Why Is N.A.P. or Name, Address, Phone Number Important?
If you have spent anytime researching how to rank locally in the search engines for your business then you have come across the acronym NAP.
NAP stands for Name, Address, Phone Number – which probably still doesn’t explain what it means.
Simply put NAP means that you have the same business name, address and phone number on all sites on the internet.Read More
The Best Way To Get Google Reviews Is Not Buying Them
We all know her songs, whether you mostly hate (or secretly love) to listen to them, there is no denying that dating someone notorious for turning break-ups into hit songs is probably a bad idea. If you have a teenaged daughter, you probably know more about Taylor Swift than you care to admit, but for the rest of us, suffice it to say that the popular singer has a bit of a reputation* for brief relationships that culminate in her standing alone in the spotlight and singing about it.Read More
Do Reviews Help SEO?
This week we have a common question that we get from many of our customers. Learning why and how reviews can help your SEO is one of the reasons why we talk about reviews so much here at 33 Mile Radius.
Learn more in our short video:
Reviews are a cheap and effective way to help boost your SEO rankings. If you do not have a strategy in place already then you need to start asking for reviews from each and everyone of your customers.Read More
Start Responding to Online Reviews The Right Way
Studies show that the majority of people make purchasing choices based on the reviews they find online. Even if someone goes into a brick and mortar store to buy something, they are likely to look up information on the Internet before making a purchase. Learning how to respond to online reviews is a simple and inexpensive way to get get more leads online.
It’s almost inevitable that prospective customers will find bad reviews about your products,Read More
How to Make Angie’s List Suck Less And How to Setup Your Angie’s List Page The Right Way
Whether you’re an old hand at this contracting business, or just starting out, the chances are pretty good that you’ve at least heard of Angie’s List. But do you know how to setup your Angie’s List page to get real jobs?
For those of you who have been living out in the woods,Read More
What Should be the Primary Goal of a Contractor Website?
We are trying something new here.
Each week we are going to come to you with a new question that gets answered by one of our experts on the 33 Mile Radius team.
The questions are going to be on a variety of topics around contractor marketing so please send in your hardest hitting questions.
The catch is that each answer to question must be answered within 1 or 2 minutes and try to include actionable advice or thoughts.Read More
How to setup your homeadvisor page to make it work
The last few years have brought a strong rise in the number of websites offering to connect your business with people who are using the internet to shop around for services.
Places like Angie’s List, Yelp, and even Facebook have been catering to this growing need for years. When you’re talking about the home service industry, however, don’t miss the opportunity to include HomeAdvisor in your dialogue.Read More
Get More Reviews On These 6 Sites & Stand Out From Your Competition
As a home contractor, you probably already know how important it is to get more reviews from your happy customers. Even more important is to have reviews on multiple websites so that clients can see reviews where they are searching.
I know…it’s easy to say, but not so easy to do.
If you want to get more reviews with respectable review sites like Google,Read More
Improve Online Reviews And Start Getting Results!
Whether you are looking for a good restaurant in an unfamiliar area, a real estate agent, or someone to help with a restoration job, the chances are good that you’re going to use an online review service to explore your options. These days, when people are looking for trustworthy advice about services they need, they turn to online ratings. Therefore, it goes without saying that no matter what area of business you’re in,Read More
Your star rating will not show on GMB unless you have 5 reviews
Google has changed the way that they show reviews in the search results. The recent update changes how reviews are shown to searchers. In the past, the star rating of a business was shown to searchers no matter if the company had 1 or 100 reviews in the search view. However now, unless you have more than 5 reviews your stars will not display.Read More