ARCSI ‘Local Search’ Presentation for Cleaning Companies

By Max Thomas

First of all – A BIG ‘Thank You’ to ARCSI for a super conference and the opportunity to present!

Second – A BIG ‘Thank You’ to all the participants who attended Thunder’s ‘Local Search’ presentation!

Last Wednesday (September 10, 2008), I had a great time presenting to a dynamic group of cleaning company owners and executives from around the country at ARCSI national conference in Las Vegas. Below is the link to the ‘local search’ presentation which covered key points including (i) what is local search, (ii) why it matters to regional companies, (iii) step-by-step guide to ranking on the search engine ‘map results’ and (iv) ongoing tactics. Before me was the dynamic duo of Alison Ganz and Cheryl Freiburg of Hawkeye Search Marketing. You can view their pay-per-click presentation online. Please free to leave any comments or contact me directly with questions. Thanks again for a great afternoon!

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Max Thomas

By Max Thomas

Max is a nationally recognized digital marketing specialist who is an expert on search engine optimization and data-driven digital marketing who has spoken at SMX and SMX Advanced, LMA Southeast, LMA Tech in San Francisco, WordCamp and other industry recognized conferences. As the founder and CEO of ThunderActive, Max has lead his team (with offices in San Diego and New York City) to success for clients in legal, real estate, life sciences, consumer goods and new tech. A Columbia undergraduate with a Yale MBA, Max is an Impact Circle Member for The Trevor Project and is an advisor to start-up companies and angel investment networks, including Gaingels and Serval Ventures in New York.

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  • Adam Gilly

    The President of ARCSI said that, there is the assumption that they have no control over the external factors that keep success just beyond their reach. The hope that once things level off there will be profitability and quality of life, keeps owners hanging on year after year.