Google has officially rolled out the Google My Business Posts feature to all businesses on GMB. Check out the advantages and get ideas for posting directly to Google.
Your home-based local business will often appear in Google My Business listings with a Street View image of your house if your address is not hidden.
An accurate, well-optimized Google My Business listing plays a very important role in Local SEO, but it may look strange to have an image of your house pop up associated with your business in search results.
However, there are some important things to consider before removing it.
If you have a local storefront or service-area, or your business is geographically-based in some way, then you should be investing in Local SEO.
In this post, we’ll cover the basics and give you some important next-steps you should do.
More competitors now start with a good foundation of on-page search engine-optimization. Learn about simple yet advanced SEO strategies to help you improve your SEO and stay competitive.
What if I told you that your local business can show up higher than a national business in Google search results?
That may seem crazy, but for local businesses, one of the best ways to compete in Google search engine results is to show up in the Google Local 3-Pack.
Being local gives your business an advantage over larger companies that have no local presence.
If you can get your business into the Google Local 3-Pack, it’s a shortcut to Page 1 of Google search engine results. We’ll show you the first steps to take.
Part of a comprehensive Local SEO strategy involves cleaning up and standardizing citations for your business.
If your business has ever had a name change, or phone number change, you may have some duplicate listings floating around out there that need to be removed.
We recently encountered an inaccurate extra listing on HotFrog, so we are sharing how to remove a duplicate listing from HotFrog.
Based on anecdotal evidence, it has always seemed to us that, YES….the more clicks your Google My Business listing receives, the more quickly your website moves up the ranks in local search.
This week, a Google employee left a comment in a forum post that had the SEO community talking about it.