Learn WHY Citations Are Important and HOW To Take Your Data Back #eBook

Local Citation Audit & Clean UpCitations. Citations. Citations. Is this one of those words you keep hearing and are pretty sure you know what it means, but aren’t 100%. I can help you solve the mystery right now.

A citation is any mention of your business on the Internet. Sometimes this can include your business, name, address, phone number and a link to your website.

Why Citations Are Important For Your Business

  • Helps search engines to find your website
  • Serves your business information to potential customers when they search on mobile and desktop
  • Gives your business an edge over your competition online in search rankings

At this point if you are still thinking citations aren’t important, think again. Not only are citations important, but they can also make a huge difference in whether your business succeeds or fails.

Still puzzled about citations? Get the specifics in my eBook The Complete How-To Guide for Local Citation Audit & Clean Up. Featured exclusively for DOWNLOAD on Rocks Digital.

This quick read eBook will answer your questions about Citations including:

  • What is a Citation?
  • Why is it important to have clean data?
  • How your data gets messy?

Plus, you’ll learn how to clean up your citations step-by-step and how to optimize new business citations and listings across the web.

You don’t have to understand the world of SEO, search engines and optimization to read and understand this go-to guide for any business owner.

Have you had experience with cleaning up citations for your business? What tips or trials can you share?

Join us in our mission to help you take your data back! You can run a complimentary report and find out if you have citation inconsistency issues quite quickly.

Bernadette Coleman

Bernadette Coleman is a SEO, Local Search, Engaging Content Enthusiast & CEO of Advice Interactive Group, an Inc500 Digital Agency.

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