Google Maps[ Edited ]
November 2016 - last edited November 2016
Park City Moving Company
125 N. 300 W. Heber, Ut. 84032
Hi again @Tim Capper, I was hoping you could answer a question about being listed on google maps. I really need to show up when "movers in park city ut" is typed but I am not. Any suggestions on how to pop up on various searches? Thanks again for your time. You were VERY helpful last time!
Hi @Aaron M
So now its a case of building your businesses authority. You want to be getting your site organically positioned on Page 1 for "movers in park city, ut"
Two areas to work on: Your Site and Your Google business page.
I don't like saying it, but your site needs an overhaul. It needs a proper structure, it needs relevant content, it needs call to action and structured data.
Take a look at this ( as an example ) provides content, structure, and looks professional.
Read about Boost your Local SEO where I cover some of the basic that your site needs in order to improve visibility.
Whilst you work on a new website, you could add a blog / news section to your current site and build up your relevant local content.
Latest Office removal from Park City to XYZ
Take pictures, discuss the job, what it involved, did it go smoothly, congratulate and wish them well.
Then share socially.
Not only do blog posts rank well for long term keywords like "office removal from park city to xyz" but it provides information to the user and potential customer.
Do this every time you complete a job. They can also be seperate articles that are worthy of its own article, for instance you moved a home that had a grand piano.
Five Tips to moving a Grand Piano across the state >> images, tips etc.
The more diverse content you provide, the more Google understands what you do and ranks you for it.
Google Business Page:
Apart from the obvious of sharing your new Articles on your business page, get involved socially within your area.
You are out and about all the time, share: Traffic updates ( is there a tail back on a road ), did you just have lunch at a new restaurant, share it.
Get involved socially with your business page and Google will interpret this and understand your locality.
I just did a get your Business SEO Christmas Ready which is also worth a read.
Ask customers for reviews.
Look at local citations.
Tim Capper, Google My Business Top Contributor
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