How To Get Found Formerly known as Google Places and Google My Business, Google Business Profile is an easy-to-use tool to manage your online presence across the Google ecosystem (e.g., Search, Maps). While it has evolved over the years with new features, it largely remains the same. Having a complete Google Business Profile helps your …
Give Us Your Opinion Products displaying at least five reviews are 270% more likely to get purchased, according to a Northwestern University study. So getting online reviews is big business. However, fake reviews are a growing problem. Earlier this year Amazon was investigated by a UK advocacy group; they analyzed hundreds of tech products to …
Google has recently published some alarming information about its local SEO tool Google My Business. If your GMB account is managed by a person that had previously had a Google My Business account banned, your account could be in danger too.
Link building for local events is a great way to cultivate a natural link profile for your website. Yet, we find that many clients don’t understand the value of keeping event related pages active on a website. This post will share tips on how to leverage local events for search visibility and valuable SEO.
Recently we have been working with our clients to help them strengthen their local search visibility. Local SEO is very different from general SEO, and sometimes even contradicts it. Google announced in their recent AdWords and Analytics talk at the Google I/O summit that 75% of local mobile searches result in visits to businesses within one day and 28% of those searches resulting in purchases. So as local SEO is becoming more important than ever, check out our top tips.
Google are dipping their toes into the social media pool again with Google Bulletin. Bulletin is a local network designed to share local news, locally.
Google My Business is an important part of your online presence. Having a fully optimized profile can be a great way of helping customers find out the information they need for your business. To further enhance this Google have now given users the opportunity to send direct messages to business owners through the Google My Business platform. So, if someone isn’t sure what time you close on Sunday, they can send you a direct message to ask.
The holiday season has begun. You’ve gotten through Thanksgiving, and it’s now that busy try-to-get-everything-done period before Christmas and New Year. You might be flat out with a Christmas rush or busy planning for next year. To make this busy period even worse (or better, depending on your perspective) you’re going to be taking time off in the middle of it. So, how do you get your holiday checklist ready to prepare for time off over the festive period?
Today we’re taking another look at local SEO and some ways that you can make sure you’re top of the page in 2017. So while you’re still recovering from that New Year’s hangover take a look at the local SEO tips that will set you up for the rest of the year.
Making the Internet Local If you follow our blog, you’ll probably know by now that we’re fans of Yoast. The local SEO plugin is one tool we use to optimize our pages and blog posts. So when we saw they were releasing an app specifically designed to help with local SEO, we wanted to check it …