local search

Maintaining your online presence is difficult. There are a lot of elements to consider and execute, and keeping up with all the tasks takes an extraordinary amount of detail and focus.┬áIt’s a daily effort to keep the search engine optimization up-to-date on your primary website, and it’s a necessary task for improving your ranking on Google and other search engines

One of the most often left behind practices is optimizing for local search. It’s easy to get caught up in the size and power of the billions of people on the Internet and how to best reach them. However, nearly all small businesses will still see a huge chunk of their online leads come in locally. This is because shoppers, even on the Internet, like to shop local.

Have you made optimizing your website for local search a priority? Do you know where to begin?

This whitepaper will serve as an excellent guide to further solidifying your place on the Web.

Get The Whitepaper Here

 

About Chris Vaughn


Chris builds, manages and executes inbound lead generation programs and is responsible for new business development and partnership with a focus on growing a brand. In the past, Chris was the Managing Editor at Bluff Media LLC and graduated from Oglethorpe University in 2005. In his spare time, Chris helps run a growing fantasy sports website and hangs out with his dog, Ace.


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