Granting a new user access to Analytics takes just a few clicks and is a crucial part of our onboarding process at Searchalytics. Follow our step-by-step guide below to make adding us to your existing Google Analytics account a breeze! Step 1 Login to your Google Analytics account at analytics.google.com. Step 2 In the very […]
In your first month partnering with Searchalytics, you will have received an email with access to the Searchalytics Dashboard. This is a powerful reporting tool that is made MORE powerful by connecting data sources to the Reputation Manager report. We’ll go through the steps to accomplish this below. Step 1 Go to URL for your […]
Adding a user to your Google My Business is a simple process with only a few steps. Follow our guide to get started! Step 1 Go to google.com/business and sign into your account. Step 2 On the left side of the page, click Users. Step 3 On the Users page, click the Add users button. […]
Business listings can make the difference between a business’ online success and failure. They’re a free and effective way to spread information about your business and make your SEO strategy work for you. Search engines are constantly looking for information about businesses, and listings can make the difference in if a search engine has confidence or not in your business and puts it on SERPs (Search engine results pages).
Finished setting up your Google My Business account? Well, there’s no stopping there. Google has a great tool for local businesses! It’s called the Marketing Kit for Local Businesses, and it has a host of awesome things you can use to make your business thrive online and in your store.
The local business scene is the life blood of any city’s economic and cultural scene. But as it is with any business venture, small local businesses have challenges that they must overcome to keep afloat in a business world dominated by a host of magnate companies like Amazon or Facebook. And yet, we tend to look to small business first when we want to solve a problem or need something. So, here are the best things you can do to support your local businesses!
Google My Business has quickly turned into the most important place on the Internet for local businesses. The Google My Business listing has become more commonly visited than business’ websites and supplementary listings. This has effectively changed the way in which we do business online, and in the SEO world, it has defined the way we interact with SEO key phrases and listing rankings.
Sometimes, in the SEO world, we lose sight of the main goal of small business. We worry about search engine rankings, review volume, listing management and website building so much that we forget that at the end of the day, our goal is to help small businesses do what they love. And a big part of that is customer satisfaction and being able to make a difference in the lives of people who solicit small businesses for assistance.
Every business is different. No two businesses run identically, and therefore, no two SEO strategies run identically! A local SEO strategy is completely dependent on your industry, your business model, and the amount of money you want to spend on SEO.
As a small business owner, you’re tasked with an insane amount of things to accomplish on a daily basis. Most owners will run a store front, manage employees, try to attract new customers, be in meetings, answer emails, and so much more. It can be exhausting! And as a result, maintaining a social media presence is frequently put on the back burner.