There’s someone I really need you to meet. Her name is Google. And making friends with her is one of the best things you can do for your business marketing strategy.
Hello, Google. I’m Jill. It’s nice to meet you.
Fortunately, making friends with Google doesn’t require starting actual conversations with strangers, which you know I’m not a fan of. (Thankfully it’s possible to grow your business as an introvert.)
Plus, as Google’s friend, you’ll never have to attend her Pampered Chef party because you feel guilty. In fact, being friends with Google doesn’t even have to cost you any money—and you never even have to leave home!
But it does require a little effort. Yet that small amount of effort can go a very long way.
For example, the relationship I started with Google years ago has now paid off in a number of new clients—because thanks to Google, I rank on the first page of search results for terms like, “WordPress designer Atlanta” and “WordPress developer Atlanta.”
Google didn’t just find me and decide to like me.
I helped Google get to know me! And I keep her in the loop with content that’s relevant to my business.
Want to be friends with Google?
Start building your relationship like this. Check out my latest guest post on Millo, Content marketing 101: How to get started and make friends with Google.