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Agencies trying to depict several communities on individual local websites may have trouble finding suitable images. Some tips on how economic developers and tourism professionals can help provide direction.

An Easy Way Communities Can Empower Agencies to Tell Their Story

When agencies and customers we work with bring innovative ideas to the table, it makes me so happy. We’re always looking for sharp, new ways that our clients can use MarketSnare to deliver a truly localized experience for their visitors. What frustrates me is when they have a great idea but it is difficult to execute.

One recent project involved an agency with a customer who wanted to set up a network of local websites Continue reading

Local SEO
SEO Tips Visualized: Quality + Relevance + Context

Local SEO Tips: Quality Content Without Context And Relevance Will Fail

The days of flippantly regurgitating Google’s “just write great content” mantra should be long behind us. Local visibility and search success require context and relevance in addition to quality. Quality alone is not enough, and to say it is grossly understates how search engines rank content, especially when a search query has geo-specific “market area” intent.

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Content Marketing, Local SEO

Why Aren’t I Number One Yet for Local SERPs?

We live in a world that is accustomed to – and spoiled by – instant gratification. We don’t wait 3 weeks to receive things from a catalogs anymore, we can communicate with almost anyone instantly from almost anywhere we are, and when we pay for an ad we expect to see it show up at a predetermined time. I get it. Unfortunately, that is not how SEO works, and this expectation of immediacy invariably leads to the question…”Why isn’t my website number one on Google yet?” Continue reading

Local SEO, Marketing