Trying to get ranked on Google can seem daunting for some small local businesses — especially if there are some established competitors (such as franchises or big box stores). Our clients are typically the small owner-operated businesses. And we have a good track record of helping these businesses get ranked locally. So, here are 11 tips to improve your local rankings on Google.
Everyone knows “a picture is worth a thousand words,” and the adage still rings true, especially online. Images on your website and social media accounts engage audiences, grab attention, and bring your words to life. A strong image should be able to show a product or service solving a problem while portraying a lifestyle or feeling that speaks to your target audience.
Every business or marketing goal should strive to achieve high-quality web content. It’s what your customers want. It’s what Google looks for to rank your site.
Website Design & Development
Your website is your first impression and your virtual welcome mat to your business, and it requires dynamic form and function to attract visitors, hold their attention, and stand above your competition.
If you don’t already have an e-newsletter, is it really worth starting? Do you have an e-newsletter but are finding it is not working like you wish it would? It might be worth asking yourself some questions and considering the following areas to determine if an e-newsletter is a strong marketing tool for your business.