Localsearch vows to help Australian businesses stay afloat amidst Covid-19 crisis

Localsearch vows to help Australian businesses stay afloat amidst Covid-19 crisis

A Coronavirus Savings Package aimed at assisting tens of thousands of Australian businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic was launched today by digital marketing gurus Localsearch.

Three new products and significant cost savings are part of the company's discounted package which will help business owners with digital marketing during this uncertain period of time.

Director of Digital at Localsearch Adam Boote says the business's ability to create an entire suite of products at such low prices, and in record time, comes from their agile methodology, derived from their 27 years in the industry.

"Look, we've been helping small businesses for more than 27 years, and no one has seen anything like this, and we want to do whatever we can to ensure businesses get through this," says Boote.

"In four days, we have created three new products and their necessary workflows. We've heavily slashed prices, below what anyone has seen in the industry before; we're talking five page website subscriptions from $29 per week, social media marketing at $59 per week and local SEO from $19 per week."

Outside of this package, Localsearch also offers a full suite of other digital marketing services, including Google Ads.

In spite of the current depressed market, many of Localsearch's clients have seen great success by optimising their Google Ads, SEO and other digital marketing tools.

One case in particular is Localsearch's client of more than eight years, The Plumbing & Electrical Doctor.

On optimising the business' ads to focus on bidet installation services, the business saw a $28 return on investment on every lead for each dollar spent.

 

 

Adam Boote says part of the success of the campaign for The Plumbing & Electrical Doctor comes from Localsearch's ability to respond to rapidly changing situations.

"Every Localsearch client has their own account manager who they can contact to discuss any specials they are running or anything that makes them stand out," Boote said.

"Our ability to then jump on these changes and adapt them to trends so quickly is so crucial for businesses right now. This skill was one of the leading points in our entry for the Google Premier Partner Awards, which led us to be finalists."

Last year, Localsearch was nominated for multiple prestigious industry awards, including the Google Premier Partner Awards for the Growing Businesses Online Category.

For more information about Localsearch's COVID-19 Savings Package click here

This article was written in partnership with Localsearch.

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