Local SEO services and search engine marketing is a cost-effective way for a local business with a physical address to:
Local Search Marketing is a component of local search engine optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing Services. Most easily recognized by the red “thumbtacks” or “balloons” next to the “A to G” local block of search results. The acquisition and optimization of listings on online directories such as Yahoo! Local, Bing Places for Business, Google Places, Google Plus, Yelp, YellowPages.com and countless others puts your website and marketing message in front of targeted, purchase-oriented Internet searchers while strengthening the overall search rank of your website.
Often, online directories create a listing for a business without notifying the business. The opportunity for the business is to claim and optimize the listings. Because Internet algorithms are easily confused, even slight differences in the way a business is referred to online may result in duplicate listings, which are bad for search rank and lead generation. Webolutions helps our clients by prioritizing, claiming, merging (where appropriate) and optimizing all existing listings.
Because local search results are emphasized by search engines returning results to smartphone and tablet users, Local Search Marketing is an essential component for mobile marketing. Mobile searchers are transactional searchers: The goal for the vast majority of mobile searches is to find a local business in the immediate vicinity that can fulfill an immediate need.
Webolutions is a Yext Certified Local Search Optimization Partner, offering PowerListings as part of our proven local search marketing system. Yext is location management software enabling Webolutions to provide:
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