Local Pages Helps Local Businesses During Tough Economic Times

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Whether you are beginning a remodeling project, or are in need of emergency repairs, the services you require can be found locally. By connecting consumers to local businesses, Local Pages is helping small business owners during these tough economic times.

Local Profile Pages give customers an inside look into how a business is run, and who is behind it all.

Local Pages assists small business owners while making it even easier for consumers to find the businesses they need.

When you require goods and services, why not look to your neighbors? The past two years were brutal for many local entrepreneurs and small business owners. Trying to make a profit during an economic recession is near impossible, and so many small businesses were forced to close their doors. Local Pages is doing its part to help keep small businesses afloat by making it easier for consumers to find the services and products they need close to home.

Besides listing businesses, Local Pages recently began marketing Local Profile Pages. These pages help small businesses get ranked higher on major search engines like Google and Yahoo. “For a small monthly fee, small business owners can see their business climb to the top of major search engines. High ranking produces high quality leads and conversions,” said Peter O’Neal, VP of Marketing at Local pages.

Recently, Local Pages launched profile pages for local locksmiths. “Locksmiths provide a popular emergency service, but you shouldn’t trust just any locksmith with your safety,” said O’Neal. “That is why our Local Profile Pages are so helpful. They give customers an inside look into how a business is run, and who is behind it all.”

“With our newly implemented Profile Pages, we have made finding trustworthy businesses an easy process and helped small businesses at the same time,” said Dave Frenkel, Director of Consumer Relations.

Local Pages is a local search engine that helps connect consumers with businesses in their neighborhood. Consumers can type a related keyword into the search engine and get a list of highly relevant results.


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