Jackie is a writer and editor by nature, who has recently made her way into the digital marketing industry. She graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a dual specialization in health and business. She has had a longtime passion for writing and telling stories, which fueled her desire to bring creativity into the world of business writing. She loves the challenge of making a business more relatable and creating a personality behind a company through writing.
Originally from a small town in Cleveland, Ohio, Jackie has always had a deep appreciation for small businesses. She understands the importance of shopping, eating and supporting local, and is excited to work with a company that embodies local business.
In her free time, Jackie loves to travel. She is always looking for a new adventure, and hopes to eventually travel to every continent. In the meantime, you will find her exploring Columbus’s impressive food and nature scenes.
Her other hobbies include running, hiking, cooking, watching movies and correcting peoples’ grammar.
Owning your Google local listing is an absolute must when it comes to marketing your company. Anyone who is familiar with the digital marketing industry can tell you that. But for those who don’t work in the world of online marketing, it can be difficult to understand what exactly your local listing page is, and, more importantly, how crucial it is to your business.
First, let’s start with the basics.
So long 2016, hello 2017! It’s a new year and we at Locallogy are all reflecting on the changes we saw in this past year’s digital marketing industry: location pages became a game-changer and online customer reviews are making and breaking businesses, just to name a few. All this reflection on 2016’s trends has us all wondering: what will happen in the digital marketing field in 2017?