Category: Local

Acquisio Goes Loco for Local at LSA17

3 days ago Chandal Nolasco Da Silva Local No Comments

Reaching nearby customers has never been easier for small businesses. Whether it be on Google, Facebook, or another digital platform, SMBs now have an advertising superpower. But getting a handle on a brand new marketing strategy can be a bit tough for some smaller, local businesses. Without a dedicated marketing team,...

Why SMBs Are Spending More on Digital Marketing

February 13, 2017 Chandal Nolasco Da Silva Local No Comments

SMBs are catching wind of digital marketing products and services available to them and are responding with serious investments. In fact we've noticed small businesses are injecting more funds into online advertising than ever before. Borrell Associates, a group specializing in media-industry marketing reports, conducted their annual SMB survey (the largest...

Acquisio Introduces Promote, an All-in-One Digital Marketing Solution for Small Businesses

November 4, 2015 Sebastien Provencher Digital Marketing for Beginners, Local, Mobile, PPC Marketing, SEM 19 Comments

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I’m happy to announce the launch of Acquisio Promote, an all-in-one digital marketing solution for local businesses in need of a digital presence and new customer generation. Why We Created Promote People who have been following my career know that I deeply care about helping local businesses leverage digital marketing...

Visit Montreal this Summer

June 23, 2015 Jillian Zacchia Local No Comments

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This July Acquisio is hosting a Summit in the beautiful city of Montreal. If you're hesitant to venture over to Canada, especially if you've never been, here's what you'll be missing. Sin City or The City of Saints - You Decide Montreal is famous around the world for all of...

It’s Marketing “In the Moment” That Matters

May 4, 2015 David McIninch Local No Comments

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At my previous company, we delivered complex enterprise software that was meant for large companies and specifically, the employees of those companies, but we never wanted our users to sense that complexity and feel less important. We focused on the idea that big software didn't need to FEEL big to...