Getting Your Business Online without a Website
You might not have the time to get your business active on social media. You might not be able to blog everyday, or have a website. So, what can you do? Here are how you can get your brick-and-mortar online.
Get on Foursquare
You should claim your location as soon as you can. Chances are, someone has already tagged your business on Foursquare. Over 100 million people can find your business through Foursquare and our partner network. Claim your listing and make sure your information is up to date. Plus, when you claim, you get access to all of our free business tools. You should doe this is the browser. Here’s how you claim it.
First, create a personal account on FourSquare.
Second, search for your business.
Three, at the bottom of the right sidebar, there’s a question, “Do you manage this location?”Below that is a link that says “Claim here.” Click it and there you have it!
Claim you business on Yelp
It’s almost the same as FourSquare. Here’s a link to the page.
Add a Facebook Page
Normally, a Facebook page requires some maintenance. If you aren’t going to spend too much time on it, it isn’t a top priority. However, if you have a Facebook page, you are more searchable in Facebook. Also, you can add your address so people can find your locations. Even if you aren’t going to delve into content marketing, you can still have a presence.
Create a Google+ page
While you don’t need to maintain the page like a Facebook page, a Google+ page is good because it bumps up your legitimacy in the search engine. Here’s a link to starting a Google+ page.
Do you have other ways of getting online without creating a web page? Tell us in the comments!
Posted on July 3, 2013, in Biz Tips, Entrepreneur, Internet, Small Business and tagged brick and mortar, business, Facebook, facebook page, foursquare, online, small business, yelp. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.