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How to Acquire More Customers From Google My Business During COVID-19

For multi-location businesses, Google My Business has always been a critical channel for acquiring customers -- online, in store, and over the phone. But now with COVID-19 and social distancing, the way consumers engage with Google My Business has changed. As marketers, we need to change with it or risk losing business to competitors. 

Join the experts from Brandify and DialogTech for this live webinar as they explain new Google My Business trends impacting your revenue and the best practices to take advantage of them. You’ll learn:


How consumer engagement with Google My Business has changed


Which data points marketers should capture and leverage from Google My Business


Strategies to acquire more conversions and customers from Google My Business

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Guest Speaker - Blair Symes

Blair Symes is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at DialogTech, the leading provider of AI-powered call tracking and analytics for marketers. Considered a leading expert on driving call conversions from search and digital marketing, Blair is the author of hundreds of ebooks and articles on marketing optimization and a frequent presenter on webinars with Digital Marketing Depot, AdWeek, MarketingProfs, and more.

Speaker - Damian Rollison

Damian Rollison is VP of Product Strategy at Brandify. With a background in teaching and technology, Damian has focused his career on building innovative products that help businesses large and small get noticed online. Damian's columns appear frequently at Street Fight, Search Engine Land, LSA Insider, and other publications, and he is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.


Brandify is an industry-leading provider of location-based digital marketing solutions that helps brands connect to their customers. Brandify does this by capturing data as well as providing strategy and customized solutions to help brands maximize their online presence and drive customers to their locations.