Marshall Business Solutions is a digital marketing and business services company located in Augusta ga. We offer a wide range of consulting services for several industries. We have the necessary tools and expertise to help you grow your business, and learn how to properly manage your expansion, or your next project. We partner with our clients to develop engaging business strategies, design high quality and scalable solutions, and build rich brand experiences.
We are proud to be a 100% digitally ran company
We are known for our custom solutions put together for each customer
We use state of the art technology to make sure we stay ahead of our competition
We are a tech based company with a strong customer service background.
Leading Digital Marketing Agency in Augusta ga.
WHAT WE OFFER
We believe digital marketing is the single most important strategy to growing your business.
Marshall Business Solutions payment processing offers no contracts, free equipment, State of the Art POS systems and mobile pay options. We guarantee that we can beat your current processing rates, or we will give you a $100 Visa Gift Card.
Our Partners remotely and proactively monitor, diagnose, and resolve technical issues on all devices under your services agreement. Proactive monitoring provides real time insights, diagnosis and alerts about your device performance issues.
We use organic search engines methods to get you ranked on the first page of the major search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, and many more.
Business Consulting of any kind can easily cost around $5000 a month. With Marshall Business Solutions in Augusta Ga, your first consultation is free and if you decide to go with one of the business services we recommend you will get free consulting on business services like, digital marketing, telecom, payment processing, IT services, home and business automation, and more!
2. Search engine optimization
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of increasing website traffic using only organic methods to show up as one of the search results on any search engine. Good SEO has many determining factors: a strong social media presence, good content with the right keywords on your website, information about your website on external sites and so much more. Much less than 50% of businesses actually invest in SEO due to how complex the factors are as well as high pricing. With that being said it's crucial to be one of the small percentage of business owners that invest in SEO to be ahead of your competition.
What Every Small Business Needs
1. Your business website
As wonderful social media is, social media cannot replace a business website. A business website allows you to be in complete control of the messages you want prospective customers to hear. Your website is like a digital home for your business where prospective customers will judge the quality of your services or products based on your site design. A website with lots of bells and whistles is not necessary but it should definitely be mobile friendly!
3. Local search engine optimization
in 2015, mobile devices became the primary device that conducted searches over taking desktop computers according to Google. Many mobile device searches are done while the user is out looking for local businesses that fit their current needs. With that being said, Google now favors local websites that are optimized for local search by adding certain keywords and information that are location related. It’s very important tht you make sure all information for your business is the same across all search engines.
4. Email marketing
One of the most popular digital marketing methods is email marketing. Most businesses are currently using some sort of email marketing (about 7 out of 10), but not necessarily using it effectively. Another reason mobile optimization is so effective is because almost half of the people that check their email often, check their email on a mobile device with over 80% using their smartphone as opposed to their tablet. Because most people use their smartphones for everything, you want to develop your email marketing messages with a mobile first mentality. Doing your best to keep emails short with a call to action button or a link to your information is key.
5. Social media marketing
Social media has become the #1 marketing channel for businesses. It has been reported that more than 80% of businesses use social media for online marketing. This is actually a great sign that business owners are utilizing such a great tool in order to try to market to their customers considering that more that 75% of americans use Social Media. You need to make sure you are up do date with the new social media channels and making sure you are targeting your customers as best as possible.
6. Content marketing
Content marketing is another important aspect of marketing for small businesses. Anything that you can share on a digital platform should have good attractive content that is going to make people who are looking for the services you provide want to buy them from you. For example, if you are trying to sell your pizza sauce, writing a blog about, “What makes a healthy pizza sauce” is something that your potential buyers might research and a blog with good content and information will help google to make you an authority on pizza sauce.
7. Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising
Pay-per-click digital ads can be a huge help for a new business that does not have any digital presence yet. While you are building your organic SEO, you can use pay-per-click ads to get you some immediate leads for your products or services. Google AdWords and facebook are commonly used for these types of campaigns.
8. Online ratings and reviews
Online reviews are a major factor for digital marketing results. According to recent studies more than 85% of all consumers read reviews for local businesses and that number is even higher among 18 to 34 year olds. Most people trust online reviews as much if not more than a personal recommendation from someone they know. Monitoring your online reviews will help to repair your reputation when certain unhappy customers leave you bad reviews. Responding politely and positively to negative reviews goes a long way to a prospective customer who is reading a negative review that you have politely responded to and made an effort to make things right.