social 01 - images by freepikOffline social media? what is it and what does it entail? For your micro and SME's it is even more important that you have an offline strategy regarding your social media.
Social media is, whether it is online of offline about engaging your with your clients, starting a simple single conversation in the shop or online that will engages the client so they end up looking you up and following you or you them! In this way you end up having another client listening into you online conversations, offers and pearls of wisdom that you post.

If you have a brick and mortar venue, let them know you have facebook, Google plus and twitter by means of print adverts as well as stickers and decals around the shop and all on your stationery.
Ask people they would mind giving your product / service a personal review, these are worth their weight in gold, as well as encouraging people to "check in" your store with their social media platforms.

Make regular meaningful updates on the sites and platforms that hold value to your clients, get them to engage with you by means of allowing them to upload images, video and content that may be of value to other clients. (This must be closely monitored)
More than this,  it is about doing this regularly and with thoughtfulness to your post content, making sure it is relevant and engaging.

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SEO and Social Media

In an ideal world, your seo strategies (part of your online strategy) should be clearly defined, even prior to building your website. Your website  strategy is an ongoing cost (money, time or both), Wild Fig Media can offer a range of options to create, enhance and maintain your social media and seo strategies. We are able to manage all your online content for a minimal cost. Contact us today to find out more.

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Small Business SEO


Being a small business can difficult. Many businesses fail in their first year, and many more do not make it to the five-year mark. Even more established businesses can fail if they are unable to or refuse to adapt to changing times. Small Business Marketing is difficult and digital marketing, more so. The technical nature of SEO can make it one of the most difficult form of marketing your business. Organic listings build trust with local customers, and all the best business relationships are built on a foundation of trust.

Considering SEO


When considering SEO, then these are some of the things to consider when looking at your SEO. Ranking and Visibility, On-Site SEO, Links and Link Building, Local SEO, Keywords and Keyword Research, Crawling and Site Audits, GAP Analysis, Analytics and Reporting, Content Marketing, Social Media and Influencer Marketing, International SEO, Mobile SEO, Page Load Speed and AMP, Competitor Analysis.

Local SEO


More and more searchers are looking for local business and more importantly, they are doing this on mobile devices and smart devices like the Amazon Alexa and the Google Dot. Ensuring that your "Local SEO" elements are well configured, can help your business stand out in the search engine results or SERPs. This will ensure your local ranking factors like name, address and phone number (NAP) and customer reviews to rise in the organic results and even get featured in the carousel that places you prominently on page one. It is also important that you follow SEO best practices. We are Local to Preston and Blackpool.