Todd Ebert | Street Fight

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Understanding the Local Consumer’s Online Path to Purchase

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Consumers are using the web to become highly informed about everything they buy, and what they see (or don’t) about a business online affects whether they purchase from that company. It's much more complex and time-consuming for small businesses to reach these digital consumers than ever before, so it’s up to solutions providers to help clients create and sustain a total web presence...

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