Our second talk from Pet Connections Expo: We break down some of the key online metrics to track for your pet store, and we’ll briefly dig into ways that you can improve metrics and get better results when marketing your pet store.
Most of the time Google will update it’s algorithms without warning, news, or notifications of any sort. However, the most recent core updates have come with an announcement from Google on what’s changed. We’re here to take all of that data and drill it down into something manageable when it comes to marketing for pet stores.
For pet store owners that want to improve their local search results and SEO rankings, Google Business is a critical piece of your pet store marketing plan that helps your store get noticed and get more sales!
If you want your pet store to rise up the rankings in Google, get more organic traffic online, and ultimately result in more foot traffic through the door and more sales at the store, this is worth your time!
The team here at Pet Engine Marketing have made massive increases to organic (unpaid) traffic through search engines like Google and Bing with one of our clients, Wags to Wiskers Pet Supplies, in Ann Arbor, MI (a saturated market when it comes to pet stores, both independent and big box). So if you wanted proof of our work and our results, here it is!
Since we are primarily a pet store marketing agency for brick-and-mortar retailers, we’re going to dig into some tips that are primarily meant for that type of business. Nonetheless, what we give out here can be appropriated and adapted to other pet businesses, whether it’s for exotic birds, livestock and feed, or fish and aquariums, this will help.
Search engine optimization is more important than ever nowadays and it’s critical for (almost) every pet store to understand the true meaning of SEO as well as the potential it creates for every pet business. Of course, we’ll back it up with data!
Today’s Freesource post will focus on what AnswerThePublic does, and why it’s a huge benefit to you as a pet store owner and your pet store’s marketing strategy when it comes to content creation, understanding your audience, and SEO.