Having a Google My Business listing is only the first step to local SEO. You also need to optimise the content just as you would for your website.
Do you know what 80% of people do before they go shopping? They Google. And if they’re about to head out the door to look for a local supplier or retailer, they Google.
SEO trick: You can greatly enhance your visibility in local Google searches using just one free, simple tool.
Do you have 30 minutes to spare to vastly improve your website’s visibility in search engines? Think again about local SEO. Because you could be missing out on the one simple trick that gets your business noticed by search engines.
Advice on using social media to build an audience, enhance your website's reputation and help your SEO.
What counts with Google and other search engines is a web page’s authority and reputation. How do you get that? By creating interest in your website and driving traffic to it, that’s how. The more people land on your site, look around it and engage with it, the better for your SEO.
If location is important to your target market then your website needs to reflect this. It's easy to create local content that will improve your SEO results.
I’ve already blogged about the fact that 30% of Google searches have a local element, i.e. approximately 1 in 3 people using Google are looking for a local supplier. So if geography and location is an important part of your target market, then your website content needs to reflect this. Here are 5 simple tips to make sure you can be found by your nearest prospective customers.