What’s the value of a Google review to you?
It may not seem like much, but a simple review on the world’s top search engine site can be the difference on if you’re at the top of a search engine page or the bottom when internet goers are searching for companies in your vertical.
Continuously gaining new reviews is a proven way to not only increase your visibility, but also your ROI. We’ve jotted down five reasons why Google reviews should be a priority for you and your business.
1. Helps your search engine optimization and visibility
Google tracks the activity of ratings and boosts the businesses who have a large quantity of high ratings, as well as ones who have a high number of ratings because it recognizes those businesses that try to engage with their customers. A good review rating can push your business to the Google Local Pack, which lists the first three businesses near the top...
One can make an argument that search engine optimization is a company’s most important asset. A business can have a flashy website with the most enticing visuals and products that are top of the line, but it’s all null and void if no one can find their services through a quick Google search.
In fact, 95% of web traffic goes to sites on the first page of a Google search engine results page (commonly known as SERP). Information like this is why being one of the first results on a search is so key for businesses.
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75% of people don’t scroll past the first page of search results. Search engine leads have a whopping 14.6% close rate, and 70% to 80% of people skip straight to organic results, ignoring paid ads completely.
Needless to say, you probably already know all of that. You already know how important landing within the first ten results of a Google search is for your business. You know how that can help your business generate passive traffic, leads, and conversions. That’s why you’ve spent the last year trying to either climb your way through the rankings or maintain your current position. However, 2018 is going to be filled with some things you might not know about search engine rules. In particular, the following concepts are leading the pack in 2018: video is going to rule content creation, voice search will start to find its footing, and mobile results will take priority.