Maybe you’re that small mom and pop shop which started over 30 years ago or maybe you just launched you first entrepreneurial enterprise.
The Internet a crowded and noisy place, so when you search for something online, you’re going to get a barrage of search results. Thousands of them. Hundreds of thousands. No one would click through on each of them. Most web users will click on the first couple results that are listed, and then modify their search if they don’t see what they want.
Your competition never rests. Even as we speak they’re looking for new ways to dominate their section of the internet and make sure no one else has an opportunity to outpace them in the rankings.
Today we have a special guest post from Julia McCoy, CEO of Express Writers.
There are lots of ways content is extremely beneficial for Google rankings, but one fail-proof ranking opportunity is through original, well-written local keyword-optimized landing pages. If, for example, someone was to search for "Atlanta bathroom plumbing," a well-written, 800-word
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It's a no brainer that customers search online for local businesses, and if you're not easily found you're missing out on customers. If you're a local business, you can get a head start on your local SEO efforts by creating a Google Places page in 10 easy steps.
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