TalkLocal lets businesses have a strong presence online without spending beyond their marketing budget.
Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) December 05, 2014
Around 61% of local searches result in actual transactions, according to a study done by Google in May 2014, but many small business find accessing online consumers to be too confusing and expensive.
Now, TalkLocal is launching in Mesa to connect consumers to the right service professionals by phone in about 90 seconds.
TalkLocal was founded by the owner of a small computer repair shop who spent thousands in online marketing, but still struggled to connect with qualified consumers. Inundated with service requests that conflicted with his schedule and service offerings, he created a way to match and connect businesses and consumers in about 90 seconds - at least 50x faster than other local services marketplaces out there, according to the TalkLocal team’s own research.
To hear from an available service professional in about 90 seconds, it only takes 3 steps:
1) Enter location, availability, and service details at http://www.talklocal.com
2) Standby as TalkLocal's algorithm rapidly filters through the city’s thousands of businesses, finding the best match based on…
- Online consumer ratings/reviews
- Social media interactions
- Call analytics
3) Pick up the phone to talk to the right local pro, right now.
Free to consumers, member businesses get a free preview of each matching job and only pay a small flat rate when they opt-in and talk to an actively searching customer.
In over 50 service categories like roofing, maid service and heating & cooling, TalkLocal takes the hassle out of finding the right local professionals. And, consumer contact info is not shared, sold, or visible on phone records or caller IDs. TalkLocal conversations occur over a secure line to protect consumer privacy.
“TalkLocal lets businesses have a strong presence online without spending beyond their marketing budget,” said TalkLocal founder, Gurpreet Singh.
TalkLocal raised $3.9 million in venture funding, has served in 49 states and recently marked its one millionth service request call. Connect on Facebook and Twitter.