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Let’s Put Connecticut On The Map!

Let's Put Connecticut On The Map
Written by Sean Henri

Announcing A New Partnership With Google and Pepperland Marketing To Help Connecticut Businesses, Non-Profits and Attractions Get Found Online.

Let's Put Connecticut On The MapWe’re excited to share that we’ve partnered with Pepperland Marketing, an official Google Partner marketing agency based out of Cheshire, CT, to host a series of free local workshops aimed at helping local businesses get online.

Businesses that have complete business information online are twice as likely to be considered reputable by consumers. When people can find info about local dentists, dry cleaners, restaurants and attractions, our community becomes even stronger.

That’s why we’re excited to team up with Pepperland to participate in the “Let’s Put Our Cities On The Map” initiative. We’re confident that by promoting this program, and volunteering to help local business, attractions and associations get online, the Connecticut economy will be stronger – and it will become easier than ever for local residents to find all the great things that Connecticut has to offer.

In the next few weeks we’ll be announcing a series of workshop in towns and cities across Connecticut. Stay tuned for a workshop near you.  By attending you’ll get your business on the map and how to optimize your listing for free so that more local consumers or visitors to your community. Workshop attendees will also learn marketing best practices and tips and tricks that are easy to implement, which will in turn help you grow your business.

In the meantime – updating all of your business info online is free and easy. Get started

If you’re an local government, chamber of commerce, association or non-profit and would like to partner with us to bring a workshop to your town, please email us or call (860) 468-5722 and let us know!

About the author

Sean Henri

Sean is the founder and editor of The Connecticut Weekender, and CEO and Founder of Pepperland Marketing. He's a lifelong CT resident and frequently blogs about the outdoors, beer, food, family life and small business in CT. Follow him on Twitter at @SeanHenri.

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