Gérer votre fiche d’entreprise sur Frontlocal

Le printemps est dans l’air et notre campagne de publicité commence bientôt! Nous allons faire de la publicité dans la région de Montréal sur plusieurs canaux de publicité dans les prochaines semaines.
Pour profiter de l’augmentation de visiteurs sur le frontlocal, il ya quelques choses que vous pouvez faire en tant que propriétaire d’entreprise afin de mieux atteindre des clients:


Maximiser l’efficacité et la visibilité de votre profil d’entreprise

Connectez-vous à votre compte et cliquez sur “Mon profil” pour vous rendre à vos données de profil. Ici vous pouvez voir et éditer votre fiche d’entreprise.


Voici quelques conseils pour améliorer votre fiche d’entreprise:

  • Assurez-vous que votre entreprise est inscrite dans la bonne catégorie.
  • Assurez-vous que la description contient des mots-clés important que les utilisateurs peuvent rechercher
  • Vérifiez que vos informations de contact sont correctes (email, téléphone, site web, etc.)
  • Encouragez vos clients à vous laisser un commentaire sur fronlocal.com. Les commentaires honnêtes aident beaucoup à ameliorer votre crédibilité et réputation en-ligne – même si ils ne sont pas complètement positive!

Gérez vos offres de service

Cliquez sur l’onglet “Mes tâches” pour vous montrer vos offres actuelles. Vous pouvez modifier toute offre qui n’a pas encore été terminée.


  • Ajouter toutes vos coordonnées, comme un numéro de téléphone, site web, etc
  • Inclure des promotions si vous en offrez actuellement.
  • Faite la promotion de vos offres en les partageant sur Facebook et Twitter.
  • Si vous avez une page facebook, de nous faire savoir en nous aimant.
  • N’oubliez pas d’inclure une photo de profil et des photos d’exemples de votre travail. Les photos aident beaucoup a démarquer vos offres

Recevoir des notifications

Enfin, assurez-vous que votre catégorie d’entreprise est correctement défini. Nous utilisons cette catégorie pour vous envoyer des notifications lorsque de nouvelles demandes viennent qui pourraient vous intéresser. 

Si vous préférez ne pas recevoir les notifications par courriel, vous pouvez simplement supprimer une catégorie dans votre liste.


Comme toujours, laissez-nous savoir si vous avez des questions ou des commentaires !

Managing your business profile on Localfront

Spring is in the air and our advertising campaign will be starting soon! We will be advertising in the Montreal area using several advertising channels in the next few weeks.
To take advantage of the upcoming increase in interest at localfront, there’s a couple of things you can do as a business owner to better reach customers:


Maximize the effectiveness and visibility of your business profile

Login to your account and click on ‘My Profile’ to get to your profile data. Here you can see and edit your business listing data.


Here are some tips to improve your business listing:

  • Make sure your business is listed in the correct category.
  • Make sure your business description contains important keywords that users may be searching on.
  • Verify that your contact information is correct (email, phone, website, etc).
  • Encourage your customers to review you on localfront.

Manage your service offers

Clicking the ‘My Jobs’ tab will show you your current offers. You can edit any offer which has not yet been completed.



  • Add all your contact details such as a phone number, website, etc.
  • Include any promotions you may currently be offering.
  • Promote your offers by liking and tweeting it.
  • If you have a facebook page, let us know by liking us.
  • Be sure to include a profile photo and photos of examples of your work.  Photos really help your offers stand out.

Receive Notifications

Lastly, make sure your business category is correctly set. We use this category to send you notifications when new requests come in that might interest you.

If you prefer to not receive email notifications, you can simply remove a category from your list.


As always, let us know if you have any questions or comments!


Calling all Service Providers!

Are you looking for ways to find new clients?

  • Are you trying to improve your online presence?
  • Would you like to advertise online without spending a fortune?
  • Do you want a way to list your services for potential clients to see?
  • Do you want an easy and effective way for customers to contact you?

You can do do this all for free on Localfront

Localfront is a free marketplace where potential clients can find you and you to find them.
All you have to do is post your service once and we take care of the rest.
All you information is instantly available for everyone to see!
And since Localfront is for local businesses, you only get contacted
by customers in your area.

What does LocalFront let you do?

