With the new Google Places map listings your local business can now outrank large national companies. Claiming, optimizing and promoting your listings is key.
Unless your website shows up near the top of the first page when your prospective customers look for your products or service your competitors get their business.
More people are now browsing the web from mobile devices than desktop computers - but most websites don't work as intended or at all on mobile phones.
Links on Facebook and Twitter affect SEO rankings, that and the over 100 million U.S. users make having a presence on social media a vital part of any web strategy.
Staying in the top 7 map results is crucial. My plans add video, photos, listings in online directories and help get reviews to your Google Places listing as needed to get and keep you at the top of the results pages.
Onsite content and links back to the website determine its rankings. Monthly articles, guest blog posts, social media interactions & press releases are some of the methods used every month to push the site to the top of the listings.
Facebook fans and Twitter followers are added every month in addition to monthly generic posts and tweets. That provides a baseline of content to keep your pages active in addition to any posts or tweets that you make each month.