Hello, Randall here with MyMovingocity. I am sure you have heard the term, "Buy it Local". It simply means shop mom n' pop and small businesses in the area to support our local economy. We have launched a marketing website to boost the efficiency of our local businesses. Take a tour to see what we can offer your business. You will also be able to find our contact information. Join a winning team here at MyMovingocity. Come on, lets get moving!
We are trying to reach out to local small businesses like yourself, to offer you an opportunity to have more community exposure. We believe if more people knew about your business, it would give you an advantage in the market-place. It's only takes a few steps to get started. Best of all, it’s no cost to you.
Get started by filling out our simple create an account form. Supply your name, email, a username and password. All the normal questions when creating an account.
An activation message will be sent to your email. Simply click the activate link and your account will be ready for you to list your service. If you just want to be a users you can still write reviews, share listed services and post artices.
With an easy to understand three step “Create A Service” form wizard simply select your type of service, fill in information about your service, upload pictures and submit it. Right away it will be listed in our listed services.
With our share widgets you can add a MyMovingocity link button your website or a review form to make it easy for your visitor to view your profile and write reviews. Help your service get even more exposure.
Every service listed on MyMovingocity we share on our social network accounts like; Google+ and Facebook, to help others learn of your great service. Users can also share a service listed for themselves, furthering your service exposure.
We have partnered with N-Gen Design to help us create and maintain our website by using current resources and user friendly features that are used in today’s web development. Our goal is to not only help our local community but provide it in a way that is used today.