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Maybe you are a local business and need help in getting your business seen on the internet. You may already have a great website but if it is not listed on Google's first page there is little point in having it despite the fact it may have all the bells and whistles. So if you're tearing your hair out and confused trying to get your site into Google then help is at hand. There are companies out there claiming to get results and rarely deliver. Well, I deliver results by using the latest SEO techniques to get your business on to the First Page of Google.
Let's start with your Google My Business Page (Formerly Google Places / Google Maps:
Chances are you have hardly looked at them and you may be one of the lucky few to have a Google Maps Listing in the Top 3 and have done nothing about it, it's just there!
So many people have incomplete and unoptimised Google Maps Listings and appear almost by accident in those treasured Top 3 listings. It used to be 7 but now only 3. They appear below Paid Ads and above the Google generic listings.
If you have an unoptimised listing I can assure you it will not be there for much longer.
Here is an example, take the search term 'Indian restaurant Didcot', one I happened to have done recently.
As you can see the site is well positioned both in the Maps Listing and in the General Listings.
Does that mean extra business for Kolkata Indian Restaurant in Didcot. Look at this proof below and by the way these are Google's figures not mine.
If your site isn’t secure (i.e., not HTTPS), making it secure is something you should add to your to-do list. In January 2017, Google started showing “not secure” warnings for Chrome users on HTTP pages with a password or credit card field. And, as of October 2017, they’ve expanded this warning to display when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode.
The bottom line: If your site’s not secure, you could be losing business to competitors.
(For a primer on making the switch from HTTP to HTTPS, check out this guide by Patrick Stox: “HTTP to HTTPS: An SEO’s guide to securing a website.”)
There are immediate benefits to having a secure site, too. If you have a secure site, the https:// and the green locked padlock that appear next to your URL in Chrome will make your website seem more trustworthy than a competitor’s site that isn’t secure.
And, of course, Google has stated that secure sites receive a slight rankings boost. Though this boost is fairly minor, it could still give you an edge over a competitor, all else being equal.
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