Online Workshop: Google My Business

August 26, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Google My Business listings allow your business’ information to appear before the first search result when potential customers are searching for your products or services within a certain area. When used correctly, GMB is a powerful tool for driving customers your way and dominating the first page of a Google search.  This free tool is critical for adding exposure, trust and satisfaction that you are providing to your audience and customer base.

Join us as Jim Lowe, the Creative Director of Midland’s Award-Winning Digital Marketing firm Assisting You Social, discusses the importance of claiming your Google My Business listing, and provides tips on unlocking the value within!

About The Presenter: Jim Lowe

Jim’s mission in life is to beat back the bland forces of boring online content. Jim’s Social Media Super Powers include Branding, Content Creation, Blogging, Ad Management and Marketing Strategy. A graduate of both Wilfrid Laurier University and Georgian College, Jim has more than two decades of experience creating content and building brand awareness for hundreds of clients ranging from local start-ups to some of the World’s largest corporations.

Since teaming up with his sister (and Assisting You Social founder) Barbara Lowe in 2015, Jim has used those Super Powers to help local entrepreneurs grow their businesses through superior online strategies. With full-service offices in both Midland & Barrie, Assisting You Social has become one of Simcoe County’s largest and most respected social media management firms.
In 2018, Jim became the first individual to receive the annual Outstanding Marketing & Promotion Award from the Ontario Lacrosse Association, an honour previously only awarded to organizations and teams.
Jim is a member of the Southern Georgian Bay Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Barrie Chamber of Commerce, BNI Business By the Bay, and the Titans Marketing Group. Jim is also a well-known figure in the local sports personality through his work as an announcer on Rogers TV, webcasts, and in-arena for many local teams.