Our June episode of You Can Be Found Anywhere comes from Pittsburgh, where we visited in May to see Andrew McCutchen return to PNC park as a SF Giant. As a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, I have a special place in my heart for the Burgh. I have some clients located in Pittsburgh and try to visit at least once per year, if not more often. With the beautiful PNC park as our location, I touch on local search and the importance of being found to people close to home, no matter where that home may be. Whether it is Pittsburgh, New Jersey, or Puerto Rico, we can help your local business get found by people searching nearby. With the recent advances and changes in Google My Business, your interaction with GMB is more important than ever. We are happy to help you maintain and strengthen you GMB presence through managed posts, Q&A, and reviews, as well as strengthen your website that is attached to your GMB to get better local and natural rankings and more business.
We have been doing search and small business local search since before the IPhone was invented. To do it that long, you have to be doing it right. We do it right because I invest heavily in staying up to date with the latest and greatest news and advancements in the world of SEO and PPC. In fact, just this week I will be in Seattle, attending the SMX Advanced conference, which I have been investing in and attending for nearly as long as I have been in business. It is best to stay ahead of the latest trends to make sure my clients stay a step ahead of the competition, who is often just using cookie cutter approaches that don’t work most of the time.
Pittsburgh Local Search in Latest You Can Be Found Anywhere
Please take a look at my latest You Can Be Found Anywhere video post below, and feel free to give a cheer for Cutch, as he returned that night. The city of Pittsburgh definitely misses him, not only on the field, but in the community. To me, Pittsburgh is the ultimate big city that feels like a small town, because of how everyone leans on each other like a small community, like the tiny town I grew up in. The sports teams share the same colors and everyone in the city bleeds black and gold. If you want help getting ranked from someone who knows what they are doing and has experienced what Pittsburgh is all about, please give us a call.