In the modern world, your business is a just a search away, and everyone knows it. 76% of people who search for a local business on Google visit a retailer within a day, and 28% of those searches result in a purchase.
You need to incorporate social media into your small business’s marketing strategy. Your target audience, whether they’re down the street or across the country, are turning to social media more than ever to learn about products & services both local and beyond.
In-store traffic might be light or non-existent right now, so in-house sales guru Branden breaks down how to keep your face-to-face interactions with the help of technology like Zoom.
In-store traffic may be down right now for some small businesses. In this quick video, Immanuel explains creative ways to use videoconferencing tools like Zoom to increase face time with your customers.
If you want to learn how easy it is to add content using our powerful Brand Manager™ software solution, then watch this short video.
Facebook can be an essential part of growing your business. In this video, Immanuel breaks down data points on why you should be posting consistent content on Facebook.
70% of customers visit your shop’s social pages before they visit the store. In this webinar, we discuss best practices for bike shop Facebook pages in 2020, including how to get the best content, how often to post, and more.
ThumbStopper President and CEO Matthew Brown reviews common objections we hear at ThumbStopper and why those may not be the right questions.
In this video, we walk you through a quick tutorial on how to get great content to your small business’s Facebook page.
Matthew Brown reviews the inherent flexibility built in to our software, allowing the most complex brand business rules to work and distribute social content correctly to the largest retail networks.
ThumbStopper’s Branden Elwell reports back from the Green Industry Expo about outdoor power equipment brands and their focus on automating marketing solutions for their dealers.