I recently took over a new account and the business has a lot of reviews in Google. I've always been able to respond to reviews through GMB dashboard. For some reason it doesnt show up at all for this account and I have owner level access. Anyone else ever have this problem?
I have an interesting issue I could use some advice on. I have a client with 17 locations. On all of their GMB pages the subdomain is listed as the landing page. They are structured like this. memphis.sitename.com.
The also have location based subdirectory pages on their main site...
I just wanted to get everyone's opinion on what they think the best tool is to use for managing multiple GMB location pages? I have 17 for a client and I'm trying to figure out what to set them up with.
I was just wondering if anyone have a definitive way to see if you have a local penalty? I had a listing drop to the second page of maps from the top 4th spot last week for a competitive keyword. Nothing was changed on the my GMB page and there aren't any NAP or duplicate issues.
I was ranking in the #1 spot locally for a very competitive attorney keyword. I also had a practitioner listing ranked in the top for the same term. My client opened a new office in a near by city so I started adding citations for it. A few weeks later I started to see a drop in my local...
I'm writing this more as a precautionary tale and as an opportunity to vent my frustrations. Several months ago I took on a client that was experiencing some hard times with their local and organic SEO.
They had what most would consider a freaking local search nightmare. Pretty much zero NAP...
Anyone else have the same issue where you are ranking really high in the serps organically but you have no local rankings? What do you do once you have fixed all of your NAP issues and added more citations than your competitors but you still aren't showing up in the 7 pack?