Local SEO Services

9 out of 10 people turn to Google when searching for a product or service near them. So local SEO is not just a "nice to have" - it's essential that you're found for searches in the suburbs your business serves. Find out how your business stacks up in your area now with a free proposal.

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Local Search Matters

Does your local business provide a service? Chances are you service a specific area, right? How are people in that area finding services these days? You might be surprised to learn that roughly 88% of them will start with a Google search, especially on their mobile devices.

So ranking well in Google is no longer a “nice to have”. It’s where your customers are and is a “must”. So ask yourself, is your business showing for the local searches that matter? What’s your Google map visibility like? How strong are your reviews? Is your local SEO dialled in or have you fallen behind the competition? Find out the answers to all this and more now with a free proposal.

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Fully Managed Local SEO

We are a full service local SEO agency. This means all aspects of a high performing local SEO campaign are handled by our team, from content to links to Google My Business and local citations, so you can focus on your business.

If you want to rank your business for the suburbs that matter to you, or have your business show in the top spots in the Google Maps pack, we can help. Get in touch now for a free proposal.

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See how our local SEO services have had a dramatic impact on these Australian business

We’ve seen an increase in revenue since we started with Local Digital.

Sam Korkees
National Sales Manager, EVSE

We’ve seen our online revenue quadruple and it has resulted in greater business performance.

Avi Pollak
Operations Manager, Pearson's Florist

We’re getting in 20 quotes per day which is almost more than I can handle to answer.

Callan Pascoe
Owner, Clearlight Designs

Our online store has achieved record results and seen triple digit growth over the past three years.

Adam Shalala
Ecommerce Manager, IN SPORT

We’re generating more leads & getting more work.

Billy Ganley
Director, PointBrik

We’ve achieved financial goals we thought were never going to be possible.

Chris Watts
General Manager, Flavours Catering

We increased leads something like 500% and that was with the same level of spend.

Chris Costin
Marketing Manager, ActronAir

Seeing the increase in traffic & sales really has given me a buzz. I didn’t think it was possible in such a short time frame

Wayne Francis
Managing Director, Recompute

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Why Choose Local Digital To Help With Local SEO

Local SEO services are a dime a dozen these days. So how can you be confident you're dealing with a service that gets results?

A Real Service

Many local SEO "agencies" are really just a person in their home office with a laptop and no systems or processes. If you want the results that only a real team of experts working together provides, Local Digital is your answer.

Local Expertise

We've run hundreds of local SEO campaigns across Australia over the past 5 years. We have well defined processes for optimising your site, Google My Business and Local Citations and case studies to prove results.

Holistic SEO Strategy

Yes, local SEO is vitally important for local businesses. But so too is link building, onsite optimisation, content creation. If you're looking to grow your bottom line, we can provide the full range of SEO services to get there.

Any questions? Read our FAQ

  • What is the difference between SEO and local SEO?

    SEO is the process of increasing unpaid and organic traffic to your website. Local SEO has the same intent, though there is a geographic aspect. It is an especially useful tool to help your business promote your products and services to potential customers in your area.

    The difference becomes apparent in the way people search for things online because traditional SEO wants to find the most relevant content, while local SEO wants to find businesses or locations. The geographical area of your company may sway SEO, but it is not always connected to physical stores.

    Here are some examples of local SEO at work: “Sydney pizza” and “car dealer in Parramatta” searches suggest that the user has local intent. There is a much stronger inclination of purchase, too, which dramatically alters the types of pages that Google or Bing will display on their search-engine results.

  • How does local SEO work?

    Local SEO is a way to increase organic or unpaid traffic to a website when consumer queries have an intent for local geographic information. Examples of these queries might include “best burger in Balmain” or “veterinarian near me.” Both searches suggest the user wants to find useful information to guide their dining or pet-care needs.

    Optimising your website means writing content that includes a geographic connection to a specific location. That can be as simple as putting your building address online. Once this information is available to Google, the company will use it to see whether or not your business fits an existing geo-signal.

    Google will also look for other relevant information to facilitate information to users. That typically includes NAP – name, address, and phone. Listing these details on your website makes it easier for Google to locate you and share your business.

    However, it’s not just on your site this needs to be found. Google will look for local citations – listings on business directories and other such places.

    Finally, the quality of your reviews on the Google My Business platform play a role. The more reviews and the higher your rating the great the effect it has on your local SEO performance.

  • How can I improve my local SEO?

    Local SEO refers to optimising a website for consumer queries with geographic intent. The goal of local SEO is to associate the physical location and contact information of your company. An example of a query you would want to target might include “dentists in Brisbane” or “ice cream shops nearby.”

    There are a couple of simple steps you can take to improve your local SEO. That includes adding NAP or your name, address, and phone number to your website. You also can correct any erroneous business information and create a Google My Business profile.

    Companies have a dozen other ways to improve their correlation with local services and products. Some of these include more intricate processes, such as creating a responsive mobile interface and earning high-quality backlinks. When it comes to conquering these things, you might want to reach out to a trusted local SEO agency, like Local Digital – just click the Free Proposal button now.

  • What are local SEO citations?

    A local citation is any reference to name, place, or phone number (NAP) of your business. These mentions can occur on your company’s website, directories, or social-media platforms. Google and other search engines use them to locate and tie the products and services of your business to a geo-signal.

    While the elements of NAP are the most common forms of local SEO citations, they are not the only ones. Other sources for information can include videos, images, business categories, driving directions, email addresses, fax numbers, and social-media platforms. Search engines will even consider what types of payment your company accepts.

    Local SEO citations draw on a wide range of sources, from Google My Business to government databases to guilds. Make sure that the available information for your business is accurate at every one of these sources. Misinformation can undercut your SEO and, in turn, your Google visibility.

  • What is NAP for SEO?

    NAP is an acronym that refers to the name, address, and phone number of your business. These are essential pieces of information when it comes to finding your company on a local search. Incorrect or confusing information can lead to poor user experiences and can stifle your website’s Google visibility.

    Creating NAP information for your company website is easy. The three pieces of information should be on a highly visible part of your website that Google and consumers can read. If you have a Google My Business listing, make sure the information there is correct, too.

    Once you post the NAP to your website, you need to also create listings on local directories, and follow up to find any preexisting potentially incorrect listings. Give your company a Google search and verify that everything is factual on all of the sites that list it. You might want to create a compilation of listing sites so you can do routine checks for accuracy. Remember, NAP is vital to the point where researchers have found a 16-percent change in website performance based on the consistency of NAP information.

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