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Which types of content work best for local SEO?

Which types of content work best for local SEO? Search Engine Journal has a list of a few great options, one of which is landing pages! It's often a good idea to create a landing page on your website for each of your locations, or a state/regional page when applicable. FAQ pages are also great for local SEO and can sometimes  even get you a featured snippet of Google! Have you ever tried creating "locals only" specials for your business? Search Engine Journal says, "By offering a location-specific discount, you’re appealing to your local audience. You’re making them feel special." Finally, local event content on your website is a fantastic way to try and improve your local SEO. 

9 Types of Content That Will Help Your Local SEO

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Why does local search matter in SEO? It helps you connect to potential customers or clients in your direct area. This is especially helpful for those that have a storefront or provide a service in person. In that case, your target audience is truly those in your immediate area! So how do you work on your local SEO? Genius Ecommerce says, "There are three key factors: how close you are to the location of the searcher, how relevant you are to the search query and what other customers are saying about your products or services." Some strategies are to include your location throughout your website and post on Google My Business. 

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