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Здравствуйте! На, мой взгляд, наиболее рациональным для вас будет приобретение пакета «стандарт».

Мы предлагаем: 1. Размещение в разделе «парикмахерские », что позволит Вам привлечь всю целевую аудиторию, которая ищет Ваши услуги. Эта рубрика на данный момент продвинута в поисковиках в ТОП.

2. Мы создадим для Вас, персональную страницу. Разместим там информацию о Вас, Ваших преимуществах и услугах, ценах и новостях. Это дает возможность Вашим клиентам получить больше информации о Вас, а значит быстро связаться с Вами и сделать заказ именно у Вас, тем самым увеличить Ваши продажи! Согласитесь, это удобно! Пример страницы: http://spatime.relax.by/

3. Мы подключим Вас к нашей службе онлайн-заявок. Это сервис, где наши пользователи оставляют свои заявки. Это значит, что Вы будете получать на свою электронную почту, а также посредством смс-сообщений все заявки по Вашему направлению, а значит экономить время и зарабатывать деньги.

4. Мы будем продвигать Вашу персональную страницу по названию компании в гугле и яндексе. Это даст возможность ещё проще и чаще находить Вас Вашим заинтересованным и постоянным клиентам и обращаться именно к Вам, контекстная реклама также включена в пакет. 5. Ваша страница будет размещаться в мобильном приложении. На данный момент приложение скачало 237 000 человек. По анализу наших аналитиков, мобильным приложением пользуются люди, которые находятся в городе и уже готовы принимать решение. Это даст Вам дополнительную возможность привлечь потенциальных клиентов. 6. Вы будете размещать свои скидки и специальные предложение в рубрике "Скидки". http://skidki.relax.by/. По запросам "Скидки минска" рубрика продвинута в ТОП 1 в поисковиках google и yandex. Статистика данной рубрики 147 тыс. уникальных посетителей в месяц. Это даст Вам горячих потенциальных клиентов, которые целенаправленно ищут услуги со скидкой. 7. Ваши мероприятия будут размещены в рубрике "Афиша". На данный момент рубрику просматривает 652 000 уникальных посетителей в месяц. Это поможет Вам привлечь клиентов обучающие масштабные мероприятия и т.д. 8. Мы предоставляем Вам доступ в личный кабинет, с помощью которого Вы сможете управлять своей страницей и регулярно размещать/обновлять информацию для привлечения большего трафика. А так же, Вам будет просто отследить статистику просмотров Вашей страницы. 11. При размещении данного пакета Вы получаете бонусом услуги фотографа и журналиста, Наш журналист напишет сео адаптированную статью о Вашей компании, это позволит продвигать Вашу страницу в поисковиках.

Таким образом, вышеперечисленные инструменты позволят Вам получать реальные заказы и клиентов. *Статистику просмотров по парикмахерским, а так же цены я прикрепила. Хорошего дня…...

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