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Facts & Stats
Is fixing leaks really worth the effort?
These stats point to yes.
Source: Pew Internet
Sources: Nielsen & BrightLocal
PR Newswire/Gleanster
Source: ReachLocal Data
Internet Retailer
Source: BIA/Kelsey
Source: Online Marketing Institute
Source: ReachLocal Data
Source: Harvard Business Review
Source: Gleanster
Source: Gleanster, ReachLocal internal data
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Don't Leak Leads - Leak Stats and Insights by ReachLocal

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Don't Leak Leads is all about educating SMBs on the importance of identifying where they are missing opportunities to reach new clients and get new business. These stats provide a few insights into how consumers find local businesses online, what they expect from business websites, and how businesses follow up and nurture leads. To learn more about the Don't Leak Leads movement, visit www.dontleakleads.com.

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  1. 1. Facts & Stats Is fixing leaks really worth the effort? These stats point to yes.
  2. 2. Source: Pew Internet
  3. 3. Sources: Nielsen & BrightLocal
  4. 4. PR Newswire/Gleanster
  5. 5. Source: ReachLocal Data
  6. 6. Internet Retailer
  7. 7. Source: BIA/Kelsey
  8. 8. Source: Online Marketing Institute
  9. 9. Source: ReachLocal Data
  10. 10. Source: Harvard Business Review
  11. 11. Source: Gleanster
  12. 12. Source: Gleanster, ReachLocal internal data
  13. 13. Want to learn more about how to fix leaks in your marketing that may be losing you customers? Visit www.dontleakleads.com today!
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