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- Massage in Motion
March 8, 2006, 3:31 am
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Re: My business is no longer listed in Google local search
1. Have you changed any information about locality 'on site' recently?
2. Have you changed your 'print' advertising methods recently?
For good local results, you need good local stuff on the page, and to be
sure, you need to be working with a print 'partner' - if there is one.
I don't know how G-local works in Canada, you'll need to investigate; but
if, say, they have a link with the local yellow pages, then you need to be
The site needs to focus on the local link. You seem to have three, which
could be confusing G (I don't know how G-L works, but I suspect three
localities is a tad emotionally draining!).
Why not have three pages, one for each area.
They can make clear what the areas served are (a bonus for readers, as well
as SEs), and have enough 'local' information for them to pick up. Be sure to
use full local addresses and telephone codes, as well as (or instead of)
Do mention Canada; have a ca suffix may not be enough.
BTW, you'll never get a good listing if you link to bad neighborhoods. Drop
the link exchange, NOW - and check all your links for Quality and Relevance.
One bad link cancels out 50 good ones. Or maybe 100.
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