This week we are shining our Small Business Spotlight on Sue Malo of RevLocal, a digital marketing company.
Sue grew up in Portland and graduated from Willamette University. After living in Chicago for 30 years, she returned home to her family and roots in the Pacific Northwest in 2016. Sue considers herself fortunate to have selected career paths she has been passionate about, first by providing financial education to empower women and youth during her sales career in financial services, and then with RevLocal educating business owners on the effectiveness of digital marketing solutions to grow their businesses and achieve their dreams. As the premier digital marketing agency nationwide, what she loves about RevLocal is the constant innovation and opportunity to be an entrepreneur in a highly respected, world-class organization. As a Digital Marketing Consultant, Sue meets with small business owners who are overwhelmed with their online marketing needs. Sue knows that:
- 97% of consumers search for local businesses online.
- 90% of consumers take an action after a local search.
- 86% of consumers read online reviews before making a purchase decision.
Due to the constant evolution of the internet, reaching new customers has become increasingly complex for small business owners. It is her passion to make it less complicated for small businesses to reach their desired audience, through services including local search, review marketing, paid advertising, and social media – wherever a business needs to fill a gap in their online strategy. Sue offers her business owner clientele a local partner, as well as a team of marketing experts who stay up to date on industry best practices. This collaborative relationship, paired with customizable plans, helps her clients reach their business goals. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy. If you are a small business owner and want to start reaching new customers who are already searching for you (without spending a lot of money or signing any contracts), but you're not quite sure how, please contact Sue at [email protected]. She is a fabulous resource.