Small Business Saturday 2018 is right around the corner — and there’s still time to make a plan to promote your business on November 24th! 10 quick tips and tricks to make the most out of Small Business Saturday: Plan something special for your business – and make sure you promote your event online Visit ShopSmall.com/YourDay to see […]
We’re pleased to report that Hibu’s own RC Thompson, Director of Digital Product Management, was interviewed by LSA (Local Search Association) for their Blog, LSA Insider. In the interview, RC talked about the expansion of voice search within Hibu’s current Websites and Listings Management program. LSA is a not-for-profit industry association of media companies, agencies […]
At Hibu, our sole focus is helping small businesses succeed and grow -– that’s why we’re pleased to announce that once again this year, Hibu is an official Corporate Supporter for Small Business Saturday®, taking place on November 24th. Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting local small businesses, strengthening local economies and celebrating communities across the country. Created […]
Scare up some business this Halloween Treat your business to some seasonal tips and tricks that can help you keep your (jack-o-lantern) lights on longer as the days get shorter. Go ahead — treat yourself to more than one!
To effectively advertise your business online today you need a website and social media, ads on search pages, Facebook and popular websites. You need to share positive customer reviews and more. But if all these things are separate, disconnected programs then, to a certain extent, you’re wasting your money. If you’re going to reach your […]
We’re pleased to announce that Hibu’s clients can now be found with voice search on Amazon Echo devices and Alexa-powered services. This adds to the current voice search visibility that we already provide to Hibu clients on Google Assistant and Apple’s Maps and Siri-enabled services. So if you have a Hibu Website* and Hibu […]
“Ok, Google… how old is Google?” You don’t have to search for the question, we’re happy to tell you that Google is 20 years old today!