Local Business Experts Stresses Importance of Knowing Search Engine Ranking

An expert in local marketing stresses the importance of business owners understanding where they fall in the search engine rankings.

Arroyo Grande, CA, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

According to an expert on local marketing and advertising, knowing where a local shop or restaurant falls in the search engine rankings is key to running a successful business.

“All too often, small business owners don’t even know where their shop or eatery falls in the search engine rankings,” says a spokesman from FindUsLocal.com, a free online business directory website that maximizes visitor’s experiences by only showing them local results from their own area. “But that’s a mistake.”

He says many small business owners believe things like search engine rankings are only for larger businesses, but that’s not the case. “These days, when someone wants to find local businesses nearby, they always look online. And only those businesses that are listed high in the rankings will be seen.”

He says that the solution is a good online business directory website. “These websites do all the marketing for the local businesses listed there, and that allows them to compete with the large online shops and national chains.”

“And what’s even better,” he says, “Is that it’s 100 percent free for local business owners. All they have to do is create a free online business listing on our site, and let us do the rest.”

Creating one of those business listings is easy, too. Small business owners simply need to log onto a local business directory and look for their listing, and then claim it. Then they need to fill in some details and save the listing. According to the expert, that’s how today’s local business owners are pulling in that all-important local business.

About FindUsLocal: FindUsLocal uses geolocation technology in visitor’s browsers to construct a home page focused on their city, town or community. Right there on the front page, they’ll find local weather, sports results for their favorite teams, and announcements of the top musical acts and events coming to their city. Smart business owners list their businesses on the site to be seen by those who are specifically looking for businesses in their local area.

Contact Info:
Name: Matthew Hesser
Organization: Find Us Local USA Business Directory
Address: P.O. Box 880, Arroyo Grande, CA, Arroyo Grande, CA 93421, United States
Phone: +1-805-534-9800

For more information, please visit http://www.FindUsLocal.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299946

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