LocalHood Marketing Rolls Out Core4web Presence Bundle for 5 Local Businesses

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The four bundled services include a Facebook Fanpage with apps, a mobile website, an optimized business listing on LocalHood.ca and the distribution of a press release related to an advertiser’s business.

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The five businesses set to benefit from the bundled service include a Financial Services firm, a local Pawn Shop, a Trustee in Bankruptcy, an Indian Food Restaurant and a leading Taxi Service.

LocalHood Marketing has signed on its first five beta customers for its new, Core4web Presence Bundle. Earlier this month, the Brampton, Ontario based business announced that it would be introducing a bundled package of four distinct digital services for local businesses.

The four bundled services include a Facebook Fanpage with apps, a mobile website, an optimized business listing on LocalHood.ca and the distribution of a press release related to an advertiser’s business.

The five businesses set to benefit from the bundled service include a Financial Services firm, a local Pawn Shop, a Trustee in Bankruptcy, an Indian Food Restaurant and a leading Taxi Service.

The financial services firm is a Financial Advisor in Brampton who is looking to take advantage of the service to promote career opportunities at its firm. They presently do not have a Facebook fan page and they are hopeful that the social network will give them a new channel to find qualified career seekers.

The pawn shop is the newest Pawn Shop in Brampton and similarly, they do not have a Facebook fan page. They're looking to the bundled service as a means of creating a total web presence that will help it attract new customers to its location over time. They have a key focus on gold exchange for cash.

The Indian food restaurant is also a new entry to the Brampton Indian Food list of restaurants. It has a distinct style of cooking and is looking to the web presence bundle to advertise its point of difference to help it stand out in a very competitive market.

The Brampton Trustee in Bankruptcy actually has offices located in two different cities and they are keen to promote their services to local consumers who are in financial dire straits. They presently do not have a Facebook fan page and look forward to the initiative.

The taxi company is the leading taxi service in Brampton and unlike the other members in the inaugural beta group they do have a fan page. They do lack a strategy to promote the page and look forward to growing its social authority and as a means to connect to the local community.

About LocalHood Marketing

LocalHood Marketing manages the Canadian web presence directory LocalHood.ca which is in beta release. "LocalHood" is a LocalHood Marketing trade mark. For more information, go to LocalHood.ca. Questions can be directed to (289) 752-7335 or toll free 1-888-975-9222 email: info(at)localhood(dot)ca

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