WA is helping my bricks-and-mortar business.
Last Update: Dec 16, 2019
These skills are so transferable.
I decided to play around with Jaaxy and search some of the keywords that relate to my bricks-and-mortar store. We sponsor a YouTube channel and allow them to film here, so I was thinking perhaps I could move the store more into online sales. It seems in my market segment there is not a lot of broad SEO being used. I've always had my local area locked down in the search results, but regionally, provincially and Canada-wide are fairly open for a number of keywords I already top out in my city.
Lots of 85+ on the SEO column and under 100 on the QSR column. Somewhere between 350-4500 searches per month on most. Even some gems with 0s in the QSR column. Looks like I know how the store is going to expand in 2020.
I may be taking some of my time from my WA websites to build out the content for my store shift. I'm concentrating on one product line at a time, so I can gradually build my market and authority - starting with the product line that the YouTube channel that films here is all about.
Just another great side effect of being here at WA. I'm never looking back!
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That is the way to go. Online is now gobbling up Offline business to reinvent the value chain as Online-Offline Business models. That is why Amazon bought Wholefoods and AliBaba has Retail Hubs in malls.
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Way to go. Keep it going!