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keywords and manage valuable keyterms with easy-to-edit labels.When you order local directory submission service from us, we perform 100% manual work to get your URL listed on these local directories, patiently submitting your details as per instructions provided in these local business directories.
Answers to Your Questions
Why does Google My Business matter? What does it have to do with SEO for my website?
In order to understand what Google My Business has to do with SEO, let’s quickly define the difference between traditional SEO and local SEO:
Traditional SEO: The process of optimizing your website to show up high in the search results when someone searches a phrase relevant to your website/industry.
Local SEO: Local SEO doesn’t just focus primarily on your website, but it also focuses on your Google My Business listing that shows where your business is located, shows your business hours, etc. This helps people find you when they are looking for your kind of services within their area.
With local SEO, there are 3 factors that are absolutely critical: proximity to the user, prominence of your business (does it rank well in traditional organic search), and relevance to the user’s query. In other words, are you near the user? Are you seen as authoritative? And, does your business answer the question(s) asked by the person searching?
Your Google My Business listing is important because it’s what helps your business to show up in local search results on Google Maps and the Map Snack Pack. For example, if someone searches, “Web design companies near me,” it’s the Google My Business listings for local web design companies that will show up at the top of the results. Additionally, based on the types of schema and structured data markup, your maps listing may be featured in the right sidebar as a recommended listing. Basically, Google uses business listings in locally focused search phrases, not your website.
How do I optimize my business for location when we’re located in another business?
If your business is located within another business, a mall, or another institution, and operates as a distinct entity, you should have your own listing. Your listing will have your unique business name, not the name of the building you are located in. However, you can include those location details in your listing. As you see below, in our Google My Business listing, it’s noted that we are located in the Front Range Village.
Is Google the only local search engine I need to pay attention to in local search?
Google is the most popular search engine used. So far in the article, that’s been our focus. However, Bing and Yahoo’s local search are powered by Yelp, not Google. Make sure to claim your Yelp listing as well!
Quite a while ago, we had been receiving mail that had to be forwarded because it had our old address. This was after we made painstaking efforts to make sure we had updated everything in our move. We updated our listings to reflect our new address and were confused as to why someone was still finding our old one. We later realized that they had likely used a different search engine and we had somehow missed the key listing for that search engine. Don’t make our mistake. Pay attention to Yelp, too.
Is it smart to use Yext, Infogroup, Localeze, or another listing managing program to take care of my listings?
Using a listings manager is extremely helpful when it comes to making sure your listings are accurate throughout the web. Especially because there are so many different places your business could be listed (outside of Google My Business), having a program to manage them is a life-saver.
However, it’s best to personally claim and manage at least the most important listings, including Google My Business, Facebook, Bing Places, InfoGroup, Factual, Acxiom, Yelp, Yellowpages, Apple Maps, Foursquare, and Manta.
Another tool that’s really helpful is Moz Local. You can use this tool to track down your listings and see if they’re accurate. From there, you will know which listings need fixing.
Can I have two Google My Business listings within one city? How do I rank for multiple locations?
Within your Google My Business account, create unique listings for individual business locations.
Make sure each location is verified and has accurate hours and up-to-date photos. If your business name is the same across your multiple locations, the names in the business listings should be the same. Also, make sure the categories you select are the same unless the different locations legitimately serve different purposes. Be consistent while making sure to identify these as 2 different locations within the address.
For more guidelines on ranking for multiple locations, see the section titled “Chains, departments, and individual practitioners” in Google’s Guidelines.
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