SEO – Best Local Search Practices For Small Business

local seoWhat Is Local Search?

As search engines have evolved over the last 15 years, one goal has always been constant for them: Provide the best results to their users.

 

In a way, local search has always been around in one form or another. In the beginning it was basically about making sure that if your restaurant had a website, you put the address and contact info on there. That way the search engines like Yahoo!, AOL or Lycos could easily find where you were located. It just made sense. Then came internet

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How You Should Spend Your Time On Local SEO

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Timing your local SEO activities

According to the Moz 2013 Local SEO Ranking Factors report conducted by David Mihm, the following activities contributed the most to local SEO success:

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Local SEO Tips For Multiple Locations

seo - search engine optimizationEight things to do today to get all your locations noticed in search.

Hundreds of multi-location business owners find it difficult to navigate the complex world of SEO. Seeing any kind of pay-off at all takes time, and it’s time you probably feel like you don’t have a lot of.

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5 Ways To Maximize Your Local SEO

Maximizing your local SEO is one viable way to drive business to your store. Because 75% of search engine visitors do not look past the first page of search results, it is only practical for any local business that they are ranked ahead of their competitors on Google. Thus, maximizing your website placement leads to higher traffic to your site. However, the search engine king has implemented changes to its search algorithms. These days, the focus is apparently on providing results based on the location of the business and of the search engine user. Therefore, utmost importance must be given to

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How To Improve A Company’s Online Presence and SEO

Internet marketingIf you own or work for a small or local business, chances are you currently have some form of online profile describing services or products you provide and how you can be reached. It doesn’t matter if you have a single webpage or a multi-paged website, as long you have some sort of Internet presence then you are already reaching out to new customers.

What you might not be aware of though is the influence search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing have on directing potential customers to your business. When a person searches online for a local company providing a specific service or product, the aforementioned search engines will identify and locate all relevant companies in the vicinity.   This information is presented as a list, and the positioning of the different companies on the list is determined by the amount of web traffic they receive each week. As a result it is extremely important

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