Organic SEO is Outdated for Local Businesses!

Don’t Waste Your Advertising Budget on Organic SEO!

As someone who has been active in building local businesses in 47 states and 9 countries for the last 40 years, I read a lot to keep up with changes in the marketplace. In a recent study of local businesses, it was reported that 85% would be seeking to implement Organic SEO this year. The problem is Local SEO has replaced Organic SEO for all local businesses, so many local businesses will be wasting their advertising dollars on outdated Organic SEO.

So what is “SEO”? SEO is the acronym for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is sending the signals to Google and all other search engines that your content is most relevant to the term searched. Done properly, it will get your website listed near the top of page #1 of Google for your top keywords.

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Organic SEO is Outdated for Local Businesses

So how is Organic SEO outdated? The problem with organic SEO is you are competing with million-dollar websites like Yelp, Wikipedia, Yellowpages.com, Tripadvisor, etc… to try to gain position in search results. These million-dollar sites have so much “SEO juice” that your little local website will never surpass them in the search results. The top organic search results are taken up by these million-dollar, national websites.

Organic SEO Does Not Appear in Google Maps

So what are the other problems with Organic SEO? Another place Organic SEO loses a huge part of their market share is in Google Maps. Google Maps is about 50% of all Google searches, and organic listings DO NOT get displayed in Google Maps.

Google My Business positioning example

So what avoids missing a majority of the market share for any business? Google Plus which is also known as Google My Business. Google created Google Plus so that Local Businesses do not have to compete with national, million-dollar websites. In the example above, look at the listings highlighted in the red box I added so you can easily see where Google Plus results are positioned on the page.

Small Businesses Versus Big Businesses
Google My Business

With Google Plus, your results are positioned at the very top of the search results, above organic search results. Additionally only Google Plus listings are displayed in Google Maps, doubling your exposure. So by using and optimizing your local business listing to the top 3 listings of Google Plus you will get 400% more results because consumers do not have to scroll down and your listing is displayed in Google Maps, which is half of all Google searches.

Only 10-20% of the Competition

Because 80-90% of local businesses are focusing on outdated Organic SEO, there is only 10-20% of the competition in Google Plus. This gives the “early implementers” a huge competitive advantage!

Local SEO Costs Less!

So how much does it cost to implement? The good news is Local SEO costs less to implement than outdated Organic SEO. I have Google Plus Local SEO Profits Programs starting at only $247 per month! Every business is different and has a different level of competition online, so their situation needs to be evaluated to make a plan to beat your competition.

Please feel free to call Larry at (702)940-9750 for a FREE SEO Audit to show you exactly how Local SEO will work as the most consistent, cost-effective source of new business and profits.

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I hate to see local businesses waste money on advertising! If you have tried organic SEO and not received the results you wanted, we should talk. If you are thinking about implementing Organic SEO, call me BEFORE you waste your money! I look forward to speaking with you soon to show you how to get the most consistent, cost-effective advertising possible. Call Larry at (702)940-9750 to create the most consistent, cost-effective advertising available.
Google Plus Marketing

Google Plus marketing is the most cost-effective place to start your internet advertising.

Google Plus Marketing!

Recent advertising studies confirm the rapid decline of print advertising response. 85% of prospects that used to go to the Yellow Pages and local print publications now search for the products and services they want to buy on the internet. Google positions their “3-pack” of local Google Plus pages on page #1 of Google’s local search results, and Google Plus has replaced the old, printed Yellow Pages for sourcing local vendors of products and services.

ALL businesses should be dedicating 85% of their advertising budget to internet advertising starting with their Google Plus page, and only 15% to print advertising. Failing to adapt to this quantum shift in the way prospects buy will put many local businesses out of business.

Charles Darwin said, “It is the species that is quickest to adapt to changes that survives and thrives.” The same is true for local businesses. They must quickly adapt to the new way prospects source products and services on Google Plus to not be losing thousands in sales. Is your business quickly adapting to these changes in the way people find local vendors of the products and services they want to buy right now?

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Every business owner has heard, “You need to have presence on the internet.” This leads to them usually at least building a rudimentary website. There is a belief that “If you build it, they will come.” This belief proves to be false when it comes to your website design and development.

Website Development for Henderson NV Businesses

A website on the internet is like building a convenience store in the middle of the Mohave Desert with no roads leading to it. Yes, you have a business. But no one knows how to get there, or how to buy from you. This is a major problem for many people with underdeveloped websites on the internet. Websites that are difficult to find because of their Google ranking will never establish traffic to the website unless you pay for Google AdWords or have another driving force directing traffic to your website. That is probably the most expensive way to get traffic to your website.

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