Once the full impact of the initial Coronavirus lockdown began to register, consumer behavior changed dramatically across the board. After an initial wave of panic grocery shopping, discretionary spending fell and consumers began searching for products and services to meet their needs closer to home. We saw this trend reflected in the keywords local consumers
Reviews are hugely impactful for local businesses at every stage of the consumer journey. Google’s heavy weighting of reviews as a local and organic ranking factor makes them a key aspect of your brand’s online visibility at the discovery stage. When customers are considering their local business options, 82% of consumers read online reviews (and
In this post, you will learn ehy you should strategically focus on responding to negative feedback about your brand, how to approach your response when a customer is dissatisfied, specific phrases that make a customer feel heard and valued, and why negative feedback may hold insight you can use to improve your business.
If you run a multi-location enterprise, then, your foot traffic for each location is directly linked to your local online visibility. One way to do this is by creating local landing pages that are unique for each store location and region. But simply creating local landing pages is not enough. These pages must be optimized for local search inquiries and lead customers from their initial search to an in-store visit. Here are five challenges brands often face when creating local landing pages and how Rio SEO’s Local Pages can help.
Mobile consumers expect local businesses to deliver a fantastic user experience when they’re searching for information and interacting via their mobile device. In fact, 79% of visitors will simply leave and search for another website. They will not complete their task if your site isn’t optimized for mobile. Our latest webinar with Digital Marketing Depot