You can create a professional personalized profile of your Business
and Services. This profile is permanent so you don’t have to re-post every week or
every month. You can manage customer relationships as well as jobs directly from your Localfront account.

Advertise to more people without paying more.  LocalFront is free and
won’t break your budget.

Posting your service is easy and only takes a few minutes.  And the
best part is Localfront is completely FREE!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us


Post your service on Localfront today and see what Localfront can do
for you and your business.

Online Ad spending surpasses newspaper spending in US in 2010

According to eMarketer, 2010 will “mark the first time marketers put more money into online advertising than newspapers.”

Although 2010 marks the first time online spending has surpasses newspaper spending, the industry trend suggests more and more of advertising budgets will be spent online.

In the United States, marketers will spend US$25.7-billion on newspaper advertising in 2010 — which includes both print and online editions — a drop of 6.6% over 2009. For print newspapers, spending will fall to just $22.9-billion.

At the same time, U.S. online ad spending is expected to jump to $25.8-billion by the end of 2010, a 13.9% jump over 2009.

According to eMarketer, print newspaper spending has already been cut in half since 2006, whereas total US online ad spending will continue double-digit growth through 2014, when it will surpass $40 billion.

Buying Local

There are many reasons to buy local.  Here are a few:

1. Keep money in our community

Significantly more money re-circulates locally when purchases are made at locally owned, rather than nationally owned businesses. This multiplier is due in part to locally owned businesses purchasing more often from other local businesses, service providers and farms. Purchasing local helps grow other businesses as well as the local tax base.
(A 10/04 study shows that locally-owned businesses generate a premium in enhanced economic impact
-For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $45 goes back into the community and our tax base.
-For every $100 spent at a chain store, only $14 comes back).

2. Non Profits Receive Greater Support.

Local business owners donate more to local charities than non-local owners.

3. Keep our community unique. Where we shop, where we eat and have fun
-all of it makes our community home. Our one-of-a-kind businesses are an integral part of the distinctive character of this place. Our tourism businesses also benefit.
-When people go on vacation they generally seek out destinations that offer them the sense of being someplace, not just anyplace. ~ Richard Moe, President, National Historic Preservation Trust

4.Reduce environmental impact: Locally owned businesses can make more local purchases requiring less transportation and generally set up shop in town or city centers as opposed to developing on the fringe. This generally means contributing less to sprawl, congestion, habitat loss and pollution.

5. Create more good jobs:
Small local businesses are the largest employer nationally and in our community, provide the most jobs to residents.
Small local businesses are the largest employers nationally.

6. Get better service: Local businesses often hire people with a better understanding of the products they are selling and take more time to get to know customers.

7. Invest in community: Local businesses are owned by people who live in this community, are less likely to leave, and are more invested in the community’s future.

8. Put your taxes to good use: Local businesses in town centers require comparatively little infrastructure investment and make more efficient use of public services as compared to nationally owned stores entering the community.

9. Buy what you want, not what someone wants you to buy: A marketplace of tens of thousands of small businesses is the best way to ensure innovation and low prices over the long-term. A multitude of small businesses, each selecting products based not on a national sales plan but on their own interests and the needs of their local customers, guarantees a much broader range of product choices.

10. Encourage local prosperity: A growing body of economic research shows that in an increasingly homogenized world, entrepreneurs and skilled workers are more likely to invest and settle in communities that preserve their one-of-a-kind businesses and distinctive character.

Local products support local economies. Buying products from local growers, farmers and food artisans keeps money in the community, supporting the local economy.

Localfront GroupBuy is an initiative to reward shopping locally at participating businesses.  Our exclusive deals offers great savings at local businesses and helps strengthen our local economy.

Join as a local business and promote this initiative together with others. You’ll benefit through increased sales and cross-promotion and reach many local shoppers near you.

Cooperative Buying on Localfront

Cooperative Group Buying on Localfront is a fun way to get great discounts.

Cooperative Group Buying online is basically bulk buying with a group of people online. The goal of bulk buying is to get volume discounts by agreeing to buy a certain number of units.

Localfront makes it easy for people to come together to form a group and get stuff cheaper and locally. Interested businesses can propose offers to the group at any time, and as the popularity of a group increases, the Localfront team will actively negotiate with local businesses to supply offers to the group.