Cogent launches new GMB 3 pack ranking product to Huntington NY local businesses

Cogent is celebrating the launch of its new GMB 3 pack services product by giving away the first 5 copies to Huntington NY local business. Further info can be found at https://gmaps.bizlink.tech/.

Northport, United States - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Using a cutting edge Google algorithm friendly solution, online digital service provider Cogent Online Solutions will be celebrating the launch of its ‘Hyper Local’ GMB 3 pack services software by giving away the product to the first 5 businesses that contact them! It’s reported the event will take place on February 14th 2019.

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In a space where most competitors simply advertise on facebook or put banners up on their site and fail to cause much of a stir, Cogent Online Solutions has opted to take a different approach with its new product that uses the latest technology to provide local businesses with a truly competitive Google My Business edge.

Christian Maguire, Founder at Cogent Online Solutions, says: “We wanted to provide a unique solution to the latest google algorithm changes with our ‘Hyper Local’ GMB 3 pack services and we believe that this a ‘no brainer’ for local business websites.”

“We’re hoping it helps as many local businesses as possible.. The launch should go great unless everyone decides to have Valentine’s Day off!”

Cogent Online Solutions has always thrived on the idea of standing out and making a commotion. It’s all part of the fun and it’s going to shine a light on a truly unique piece of software that can substantially move the needle in bringing more customers/clients/patients to local businesses that incorporate it into their websites. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways Cogent Online Solutions achieves that goal.

When asked about GMB 3 pack services ‘Hyper Local’ solution, Christian Maguire said: “We think it’s going to be a real hit because the cutting edge linkage that deploys on the local website should have customers flocking from bigger surrounding towns and cities!”.

GMB 3 pack services is set to launch February 14th 2019. To find out more, visit https://gmaps.bizlink.tech/

For further information about Cogent Online Solutions, all this can be discovered at https://socialbuzz.bizlink.tech/

240 Main Street #421, Northport, New York, 11768

631 450 2190

Contact Info:
Name: Christian Maguire
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Organization: Cogent Online Solutions
Address: 240 Main Street Ste 421, Northport, New York 11768, United States
Phone: +1-631-450-2190
Website: https://socialbuzz.bizlink.tech/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481413

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