Google My Business (GMB) Set Up
For brick-and-mortar businesses that want more sales, Steeped Content’s Google My Business (GMB) set up service gets you more foot traffic, so you can increase revenue.
46% of searches have a ‘local intent, according to Google. A significant number of searches are attractive sources of traffic for local businesses, but you won't capture these benefits without a GMB profile.
Setting up a strong GMB profile helps increase your visibility, making it easier for customers to find and engage with your brick-and-mortar business.
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- Become prominently seen by customers and potential customers within your geographical area.
- Provide business information (e.g., business category, hours, description, products and services)
- Enrich profile with media (e.g photos and videos)
- Develop a branded business profile (e.g., logo, team photos)
- Define NAP details (i.e., name, address, phone number)
- Optimize profile for SEO
- Book a time here to talk with Mackenzie about your unique requirements, and how this service can meet your needs.
- After purchase, Steeped Content will use a questionnaire format to help you efficiently provide the information which ensures the final product is tailored to your particular needs and context.
- Receive your completed GMB profile and review it in a discussion with Steeped Content.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are several tactical details for how to optimize your GMB profile. The three main ones are:
- be meticulous with name address and phone number (NAP)
- optimize your GMB description with select keywords
- get detailed, positive reviews
Local SEO focuses on optimizing your website, so it’s found in local search results. It weaves localized intent through content, on-page SEO, and link building. Local SEO can be broken down into two subcategories: local pack (finder) and localized organic. The weight given to various ranking factors differs within the two subcategories.
Local listings are the business listings that you usually see at the top of Google's first page results showing nearby businesses. You create a local listing by setting up your Google My Business (GMB) profile. You increase your visibility in a local listing by optimizing your GMB profile and implementing other local SEO tactics.
Broadly speaking local SEO works like ordinary Google search; Google scans its index and provides the best results for the query. However, what makes local SEO distinct is Google uses different factors and weightings to rank the local search results.
Businesses who need local SEO the most, sell products or services from a fixed location (i.e., brick-and- mortar store), or provide services to a specific geographic location (e.g., plumber).