|By Business Wire||
|August 14, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
Balihoo (www.balihoo.com), the leading local marketing platform helping national brands activate thousands of data-driven campaigns, launched a new, first-of-its-kind program today - QuickSites - providing national brands the opportunity to test-drive local websites through a risk-free 90-day trial, all backed by the expertise of the leading provider of local marketing technology in the industry.
The most effective way for national brands to drive relevant sales leads at the local level is by ensuring that consumers can find their product or category online easily. Balihoo’s Local Websites Solution helps national brand marketers do just that by capitalizing on local search traffic and generating quality leads. Now, Balihoo has made it even easier for brands to launch hundreds, even thousands, of local websites and track metrics and growth with QuickSites, which gets local websites up and running in 21 days for $21K.
“QuickSites is the single best opportunity for national brands to reach local consumers effectively and efficiently,” said Susan Tormollen, VP of Marketing at Balihoo. “Balihoo’s local websites solution allows brands to get a foot up on their competitors by launching local websites quickly and establishing tenure with search engines who view it as a ranking factor. By launching our QuickSites program, we are essentially setting national brands up to expand their local online footprint, which directly ties back to increased local visibility, traffic, and ROI.”
Here is what a national brand can expect when launching local websites via Balihoo QuickSites:
- Balihoo platform set-up
- Unlimited data-driven local websites and regional websites
- Up to 1,000 call-tracking numbers to prove traffic and sales
- Local registration for each website/location
- Access to Balihoo’s Local Sites Console for website updates
- Results tracking and reporting
- Support and guidance from Balihoo experts every step of the way
National brands looking to build local presence and drive customers to their local outlets can launch QuickSites immediately by contacting Balihoo.
Balihoo is the leading local marketing platform, helping national brands activate millions of data-driven campaigns. The cloud-based technology incorporates a full suite of solution modules, ranging from traditional tactics to local digital tactics, which enable national brands and agencies to scale campaigns to local markets and increase revenue. For two years in a row, Balihoo has been ranked as one of the Best Places to Work by Outside Magazine and has topped the list as one of the Best Places to Work in Idaho. To learn more about Balihoo, visit: www.balihoo.com
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