working now’ with regards to marketing and advertising, if you expect to be successful.
That being said, ALL local-based businesses must have at least a fundamental understanding of marketing and what it takes to set yourself apart from your competitors when your target prospects are ready to purchase your product or service.
Whether you own or operate a Medical, Law, or other professional practice, or you’re a:
Landscape Design Company
Auto Repair Shop
you should focus on certain aspects of your marketing.
In this 19pg. eBook titled “How To Avoid Getting Trampled In The North Texas Small Business Stampede” you will learn how to:
Increase your local Google search engine results
The TRUTH about social media (and what to do about it)
How to increase your exposure
How to build your AUTHORITY (so you are chosen over your competitors)
The Frisco Consulting Group, nominated '2016 Business of the Year' by the Frisco, Texas Chamber of Commerce is a full-service Marketing, Consulting and Advertising Agency which has been featured in Frisco Style Magazine, Frisco Enterprise Newspaperand the Dallas Business Journal for our creative campaigns.