Search Engine Optimization
Scranton’s Pegasus Ventures blog posts focusing on search engine optimization for the small business owner
Even the most basic web design principles can have large scale effects on your success in the marketplace. Pegasus Ventures includes search engine optimization as part of developing websites for small businesses using established industry recognized best practices.
Search Engine Optimization comes with many myths and misunderstandings. Pegasus Ventures hopes to dispel the myths adding fact to fiction through educating owners with easy to understand blog posts.
Fixing it; Google changes a business phone number, hours and other information
Reasonable expectations for Google when it comes to slimy reviews? Forget it
How to flag malevolent Google reviews for removal, a video tutorial making it easy from Pegasus Ventures
Hooray! Google is NOW responding to flagged reviews
Let Google know about service changes and Google tells everyone; Google My Business recommends important information about a business including, for restaurants, information like dine-in, pick-up and no-contact delivery.
Tying together web-based services gives small business owners the most bang for the frugal buck
Google My Business-getting results through consistency
Always looking for time saving tools, Pegasus Ventures not only schedules Facebook months ahead but creates files with posts ready to go.
In responding to bad actors we need to know the audience and it’s not the person who gave the miserable review. Aim answers to the hundreds or thousands of people seeing the review and response over the coming years.
Pennsylvania website developer Pegasus Ventures encourages adding the reviews link to client websites to help grow the number of reviews. Google users often see the overall review score before seeing a website and growing reviews helps provide a more balanced view of the company.
One aspect of great search engine optimization; Use the data Google My Business collects and shares with owners about a company.
The data belongs on websites to grow traffic from Google users.
Scranton based website designer Pegasus Ventures discusses removing DoorDash, GrubHub, Slicelife and other third party delivery services from a restaurant’s Google My Business account