By Jody Grunden
I bet you can imagine that marketing a virtual accounting firm is different than it is for traditional brick-and-mortar accounting firms. When you’re only serving your local area, you need to focus on things like signage, local advertising, the Yellow Pages, your website, Google My Business, Yelp, Chamber of Commerce and word-of-mouth referrals. Those are all great ways to get noticed by people in your area who would benefit from the services you offer.
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When your customer base isn’t confined to a specific location, however, it changes the game a bit. You still want word-of-mouth referrals and you still need a website, but it becomes even more important to focus on search engine optimization (SEO) and thought leadership – developing your online platform, publishing articles with industry publications, speaking, etc. – to help people discover your services.