Rio SEO Blog2019-03-21T12:22:16-07:00

How to Update Your GMB Listing When You Move, Buy or Sell a Business

May 23rd, 2019|

When looking for local goods and services, consumers want to experience as little friction as possible. Utilizing Google My Business (GMB) to manage your listings helps streamline this process, bringing more eyeballs and foot traffic to your location. Fortunately, updating your listings is straightforward with GMB. To help get you started, here are the steps you should take if you are moving, buying or selling.

From SERPs to Sales: How Reviews Impact Your Performance

April 30th, 2019|

Replying to all reviews is a major part of reputation management. Consumers are 15 times more likely to consider a review helpful if it includes a brand response. If you are serious about boosting your local marketing strategy, take a look at these statistics we have compiled in our infographic regarding search results and reviews.

Local Reviews Insights to Improve Your Strategy at Scale [Webinar]

April 30th, 2019|

Consumers want to see reviews prior to making a purchase—in fact, 72% will not take action until they’ve read what others think about their dealings with your business. Reviews are critically important even before a searcher has a chance to read them through. In this webinar recap, you'll learn five impactful insights your brand can utilize for a smarter, more effective reviews strategy.

How to Optimize for the Google Local 3-Pack

April 18th, 2019|

Google’s Local 3-Pack is an incredibly valuable piece of real estate for local businesses, especially in competitive local markets. Learn what Google is looking for in local listings worthy of the 3-pack right now, which ranking factors impact Local Pack listings most, and how you can help all of your locations improve their local visibility.

‘Offers’ Now Have Extra Visibility on Your Locations’ GMB Local Panel

March 12th, 2019|

Google gave business locations an additional opportunity to enhance their local visibility with an update to ‘Offers,’ a type of Google Post, recently. The change gives Offers more dedicated space within the local panel and allows businesses to load up to 10 Offers in the carousel. “The new layout introduces a dedicated space for business owners to feature their most recent offers—making a quick decision for their potential customers even easier,” GMB Senior Product Manager Amir Fish wrote in the feature announcement.