Remember the episode of Seinfeld in which Jerry helps the Pakistani restaurateur Babu get more people in his restaurant? Babu stands in the door of his empty restaurant all day, trying to get people to come in. The problem is, nobody knows about his restaurant, so nobody is coming in. Does this problem sound familiar to you? If you have a brick and mortar store in a specific area, you’ve probably had similar worries, thinking things like:
Babu didn’t have it, but you can get our local SEO checklist right now to make sure you are getting noticed online, getting people in your store, and most importantly – making money.
What’s in this checklist?
We have divided our local SEO checklist into 2 parts. The first is a checklist of everything you will need when setting up your Google My Business account. The second part is a list of other specific local SEO best practices to check off the list. These will help you to make sure every little thing is ready, such as:
How should you use this checklist?
Using this checklist when you first open your store is a great idea, but the odds are that you already have a store, and you want to create a local SEO strategy to increase sales. The best way to use this checklist is to follow these steps:
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