Black Business Momentum: Get Found on Google for Free
They are looking for your business -- but can they find you? It is important that a business’ information appears – and appears correctly – when people search online. Discover how to ensure your prospective and existing clients can easily find your business's website and location. Find out the best practices to encourage search engines such as Google to display your website in search results without paying for ads. Getting found on Google means lots of good things for your business. It means building a stronger online presence, creating brand awareness for your business, and getting more customers in the door. Join us for this workshop and learn how to create or claim your local business listing using Google My Business. About the Presenter: Germaine McIver-Cherry currently serves as the Director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center which is a partnership between Carolina Small Business Development Fund and Shaw University. Her passion to serve and help others truly motivates her. She is an experienced banker, social worker and entrepreneur who leverages her practical knowledge to enhance impact in underserved communities. Germaine is a highly organized project administrator skilled at synthesizing information and tasks to achieve organizational goals. Her responsibilities as Director includes managing the day-to-day business program areas at the center including planning, development, delivery and evaluation of a variety of small business educational workshops, leadership series, and signature events such as Black Entrepreneurship Week.
Speaker(s): Germaine McIver-Cherry
Co-Sponsor(s): Wake County Economic Development & Raleigh Chamber
Fee: No Cost