New Easy Intern Assignment Coming Next Week: Dominate Local Search

We’re extremely excited to announce that we’re creating another new Easy Intern Assignment™ next week: How to Dominate “Local Search”.

For those readers who aren’t familiar with the term “Local Search”, don’t worry, you’ve used this before when searching online.

Here’s an example: let’s say you live in San Diego, and you were looking for a plumber.  You’d go to Google & type in “San Diego plumber”.  You wouldn’t type in “plumber”, because the results would be far too broad.

Google and the other search engines have been switching their search results to show geographically related search results now….wonder why?

Maybe that is because close to 90% of Americans surveyed use the internet to find local products or services?

I know we do it every day.

Even more and more people are using their mobile devices to do these searches.

That’s right…not global products.  Users are looking for products and services in their own community.

What if we told you that you can dominate “Local” search results much faster than global results?

And what about if showed you (or your intern, or anyone on your team for that matter) how to do this?

The best part about “Local Search” is that you can get on page 1 of Google even if you don’t have a website!  Yes, that’s correct, you don’t even need a website to use this strategy and get your business on the 1st page of Google!

This Thursday, October 6th at 11am PST/12pm MST/1pm CST/2pm EST we’re going to show you (and your intern) exactly how to do this, so register now:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/359144434

This is our latest Easy Intern Assignment™ and it’s all about how to use “Local Search” on Google and Google Maps, and about 20 other local search engines (like Yahoo, Bing, Yelp and many others) to get more local customers.

We’ve tracked down the best in the business, a guy named “Michael X” that has figured out how to drive “Local” traffic into highly targeted leads that consistently convert into
paying customers for your business!

On Thursday, October 6th  at 11am PST/2pm EST he’s going to show you (and your interns) on a LIVE webinar how you can target any keyword in any niche, at any time for fast results.

Michael has been testing and perfecting his system for the past few years.

Best of all, he is not only going to tell you about his methods, but he is actually going to show you HOW to do it

(This is another one of our Easy Intern Assignment™ webinars with all content and teaching, no selling).

Each Easy Intern Assignment™ is literally a “turn key” training and assignment that you can hand to your intern and watch them implement!  We already have a ton of great Easy Intern Assignments™, on business building topics like Facebook Fanpages, Twitter, Google Analytics, Video Marketing, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), WordPress, Blogging, and many more!

In each Easy Intern Assignments ™ we interview and record a training with an expert faculty member.  They provide a great training that you can literally hand to your intern!  We record the training (it’s a webinar), transcribe it, and then provide your intern with an “Action Item” checklist to make sure that they get the most out of the training!

Our newest Easy Intern Assignments™ is on “Local Search”, you don’t want to miss it.  You (and your interns) can register for this LIVE, free training right which takes place on Thursday, October 6th at:

11am PST
12pm MST
1pm CST
2pm EST

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/359144434

We look forward to another great Easy Intern Assignment™ and can’t wait for you to join us on the training!  Register now, before all of the slots are filled: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/359144434



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