One-time activities to do on your owned property, your website.
One-time activities for web properties you don’t own.
Activities done on continuing basis to improve your web presence.
Track major local SEO factors on every page of your website.
Track your current and potential citations and links.
Options for local businesses to pay for website visits.
Website Foundational –> Individual Page SEO – Use a square image at the beginning of a page’s content to increase the chances it shows up in the mobile search results. If you use the Yoast plugin, set it as the featured image and it may show up without even being on the page.
Offsite Foundational –> Google Business Listing – The questions and answers section, found directly on the Google listing on the search results page, can function as your own FAQ section if you seed the questions yourself, then answer them.
Website Foundational –> Usability – Google began using its Core Web Vitals information for rankings in June. These are tracked measurements pertaining to the speed of your site and how it interacts with visitors as the page loads. In a competitive industry, websites passing all the core web vitals will get a leg up in rankings.
Website Foundational –> Calls to Action – Make it seem easy for visitors to become customers. Give them the three steps they need to take to do business with you, tell them what to do. Add images or icons to spice it up. In a sea of information on your site, the 3-step gives visitors a roadmap…and it’s simple.
Website Foundational –> Individual Page SEO – Longer title tags on Local SEO websites can help rank for more keywords. The days of the 65 character limit are over. Even though it will get cut off in the search results, the additional words give you more of an opportunity to rank even without a detrimental effect on current ranknigs.