One of the important SEO steps to getting found locally is to be on Google Maps. If you're a home-based business or do not serve customers at your location and would prefer not to have your address listed, don't worry: you can set it up not to show your exact address. To do this, you can set up the listing that you serve customers at their location. To get started, you can setup a Google Business Account here: www.google.com/business/ You can sign in if you already have a Go
Here is a SEO Hero Tip relating to GDPR Compliance that takes effect on May 25th. Google Analytics will begin to delete all your historical website data automatically starting May 25th due to GDPR. To keep the data, review and confirm these settings in Google Analytics for your websites that you want to keep your historical website data: Login to Google Analytics Go to the Admin on the left panel Click on 'Account Settings' Scroll down to Data Processing Amendment Click on 'R
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We just helped consult the fabulous Planetwongo.com crew on how to get found for immersive theater searches in Chicago as they just landed there from NYC. Make sure to check them out if you like immersive theater – what a fun show!! Think: Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Mystery Science Theater 3000! We installed a blog for them, wrote several blog post articles to get them started, did keyword research, and provided an in-depth instruction d
As a SEO Hero, I often help clients get found locally online. I always recommend using Google My Business to get your business listed online. You can choose to show your business address or just the general area if you serve customers at their locations or are an in-home online business. While Google is the most widely used search engine, a big part of the searches online also use Bing & Yahoo. So, it's important to also submit your website to Bing Places to get into their ma