People won’t find your business in search engine results if you don’t rank for targeted keywords.
Here we have outlined the most common and frequently asked questions about our Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services. If you have any other questions you would like to ask, or if you want to chat about how we can help your home-automation business with Search Engine Optimization, please feel free to get in touch using the contact form below.
If a user searches for a service (e.g. home-automation) + location (e.g. the areas you service), search engines will show users the most relevant businesses that matches their search query. Our SEO service optimizes your business’ website to be shown higher in search engine results when users type in a variety of different keywords that relate to the home-automation services you provide.
ABSOLUTELY! Leads which come from SEO are from people who are actively looking for the home-automation services you provide. They are also typically located within your main service area and are highly likely to get in touch with you to setup some type of personalized consultation or appointment.
Yes. We will optimize and manage your Google My Business profile to make sure you appear higher in Google maps listing results. Having a fully-optimized Google My Business profile is a vital element of your local SEO campaign.
Relevance: How well people’s searches match with a local listing. Having detailed business information in your Google MyBusiness profile, on your website and in local online business directories, will help search engines better understand your business and match your listing to the most relevant searches.
Distance: How far away each potential business is from the location where a user is searching from. If a customer doesn’t specify a location in their search, search engines like Google will calculate distance based on what is known about their location, using their IP information.
Prominence: How well-known a business is, based on information search engines already have about a business from across the internet (such as backlinks, guest articles, social media profile descriptions, etc). Things such as Google reviews are also factored into local search ranking – with more reviews and positive ratings improving a business’s local ranking.