If you run a business that serves customers in specific geographic areas, you’ve come to the right place. In this practical local SEO guide, we’ll walk you through the entire process of optimizing your site & dive deep into how local search works – by developing and executing a local search strategy that grows your business.
So, whether you run a business that can benefit from local SEO or are helping local business website owners – you’ll find everything you need in this guide.
We’re often asked – “what makes Rank Math that much better than the competition?” – and the truth is, that’s a loaded question. Of course, we’re biased because anyone asking us is asking the team that’s dedicated to building the greatest technical & on-site SEO experience for hundreds of thousands of WordPress users.
So, we decided to put together a single post that we can reference whenever we’re asked – without further ado, let’s dive right into what objectively sets the Rank Math WordPress SEO plugin apart from the competition & the features you’ll love when switching over.
When Elegant Themes first launched Divi – they really set the stage as one of (if not the) very first visual page builder that lets you edit your content as you see it.
And it’s really no surprise that website owners across the world still love using it to build sites.
Divi is great at what it was built for, building beautiful websites visually.
Google Analytics is an incredibly powerful analytics tracking tool at the heart of being able to evaluate marketing data and making decisions based on what’s working to improve SEO performance over time.
However, the introduction of the GDPR in May of 2018 imposed a number of restrictions on the extent to which data can be collected and processed without consent – significantly affecting Google Analytics tracking data.
The chances are that you’ve come across content that uses Schema Markup in the form of rich snippets recently – possibly even as recent as your last Google search.
Above is an example of what a Rich Snippet could look like in SERPs.