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New Report Shows Internet Marketing Will Save Some Small Businesses

Leo Vidal Consulting, a profitability and financial advisory firm for small businesses, released a Special Report on the impact of local internet search marketing on small businesses and what they must do to survive.

Annapolis, MD, July 01,2009.

(Press Release Point) Leo Vidal Consulting (LVC) of Annapolis, a profitability and financial consulting firm for small businesses in Maryland, has published a Special Report showing the impact of recent internet marketing trends on small businesses.

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“Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft have advanced into America’s small cities and towns,” said Leo Vidal, JD, MA, CPA, president of LVC. “They have radically changed the way small business advertiseing and marketing
will be done from here on.”


According to Vidal, over 80% of local market consumers visit the internet first to get information, and then buy locally. Over 50% of all consumers now don’t consult print media at all, but go straight online.

“The incredible amount of information online means consumers have become smarter and more demanding,” said Vidal, “but it also means local businesses without an effective online presence will be left in the dust.”

Local businesses now have to realize they are playing the Google game, which means they have to worry about where they place on the search engines and for what search terms. “People who think they need a plumber don’t enter “plumber” into Google all the time, or even most of the time,” said Vidal.



Mr. Vidal’s report, Part I of a two-part study on Local Internet Marketing and small businesses can be found at

http://www.copypastearticles.com/article/49565/loc….

Leo J. Vidal, JD, MA, CPA consults with small businesses to increase their profits. He provides small businesses a turn-key solution to their local internet marketing needs as a way to experience explosive growth.

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