This refers to how well your local listing matches with what somebody is searching for
How far away your location is from where someone is searching
This is based off of how well known your business is online or offline
Why Do You Need SEO?
Everyday someone is looking for your product or service online. The majority of people do not navigate past the first page of search engine results. If you don’t show up on the first page chances are your competition is. This means you are missing our on these high quality leads while your competition is getting them. We not only want to get you on the first page of search engine results by as high up on the first page as you can get.
Quality Over Quantity
The goal of a lot of online marketing agencies is to get you as much traffic to your site as they can get. This is considered a win for them. We differ in that we want as much high quality traffic as we can get you. It does your company no good if they traffic coming your site isn’t converting to sales, appointments, etc. Let’s start driving the right traffic to your site.
Types of SEO
It’s important to know that there are 2 main types of SEO, Organic SEO & Local SEO. Neither cost you money when they are clicked on but both serve a purpose and are different in a couple of ways.
These are the search results that show up under the local listings on a search engine result page. These are free clicks, you do not get charged for clicks on these.
There are a number of aspects involved in order to rank high in Organic listings. It is vital that you keep up with an Google algorithm updates, sometimes these will have a drastic effect on your rank.
It is vital that you have someone who is an expert in SEO and is constantly monitoring and working to keep you ranking high.
These are the search results that show up under the Pay-Per-Click ads and above Organic search engine results. These work similar to Organic search results but have three factors Google takes into consideration when ranking your location listing.
Relevance - This refers to how well your local listing matches with what somebody is searching for.
Distance - How far away your location is from where someone is searching or what they are searching for.
Prominence - This is based off of how well known your business is online or offline. Things taken into account are links, articles, and reviews.
We have Google certified experts who keep a good standing relationship with Google to assure we always know where your website stands with the search engine giant.