Maximizing Your ROI with Hyperlocal Marketing Tactics
Podcast by Clarence Fisher
hyperlocal marketing tactics

About This Episode

Hyperlocal marketing is the process of connecting with people in your local area through targeted advertising, promotions, and campaigns.

It's a powerful tool that can help you grow your business by reaching hyper-targeted audiences who are more likely to be interested in what you have to offer.

In today's episode, we're diving into the exciting world of hyperlocal digital marketing.

If you've ever wanted to learn the secret sauce for driving more foot traffic and targeted leads to your brick-and-mortar business, then you won't want to miss this one.

We'll unravel the hype behind hyperlocal marketing, explore its benefits, and journey through tips on how to craft the perfect strategy tailored to your store's demographic.

So, grab a comfy seat, listen in, and prepare to boost your business to new heights with hyperlocal digital marketing!

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Intro: You're listening to Local Market Monopoly with Clarence Fisher, uncovering the tills tactics and strategies, the most successful small businesses used to die their local market and own the,

Clarence Fisher: Hey, welcome back to Local Market Monopoly. It's Clarence Fisher, your host, and here we are with episode 65. Today I want to break down Hyperlocal versus local or local versus hyperlocal. You may have noticed that at localmarketmonopoly.com. The website we have on the homepage, hyperlocal small business marketing and really it's hyperlocal digital marketing is our focus, but I just kind of wanted Tolar take a second to clarify what that is. I mean, we changed our emails. Everything has been switched to Hyperlocal and this is what Hyperlocal pertains to neighborhoods even more specific marketing than the city. And this is where we're going with this, with the whole own your block. If you think about your typical retailer, chiropractic office, anyone who your sports baring grill, anyone who serves most businesses, I'll tell you like this, most businesses waste money in marketing advertising outside of their six mile zone, six miles, six mile radius around the business.
You would save money by just marketing within that area because that's where most of your business is going to come from. If you're a vet, if you know what I'm thinking about, if you are, let's see, employment agency, who else? Well, definitely a bank would serve the city. Business banking would serve the city, but for sure banks are going to serve your six mile zone. Most businesses are going to do best by marketing to their six mile radius, and that's what we mean when we say own the block. Now do we mean don't advertise to the rest of the city with your digital marketing? No, but where you should start is that hyper local area. Lock that down first. Then once you have that under control and you have marketing systems in place for that, you're running your Facebook ads and your Facebook ads have the six mile radius.
You're running your Google ads, your Google ads have the six mile radius. If you're doing every door direct mail, you're in that six mile radius. Now you can even advertise on what Hulu, Roku, Pandora to people who work and live within your six mile radius. And once you're seeing a return on that, then we keep that going and then we move to the rest of the city. Let me give you an example. Let's say you're a chiropractic office and you're in Broken Arrow. You want to run your ads six miles around your practice and lock that in. And then once you have that going, then we move to the rest of Broken Arrow. Super simple, but it makes a man, I mean, the results are crazy and you save so much money by just hitting that local area, and I didn't know if you know that you can, I mean that you can do that, especially with the way that Google is going right now, the way that Facebook is going right now where they're like, Hey, give us your address and what's the radius you want to serve this at?
And then serve it. I think most people are afraid to limit their marketing to that specific area, but at the same time are worried about wasting ad dollars. I mean, this is what I run into is, Hey, we need to blank. We need to advertise to the whole city, but I only have this much money to advertise. Well, if you have this much money to advertise, which I'm not saying, or you should have an unlimited amount to advertise, none of us have that, right? We don't don't have that Coca-Cola money. We have a specific amount of dollars that has to bring back friends. So what I would advise you to do is go to whoever's running your ads, go to your team and say, do we have this six mile zone? Do we own the six mile zone TM trademark? That's what we need to do first.
So that's hyperlocal and that's why you see it on Local Market Monopoly's website. That's why you see it on all of our emails because we really want to get across this idea that if you own that six mile zone, you will own your block. And then once that is under control, then we'll move to more of the local marketing, which includes the town and the entire city. I'm sure it makes sense. All right. Hey, if go to the local market monopoly.com/ask. If you have a specific question about your specific business, your strategy, your marketing campaign, we'll get it on and we will get it answered for you. What do we have coming up next week? Oh, we're talking about sending too many emails. Yeah, that's got to be a good one. So I will see you next week and so glad that you're here and appreciate your time. Go own the block.

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