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Recovery webinar will focus on power of Google to win customers

Businesses in East London can find out how they can utilise the power of Google to win customers by signing up to Local London’s next free webinar.

Around 3.5 billion searches are made on Google every day, but many businesses do not know how they can utilise Google’s tools to make them stand out and appear in front of customers searching for products or services. This webinar explains how.

This is the third in our series of six business recovery webinars, which are designed to support businesses impacted by the pandemic and help with preparations for Brexit.

This one-hour session, delivered by South East Enterprise, will focus on the benefits of the Google My Business tool. It takes place on September 15 at 2pm.

Google My Business is a free and easy-to-use tool for businesses and organisations to manage their online presence across Google, including Search and Maps.

With a Google My Business Account, businesses get more than a listing. They can:

  • Post photos and offers to their profile to show what makes their business unique, and give customers reasons to choose them every time;
  • Understand how customers interact and transact with them, and
  • Customers can review and rate your business increasing your chances of winning new ones.

This webinar series has been sponsored by the London Growth Hub. It will also include information about Brexit and what your business should be doing to prepare.

The London Growth Hub is delivered by the LEAP, which is the local enterprise partnership for London. Chaired by the Mayor of London, the LEAP is the body through which the Mayoralty works with London’s boroughs and business to take a strategic view of the regeneration, employment and skills agenda for London.

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