As users become increasingly hyper-local with their queries, local businesses need to assure their websites are optimized for local. In 2015 Google mentioned “near me” searches as doubled in volume. What does this mean for your practice as local business? It’s time to ensure you can capitalize on this opportunity your potential patient is giving you… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Search Engine Optimization
Imagine if patients couldn’t find your practice via your street address. Now imagine your phone number no longer worked. Finally, imagine that your business name had never been heard of, by current or prospective patients. What a complete nightmare it would be if your patients told you what they need, you know that you can… Read more »
Yesterday we looked at a few common SEO myths. Today, we continue our series by busting a few more common myths, including some that could actually hurt your SEO if implemented. Remember, should you have any questions about search engine optimization, content, or online marketing, the MDPM team is ready and willing to help. Give… Read more »
The world of SEO is ever changing. When Google updates an algorithm, or announces a change, many people become confused as to what constitutes proper search engine optimization. As a result, there are quite a few myths floating around out there, tripping up well-meaning business owners. Let’s look at a few of these common myths.
Imagine your website… Now imagine your worst fear about your website… No more traffic. No more users. No more conversion. What do you do? Why did this happen? How do you fix it?
Check out the updated help page entitled: Improve your local rankings on Google. Google went ahead and added more information on local ranking factors to the page, leveling it up. Prior to this update, there were about 5 paragraphs on the topic, but now there’s nearly double that, including more specific details. How does this… Read more »
If you own a business or a practice, you need to have an active website. After all, a site is crucial for maintaining a professional appearance as well as a presence on SERPs (search engine results pages), when someone Googles services in your area. However, you may have recently noticed a little warning from Google if… Read more »