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Local SEO, Email Reports & Success Story #4

Local SEO, Email Reports & Success Story #4

If you are running a bricks-and-mortar business and not yet utilizing Local SEO, you are losing visitors to your competitors. In this month’s Learning Center guide, we show you how to implement Local SEO best practices to increase organic traffic.

In this month’s success story, we talk with Quentin James about transitioning from traditional graphic design to website design and how ease-of-use makes Statcounter the right fit for his clients.

And how to get the complete story of your website in your inbox with our highly configurable email reports.


Learning Center

Increase your search engine visibility and organic traffic with these Local SEO strategies.

Local SEO

See how these Local SEO strategies can make your bricks & mortar business infinitely more visible on search engine results pages.

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Success Stories

How Quentin James built a successful design business from a humble college project.

Quentin James

Quentin James Design is a web and graphic design agency based in Preston, Lancashire in North West England. We spoke with founder and owner Quentin James about transitioning from traditional graphic design to website design and how ease-of-use makes Statcounter the right fit for his clients.

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Using Statcounter

Get the complete story in your inbox with our highly configurable email reports.

Email Reports

Create email reports that deliver basic summary stats so you can quickly see how your site is doing or configure detailed reports that include all of the key metrics you are tracking for your projects. Our mobile-friendly email reports can be generated daily, weekly, or monthly and can be shared with your clients and stakeholders.

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Further Reading

Facebook and Instagram Going Dark Should Be a Wake Up Call for EntrepreneursYour website and email list are assets you own and control and as such are impervious to the volatility of social networks. Kimanzi Constable outlines the dangers of building the foundation of your business on someone else’s platform.

Photography In A Post-Instagram World
Another article advocating for the return to the website. And it’s not just photographers who are feeling the pain with Instagram’s ever decreasing organic reach and engagement.

Eight Shortcuts to Find Long Tail Keywords
Long tail keywords are less competitive and bring more targeted traffic to your website. This guide from Search Engine Watch shows you shortcuts for finding long tail keywords and how to implement them.

 


15 Comments

  1. Yes, local SEO is an incredible method to get potential clients. Particularly for a business that focusses on territorial clients.

  2. Local SEO is definitely the place to be in 2019, thanks for sharing this. And yes email still working good, although I think sms campaigns might take off soon.

  3. Local SEO is a great way to get potential customers. Especially for a business that focusses on regional customers. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Thanks for the tips in the article. I’d even say that some of the local SEO strategies are applicable for international projects and for some of the websites without any specified local targeting.

  5. Jonathan Mortan, the blog you have shared here is crisp and precise. It has all the information that readers may be looking for about how Quentinn James built a successful design business. This is also going to inspire new start-ups to follow suit. Keep sharing more such success stories to benefit aspirants.

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