Local Search Engine Optimization is an ever-changing and expanding field where digital marketers pivot small business websites to reach target audiences to increase sales and revenue on the internet.

Local SEO provides an effective method for small businesses to build their customer base more at a faster rate than more conventional or traditional marketing strategies. While a billboard or the Yellow Pages used to be an efficient and cost-effective way to generate leads and reach potential customers, the search engine, Google, that we all know and use provides quicker access to an even greater population in 2022.

What You Need To Know About SEO in 2022

Since SEO is constantly changing, and the expectations that search engine users and Google as a company become more demanding, your website and online presence needs to be able to adapt. At Nickel SEO, we’ve been working for nearly a decade to understand and reverse-engineer the Google Algorithms to develop the best SEO practices for local businesses.

We’re going to provide regular updates along with the latest and most important news in both a video to the right (below on mobile) and text format via our SEO blog below.

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At Nickel SEO, we are proud to showcase the transformative results we have achieved for our clients. Today, we share an inspiring case study of an HVAC company located in Dallas Fort Worth. Within just one month, we helped this business increase their sales by 500%, from $60,000 to $300,000, and reduce their monthly marketing…

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The Types of Clients We Work With at Nickel SEO

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