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Online searches are on the move. More searches than ever before take place on mobile devices. In fact, about one in four searches come from mobile devices. If people are browsing their phone for a local search, they are significantly more likely to visit your business. Better yet, the Internet is used to search for local businesses by 85% of consumers. Sometimes the Internet can feel like it is the forever expanding universe. Controlling a tiny patch of the Internet to engage geographically relevant customers is crucial for local businesses.
The rule of Internet traffic goes as follows: the closer you are to the front of the line on search engine pages, the more online traffic your website will get. This culminates in a natural equation, more online traffic means more customers. Getting to the front of the line comes from utilizing the best SEO strategy. Which pretty much makes local SEO a socially acceptable form of cutting in line.
Here’s how the cycle works. First, more online traffic brings in more customers. Then, more customers leads more people to know about your business. That knowledge of your business is called brand awareness. More brand awareness means more customers. This means that instinctively, it is a two-way street. Brand awareness brings in more customers, and more customers builds more brand awareness.
The cycle is simple enough, but it is important to remember that positive interactions oil the wheel, and keep it moving smoothly. Word of mouth is key for brand awareness, and local businesses in general, but you want to make sure the conversation about your business is positive.
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