If you had one day to work on your local SEO (search engine optimization) strategy, what should you do?
That’s one of the 15 questions I asked Jon Rognerud, who wrote the book, Ultimate Guide to Search Engine Optimization. Take a listen below.
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Here are a few of the links we discussed in our conversation (links open in new window):
Here are some of the questions that were answered during our conversation:
- What’s the difference between local and traditional SEO?
- What problems to small business owners have achieving great local SEO?
- Why are getting links to your website important for local SEO?
- What are the 5 steps for improving your local SEO?
- What’s the SEO benefit of having your address on every page of your website?
- How can a local business owner make their website more SEO friendly?
- How can understanding Google Analytics improve local SEO?
- What are some free web tools that can help improve local SEO?
- How can images be used to improve local SEO?
- How can you maximize text links to improve local SEO?
- How much attention should a small business owner pay to Yahoo! and Bing?
- What’s the difference between search engine optimization and search engine marketing?
- How can Google Maps (Google Places and Local Business Center) help local SEO?
- How can a small business owner get a listing on Google Places?
- What type of information can you put on Google Places?
- If a small business owner had one day to work on their local SEO, what should they do?