What is Google’s local 3-pack? Simply put, local 3-pack is what Google’s search engine algorithm displays as the top 3 results for searches performed by local users when looking for places, brands, companies, establishments, businesses, and stores among other related stuff near them. And as these are mainly for local searches, Google provides storefront addresses
Maybe more than we realize. We can use a little investigation to see an example happening right now. Google search the city keyword “Portland” 50% of the organic spots are dominated by protest stories. There’s a video carousel devoted to Portland protests. And not to mention, the news stories that tower at the very top
Featured snippets are a prominent feature in Google’s search results, so it only makes sense to optimize your content accordingly.
While there isn’t anything to fix after Google’s latest update, they have offered some helpful suggestions to make the most of this core algorithm change.
If you’re looking for a new way to enhance your local business listing on Google Maps, you may want to look into Google Local Guides.
Asking for Yelp reviews and requesting ratings on Google isn’t always easy but they can do wonders for your business. The review process can often feel like you’re begging customers to prove your credibility online but once you have the right process in place, this tactic can really start working in your favor. Reviews provide
Google, Bing, Yahoo—all of the major search engines today act as portals to the internet, able to call up any piece of information in the world at a moment’s notice. The amount that companies spend on reseller SEO and link building is a testament to just how much power search engines wield. Surprisingly, not many