Local Market Domination

By: Neovora | July 13, 2018

Looking for information on shared leads instead of exclusive leads?

Let’s say that you’re a home improvement contractor for one of these industries:

  • Air conditioning and heating
  • Plumbing
  • Roofing
  • Tree service
  • Etc

There are many online directory companies out there looking to sell their own home improvement lead generation service, and you know them well from their oftentimes aggressive marketing, that will sell leads to your industry catered specific to your location. Some of these online directories include:

  • Home Advisor
  • Thumbtack
  • Angies List
  • Yelp

They all sell you shared leads. We don’t believe in shared leads. They’re complex, inconvenient, and ultimately push prices down. We only supply exclusive leads.

What is the difference between local lead gene...

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By: Neovora | July 06, 2018

We all know that reviews are crucial for restaurants and hotels, as well as other establishments within the service industry… but what about other local businesses?

The statistics are out and it’s clear that prospects are basing their buying decisions on social reviews…

  • Star rating is the number one factor used by consumers to judge a business
  • 49% of consumers need at least a four-star rating before they choose to try a business
  • Review trust is at 88% compared to 83% in 2014

How do you maximize this information? How can you grow your business with a simple strategy you already know to be true?

Asking for reviews can be a simple and effective strategy to growing your business.

How Local Businesses Benefit from Online Customer Reviews


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By: Neovora | July 04, 2018

Every entrepreneur and local business owner knows that there are three main steps to growing a business:

  1. Get more clients in the door;

  2. Get those clients to spend more often;

  3. Get the same clients to spend more in every transaction.

One of the simplest methods to get more clients through the door is maximizing the amount of Google customer reviews for your business. There are many review sites, and surely you're familiar with them: Facebook, Yelp, Angie's List, and many other specialty sites. The most important of these is Google, we’ll discuss why...

Why Google Company Reviews Matter

Google is undoubtedly the most important review site. It’s the site that you need to direct all your attention to when it comes to client referrals and social proof...

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By: Neovora | June 29, 2018

“Happy client, happy life” that’s the saying.

Happier clients leads to more loyal clients, that’s the mindset that successful multi-million Fortune 500 companies cultivate.

They devote a massive amount of their budgets to this simple idea, from the administrative levels to their staff of deck. That said, you want to be able to implement the same kind of loyalty component to your own local market.

You know the options. Possibilities are out there. But which solution is going to make your brand have a stronger following of clients that don’t stray, spend lots, and recommend you to their family and friends? How to increase customer loyalty effectively and with ROI in mind?

Importance of Client Lifetime Value For Small Local Businesses

Client relat...

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By: Neovora | June 20, 2018

How many clients have you served and delivered with such high quality of service, going above and beyond the call of duty and later thought that that interaction would make a really good testimonial or review? Know how Neovora can help you on this.

Why You Should Want To Ask Customers For Reviews

Here is why reviews are crucial, especially for local business where competition is fierce:

  • 93% of americans say that a company’s reputation for honesty and fairness is important to them [Gallup]

  • Word of mouth is the primary factor behind 20-50 percent of all purchasing decisions. [McKinsey]

  • Customers are 77 percent more likely to buy a new product when learning about it from family and friends. [Nielsen]

Why Business Owners Don’t Like Asking For Review...

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