The Benefits Of Local SEO
In 2014 Google changed its algorithm to take into account a company’s geological area. This means that where you are located is where you will rank highest the easiest. This was of huge benefit to many businesses. It meant that you had some chance of competing in your local market against the online giants. Amazon or eBay was no longer first for every product. If you are only interested in selling inside Ireland you should use a more localized SEO Strategy. At No1 SEO Ireland we have designed a local SEO strategy to get your company on the first page of Google. This is opposed to a global SEO campaign where a different style of SEO is necessary to get you ranked worldwide.
Local SEO Strategy
Our first step when optimizing a website is always a full website review. This includes a website analysis and an SEO analysis. From these we get the search engine results your company needs so it may grow in the future. Depending on the website, this may involve a small monthly SEO optimization package, or a larger package including a web maintenance package also.
Who Should be Using Local SEO?
A large percentage of Irish companies do not sell outside the Irish mainland.
Some examples of these would be:
- Wedding companies
- Tire sales companies
- Vets and solicitors etc
The list goes on. Most SEO companies in Ireland operate on a ‘One size fits all’ method of SEO services. This is no longer appropriate when seeking to place a company on the first page of a search engine. You need to hire an SEO company that can understand your business and help it to dominate the rankings!
At No1 SEO Ireland we will discuss your preferred market with you and adjust your SEO campaign to what is the most appropriate approach. If you are a dentist in Donegal it makes no sense for you to be ranking well in Australia. Much better to be no 1 at home in Donegal where someone is looking for a dentist.
No1 SEO Ireland can provide the SEO package that best suits your company needs.
Call us now on 089 479 9227 or use the contact form to the right of the page.