Usually, when you need a locksmith, you need a locksmith right now. You’re locked out of your house, you’ve lost your keys, or you’ve locked your keys in the car. You need a locksmith now.
When was the last time you used a phone book?
Gone are the days when you might look for help in the Yellow Pages. When was the last time you used a phone book anyway? Today, you’ll whip out your laptop or your iPhone to find a locksmith. You might search on Angie’s List or Yelp! or even the Better Business Bureau, but, more than likely, you’ll search Google.
Help is on the way.
You’ll probably click on the top result or at least one of the top five results. If a company is any deeper than that, you probably won’t bother. You’ll click on the phone number and your smart phone will dial the number for you. Help is on the way.
Search Engine Optimization is what it’s all about these days.
If your small business isn’t a top result in Google, you’re missing a lot of business – maybe most of your business. To get to the top isn’t easy, but I’ve learned many tips, tricks and best practices over the years to know how it’s done and how to get results. Through a careful build of your website focusing on inbound links, relevant keywords, proper semantics and, above all, relevant content, your site can top Google search results – and get your business results!
Tampa’s top mobile locksmith.
I recently built a brand new website for Budget Mobile Locksmith, a small business in the Tampa Bay area focusing on quick responses to calls and web contacts. Take a look for yourself and see how important it is to build a site the right way, the first time. Budget Mobile Locksmith.