LocalSearch Strategy


Increase website traffic, leads, inquiries, pop-ins, and ultimately sales

Utilizing the same principles and strategies that have been successful for TDM on a national scale, TDM Local Search is helping small businesses increase website traffic by improving natural search rankings. We show our clients success by enhancing website visits, calls, leads, inquiries, pop-ins, and ultimately sales.

No longer are local businesses being found by traditional marketing methods such as phone books, magazines, tv, and radio. Increasingly, customers are relying on the internet to find what they’re looking for prior to making a buying decision – whether just for dinner or a new car. TDM Local can get our clients in front of those buyers.

Optimizing your site is still important but as Google continues to change the landscape for Local Search, ask yourself the following:

  1. Is your Google My Business Listing optimized to its fullest potential?
  2. Do you know what major citations to go after and what citations matter in your niche?
  3. How important is Facebook and Social Signals overall for Local Search?
  4. Are you using schema markup properly?
  5. What is important TODAY in regards to on-site optimization?
  6. What is the best way to get reviews and not annoy everyone?
  7. Why is NAP so important today?
  8. Is content still important?
  9. Is your website on a search friendly platform?

Due to overall poor information that most local businesses receive, we have specialized local search representatives available to talk with you about the proper procedures to follow to get your site visible online.

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TDM Local Search had been tasked with increasing EGH’s online presence. “Our firm simply did not have the web presence that we needed as we worked to establish a new domain name and a new website. After only a few months of utilizing TDM’s services, we were ranked on Google for keywords that are important to our practice and our internet traffic and inquiries increased. TDM has already put us in contact with new, quality clients, and it is an important part of our marketing plan moving forward…

James Hash, attorney at Everett Gaskins Hancock LLP (EGH)

The Move to Mobile
The term “mobile first’ is a good indicator as what role mobile is going to play in search results

80% of internet users own a smartphone
1.4 billion smartphones were sold in 2015
More than 3 billion people worldwide use the internet and 80% of them access it from a smartphone
The mobile industry generates $3.1 trillion in annual revenue – a whopping 4.2% of the global GDP
By 2018 8 out of 10 email users will likely access their email from a smartphone
The advertising landscape is changing right before your eyes thanks to mobile. Mobile ads are primed to represent 72 percent of US ad spending within the next three years
Around 88% of customers who search for local businesses online will actually visit or call these businesses within a day