How Is Your Organization Reflected Across The Web?

Local SEO

When was the last time you searched for your organization on Google? It’s probably been a while, right?

Consider that there are plenty of potential new members looking for your organization – and you need to make it as easy as possible for them to find you!

Be Consistent

One important search ranking factor involves making sure your organization is listed correctly across the web. This is determined by more than just what’s on your website!

For starters, make sure your NAP is on your site – or name, address, and phone number. 

Next, check to see that the rest of the web has this information correct.

We recommend running a check on Moz Local – a service that checks across Google, Facebook, Bing, and other locations to see what’s listed.

Depending on what it shows, you can utilize their service for less than $100/yr to clean up many of the listings that are, frankly, a pain to manage.

In addition, be smart and verify your Google My Business listing, Bing Places listing, and Facebook page listing, too. This applies even if you do not have an actual office – a P.O. Box is fine.

Altogether, you’ll boost your site’s reputation in the search engine world and be eligible to appear more than once on the first page of search results.

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Kris Baker

Executive Vice President at Demosphere
Kris Baker is the President of Demosphere and has been serving the Youth Sports Community since 2006.