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Local SEO

Google My Business Management Service for Local SEO

Drive more web traffic from mobile, Google Maps and local searches with our Google My Business Management Service

Attract local searchers and turn them into customers

Keep your Google My Business listing active at all times

OPTIMIZE

We optimize your listing to reach your local audience

An SEO Specialist will complete a competitor analysis of your Google profile, research local keywords, and optimize your account for maximum reach.

 

ENGAGE

We post new content to engage potential customers and drive traffic to your site

Each month, we publish snippets of content in the form of short posts, FAQs, and images to your Google listing.

 

TRACK

Get monthly reports on the progress of your Google profile

We monitor high traffic keywords and direct calls made from Google Maps to determine the next steps in your content strategy

 

Why is it important to optimize your Google My Business listing?

Google’s search algorithm is incredibly smart at detecting when a user is looking for local information. It will directly insert the Top 3 Listings on Google Maps above the first organic results. These local results and maps are called “The Google Map Pack” and, for local businesses, this is exactly where you need to be.

Searches like “local gym”, “IT support near me”, or “plumbers in Fort Worth” will display Adwords, Google Maps and 8 Organic Results to users. With one click on Adwords potentially costing upwards of $20, getting the most out of your Google My Business profile is essential.

Maintaining an active GMB profile is key for businesses that rely on their location for the services they offer, have multiple locations or are in competitive metropolitan areas.

 

Why do I need an optimized Google My Business entry?

Get our Affordable Local SEO Service and we will set up and optimize your complete Google My Business profile.

So what’s the deal? This is what we’ll do:

GMB Profile: Create or update your GMB profile with the newest and vital information.

Keywords: Optimize the profile according to your target keywords.

Citation Building: Create at least 10 listings with your business info across different platforms.

With the affordable local SEO setup, you become highly visible within your area and set to attract new local customers.

We use best-in-class SEO tools

Does your business need GMB for Local SEO?

If your business has a physical location, then setting up your GMB profile is an absolute must. It gives you a chance to rank in local search results and to promote your business to the right buyers.

Maintaining a high Google My Business ranking can make a huge difference for businesses such as landscaping, plumbing, restaurants, gyms, or music schools. According to a study run by Google, 50% of consumers who conducted a local search on their smartphone visited a store within a day, and 34% who searched on a computer or tablet did the same.

Local SEO

BASIC

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$ 95
  • 1 URL
  • upto 5 KEYWORD
  • SEO Audit & Report
  • Listing Submissions
  • 5 Multi-Location Business Submissions
  • 30 days Delivery Time
  • Local Search Ads
  • Citations & Directories Review
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Montly Maintenance Rs.3,000 / $20 month

Standard

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$ 299
  • 1 URL
  • 10-20 KEYWORD
  • SEO Audit & Report
  • Listing Submissions
  • Local Search Ads
  • Citations & Directories Review
  • 10 Multi-Location Business Submissions
  • 30 days Delivery Time
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Montly Maintenance Rs.3,000 / $20 month
Popular

Premium

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$ 450
  • 1 URL
  • 21-30 KEYWORD
  • SEO Audit & Report
  • Listing Submissions
  • Local Search Ads
  • Citations & Directories Review
  • Competitive Analysis
  • 15 Multi-Location Business Submissions
  • 30 days Delivery Time
  • Montly Maintenance Rs.3,000 / $20 month

Frequently Asked Question

You may not know how it works, but I’m sure you’re familiar with search engine optimization (SEO).  That’s the process of getting your website to rank high in Google for relevant search phrases.

With local SEO, there is a slight twist.  Instead of focusing exclusively on your website, you’re also going to focus on your Google My Business profile page.  That’s because Google displays business pages (along with a map highlighting where the businesses are located) for many locally-focused search phrases.

One of the most frustrating aspects of local SEO is the fact that Google does not always show business profile pages in the search results.  So another FAQ is how do you force Google to show the map results instead of just listing webpages in the results?

t should be fairly obvious that local SEO is not appropriate for 100% e-commerce businesses.  That’s because there is no physical location for customers to visit the store.

Think about how annoying it would be to see e-commerce businesses listed when you’re searching for a nearby coffee shop.  You want a place to grab a cup of coffee, not an online store to get coffee beans delivered.

Yes, your business should be investing in SEO. Search engine optimization offers a way to increase traffic without paying for each and every click.

If your website isn’t ranking on Google, there are a few reasons why that could be. But first, head to Google and run a site: search for your website.

You need to determine whether your website’s organic traffic has dropped suddenly or gradually over time.

Well, as is the answer for many SEOs: it depends.
Long gone are the days of launching a website, optimizing your title tags, and ranking in a few weeks. You can’t launch a website and expect it to rank for competitive search queries overnight.

Because it can send you qualified leads who are ready to buy your products or services, often the same day they search. You can see below the average percent of clicks for each position on Google.

Google and other search engines have been localizing search engine results to create a better end user experience. For example, if you are in Washington DC and search for “plumbers”, Google will display listings of local plumbers to your IP address (where you did the search from). 

Yes, you will need to make changes to your website. You should be making routine changes to your website anyway like adding service content and blog posts. The search engines love content and the more relevant the content is, the better for your local and national SEO strategy. 

Local search and map use make up over 20% of internet search worldwide. Google alone has over 2.8 billion searches each month. We home in on our clients strengths and put that information out front for searchers.

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