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Your Business Website Needs Captivating Blogs! Here’s why. A weblog, or blog for short, is an online informative journal that displays information chronologically, from newest to oldest, and is a platform where a single writer or group share their views on various subjects. If utilized for the purpose of content marketing, blogging is a necessary part of a comprehensive marketing strategy and a powerful lead generating method. To achieve the best results for your business, pair your strong blog content with strategic search engine optimization. Here’s how your business can benefit from a well-developed blog. Drive Traffic to Your Site. A blog is used to provide clever and useful ideas when a client is looking for information online. If the blog peeks the client’s interest, traffic on your site goes up and so does the time the user spends reading it. That blog

Maintaining a Google My Business account is a vital component for local search engine ranking. In 2014, Google rolled out their update, Pigeon, which gave local businesses an advantage over national businesses when it came to local search. Now in 2018, we are receiving a new range of updates and features to further help an organization receive leads, traffic and brand awareness. Below is a list of just a few major updates and how they may impact your Local Business listings. Local Map Pack Update The Local Map Pack Update has drastically changed how users interact with the local search results page (SERP). The new update focuses on hyperlocal marketing and allowing their mobile experience /voice-activated services to integrate with SERPs. Google My Business is where Google Maps and local searches pull most of the data for your business, which typically includes