Being found online is a necessity today with up to 87% of consumers starting their online searches online. Find out why business listings are a must below:
Google warned us for months. Business owners are just too busy to heed warnings in many cases especially when it comes to their website. Often reactions are based after the fact when suddenly their website is not performing as well as it was in the previous months.
You have a 434% higher chance of being ranked highly on search engines if you feature a blog on your website. Learn the Power of a Blog.
Whether it’s keyword planning for the content you write, writing great meta descriptions, writing original content or blogging, it all involves the production of content. That’s because content is key. Implement these strategies and monitor your rankings.
As digital marketing continues to rise, so does the contest for web visibility. If potential customers can’t find you online, you’re missing out on a huge demographic. That’s why we’ve narrowed down five important reasons to use SEO.
Optimizing your website and blog content with the right keywords, meta data and other SEO factors will be hugely beneficial to your business. If you play your SEO cards right, it will get your business found when customers ask Google and Bing about things relevant to your business.
Nothing you do matters if your customers do not know you exist, when you're open, where you're located and what your menu and amenities are. As a restaurant or pub, your single most important marketing tool is your online listing. 81% of consumers have searched for a restaurant on a mobile app - make sure your information is correct. See our list of marketing tools to enhance online searches for your restaurant.
Not only can inaccurate business listings and inconsistent NAP data diminish your brand, but did you know it can also affect search engine optimization (SEO)? Yep, you read that right!
Proofreading is one of the hardest things business owners struggle with - it doesn't seem to matter how many times something is read, it isn't until it is published, that spelling mistake becomes obvious - unlike the one mistake in the title of this post, which was done purposely.
Learn what not to do when prospecting – a true story as it happened to me this week.
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