With local search results taking more precedent and with more searches being made on mobile devices, it has never been more essential to have an effective local search campaign up and running to its maximum potential, so you do not miss out on website traffic and more importantly, business from customers.
If you want to develop a more nationwide profile for your online business, then starting a national GEOlocation SEO campaign is a good path to take. I can work with you to identify the most relevant high volume (and crucially also viable) keywords which your projected audience is searching for and develop & implement an approach which utilises your primary assets in a way that provides considerable, long-term results.
Alongside my renowned, Google compliant natural search engine marketing & optimisation services, I also provide a range of comprehensive digital marketing services specially engineered to help your business grow.
Local SEO increases the visibility of your business by driving your website to the top of the local listing. If you are a local business, you need geographically relevant traffic to find your site through specifically targeted local rankings that will let your company reach the right demographic of customers. I optimise your local maps by standardising your name, address, phone number data, improving your maps listings, and clearly marking your location through Google Maps.
I have an in-house GEOlocation web-page system that will collaborate with any website and build any desired pages that include your primary keywords and areas. The pages will be designed to look like any web page that you have so the pages match the look you desired look and fit with the feel of your business branding. Get in touch to find out about the website GEOlocation system; it's not as expensive as the may think; the returns are HUGE !
I thought I was ahead of the game with regards our website marketing model. Within ten minutes of talking to Lee Johnson I realised, whilst I may be ahead of my competitors, I were a long way behind the trailblazers. - Gareth Jenkins