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Business owners are well aware of the growing challenges with recruitment and finding good talent to join their teams. Not only are we in the midst of a nationwide labor shortage, but finding people with the right qualifications and skill sets is becoming increasingly difficult. We reached out to industry experts and asked for insights […]
Google search engine is overwhelmingly the first choice for online searches, accounting for about 86% of worldwide search traffic. So, if you aren’t already employing Google search engine optimization for your business, now is the time to start – especially since Google offers detailed business information for free. How Google My Business Is Changing In […]
Google has been implementing some pretty big changes for businesses that use their platform (see our post about changes to Google My Business), and Google’s Universal Analytics (UA) is seeing some of the biggest changes. In fact, on July 1, 2023, UA will stop collecting data altogether. Don’t worry, for six months after that date […]
In our current digital age, consumers are constantly turning to Google for services and products that they can find locally. In their search, they are hoping to get validation that the choices they are making are the right ones. Google is a trusted source for information and it’s vital that you’re listed in their directory. […]
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Blog posts help boost SEO by positioning your website as a relevant source of information that answers your customers’ inquiries. When done correctly, blog posts will also signal to search engines that your website is providing relevant content. Search engines are all about relevancy and will reward webites with relevant content with higher positioning in the search results.
Although there are several distinct differences between a Google Local Service Ad and a Google Ad, the biggest differentiator is that Google Ads uses a pay-per-click model while Google Local Ads uses a pay-per-lead model.
When you get a review, whether it is positive or negative, always respond. The last thing you want to do is ignore it or respond too late. Remember, your responses to reviews have just as much of an impact as the reviews themselves.