Dallas SEO Geek Helps Local Dallas Businesses Get Into The VIP Line For Local Search

Dallas SEO Geek, an SEO company based in Dallas, TX, is pleased to announce that it can help local businesses enter the VIP row of Google Maps rankings. Google’s VIP line for local businesses is also known as Google Maps “3 Pack”. Basically, the ranking of a local business’s Google My Business page in Google Maps results can have a significant impact on a business’s revenue. Meanwhile, in an earlier press release available at https://www.pressadvantage.com/i_story/48434-dallas-seo-geek-david-hood-is-offering-a-free-seo-analysis-to- prospects, they announced their offer of a free SEO analysis to potential customers.

When someone searches using a keyword for a particular business in a particular local area, such as Dallas, paid ads appear at the top of Google search results. These results are clearly marked as advertisements and people tend to ignore them. Below the ads is the VIP line or the Google Maps 3 pack. These are the first non-paying results and the first things the searcher would likely look at. This can lead to more visitors to the website who later can become customers.

The Google 3-pack is where Google shows the top three results for local search results. It uses the user’s location to ensure that the search is relevant to the location where the searcher submitted the query. One cannot specifically optimize for the Google 3 pack because the businesses listed there depend on the location of the searcher. However, there are ways to help a local business get included in the VIP line. And Dallas SEO Geek’s David Hood has the knowledge and experience to do just that.

Meanwhile, Dallas SEO Geek’s David Hood has posted another blog post where he answers the question of when SEO is going to die. This post can be viewed at https://patch.com/texas/dallas-ftworth/classifieds/announcements/277128/dallas-seo-geek-when-will-seo-die, and it’s an important question because some people believe that SEO will become useless at some point. David Hood points out that SEO isn’t expected to die anytime soon. Indeed, as long as there are people who use search engines like Google to search for things on the Internet, SEO will always be necessary.

While a business may not be 100% successful in their SEO efforts with the use of a particular SEO agency, it’s usually worth the risk if the target market is valuable enough. SEO will continue to be valuable and it should even intensify as more and more people turn to the internet when they need something.

Dallas SEO Geek offers custom SEO strategies to ensure they are right for a particular business. These services can be categorized into on-page, off-page, and YouTube video SEO marketing services.

On-page SEO is about website design, which is not just about making the site visually appealing. It is also essential to ensure that the site will rank well in Google and other search engines. On-page SEO relates to several factors, such as content, titles, format, keywords, tags, images, links, site structure, videos, etc.

Off-page SEO relates to how the website is referenced online, i.e. the links pointing to the site. These links should be high quality, which means they come from relevant, well-ranked and authoritative websites. It is also important to ensure a natural distribution of the anchor text to avoid being penalized by Google. For example, if the anchor text is the same for all links on the site, this is apparently unnatural and will be penalized.

Dallas SEO Geek is owned by David Hood, who is an SEO consultant and has been providing full-time SEO services since 2012. He has worked on the SEO needs of thousands of websites over the years, personally overseeing every SEO project .

To learn more about the SEO services offered by Dallas SEO Geek, users can visit their website at https://www.dallasseogeek.com/, or contact them by phone or email. They are reachable 24 hours a day, Monday to Sunday.


For more information about Dallas SEO Geek, contact the company here:

Dallas SEO Geek
David Hood
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15441 Knoll Trail Drive, #220, Dallas, TX, 75248

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