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Why Digital Listings Management is Essential for Local Businesses

Think about the last time you looked for a local business. Did you use your phone and search “[service] near me?” If so, you aren’t alone. Over the last few years, there has been a 200% increase in ‘near me’ searches. So, if a local business isn’t easily found in a search result, it won’t show up among the competition. Digital Listings Management is a service that has been on the market for a while, but most small and medium-sized businesses are just learning about its essential benefits.
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How to Build a Brand in 10 Simple Steps

Imagine you’re picking up coffee for your boss. Do you swing by a gas station where you can get a bigger cup of coffee for a fraction of the cost – or do you wait in line at Starbucks? Why do most people choose Starbucks? Branding. Your brand is the heart and soul of your company. It differentiates you from your competition and influences audience perception. Unfortunately, many e-commerce entrepreneurs aren’t sure how to build a brand that attracts customers.
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Is My Business Eligible for Local Service Ads?

Google’s Local Service Ads are a new pay-per-lead advertising tool designed for service providers like electricians and plumbers. So, when local customers search for a business like yours, Local Service Ads are placed at the top of Google search results. Since this new ad unit comes with stricter requirements than PPC ads, not every business can take advantage of Local Service Ads – at least not yet.
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What’s the Difference Between Local Service Ads and Google Ads?

As a local business, you want to connect with local customers looking for the services or products you provide. You’ve probably invested time and money into optimizing your website, and you may have even paid for Google Ads. But you’re missing out on the most highly qualified leads around if you’re not focusing on Google Local Service Ads.
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What are Local Search Ads?

Local Search Ads (LSAs), also known as Local Service Ads, connect you to local customers who are searching for the services you provide, whether you’re a small business owner or a tradesperson. LSAs appear at the top of the search results – above organic results and traditional Google Ads.
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5 Effective Ways to Optimize Your Page Load Speed

Your web pages must load quickly and smoothly if you want to reduce your bounce rate, boost your search engine rankings, and increase user experience (UX). Read more for a few statistics that show how essential it is to optimize your page speed.
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SEO and Web Design: How to Build a Website That Ranks at the Top

If you want to rank on the first page of search results, it’s crucial to understand the powerful combination of web design and search engine optimization (SEO). SEO web design refers to designing and developing websites to make them search-engine friendly. Keep reading to learn how to build a site that nails SEO web design!
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Should You Optimize for Desktop, Mobile, or Voice?

The first thing you need to do is analyze your audience – what route do they take to reach you? Keep in mind that today’s users are constantly switching between devices – desktops, smartphones, tablets, notebooks, smartwatches, etc. So, if your audience isn’t using a single device, your optimization strategy shouldn’t either.
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How to Choose the Right SEO Keywords

When it comes to attracting organic traffic to your website, choosing the right keywords for your content is THE most important part of SEO. The SEO keywords will determine the direction of your content and ensure that the content will be relevant and easily searchable on Google. That’s what keyword research is all about – identifying relevant high-volume search terms.
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Why Churches Need Digital Marketing

The way the church meets, communicates, and spreads the good news of Jesus has changed tremendously over the past 2,000 years – from the hand-written letters of the Apostles to the 140 characters on Twitter. That doesn’t mean the Gospel’s message has changed, or that people need Jesus any less. But how people find and engage with the church is completely different than it was even 20 years ago.
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