Here at Chatmeter, we’ve helped to create millions of local business listings which is why we’ve put together a checklist to help any brand looking to claim and optimize their GMB listing. Whether you have one business location or hundreds, it’s important to know how GMB listings are created.
How accessible is your financial institution to your customers? In the past two years, Google has seen a 900% increase in “near me tonight/today” searches. This rise in “near me” searches shows just how important it is for financial institutions to have accurate and high ranking business listings.
There are quite a few different mapping applications available for users from Google Maps, to Apple Maps, and Waze. Unfortunately, as a business, you don’t have a choice over which mapping application your customers use. That means you need to keep your listings updated on every mapping application in order to keep your brand optimized for local search.
The voice search revolution has arrived. 75% of smart speaker users and 69% of mobile or embedded voice assistant users conduct voice searches daily or weekly, according to a 2018 Accenture study. It’s estimated that by 2020, 50% of all searches will be conducted via voice. Is your business prepared for this change in search trends?
2018 was a big year for us here at Chatmeter. We won some awards we’re really proud of, our team nearly doubled in size, we launched a few new product features, and as you can see we even gave our website a makeover. Here’s a look back at some of the great things Chatmeter was able to accomplish in 2018.
Chatmeter analyzes millions of reviews and comments by customers each year. We’ve seen our fair share of reviews including some really funny reviews. In fact, these reviews are so funny, they deserve their time in the spotlight. Here are the funniest reviews of 2018.
Chatmeter was recently recognized as one of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” by Entrepreneur magazine’s Entrepreneur360™ List, a premier study delivering the most comprehensive analysis of private companies in America.
Everything you need to know about the latest updates to the Instagram Graph API. Learn how to adapt, and take advantage of the new features.
When it comes to keeping online listings up-to-date most local SEO experts refer to the acronym NAP which stands for Name, Address, and Phone Number. However, it’s becoming more and more apparent that a complete and accurate listing needs more than just NAP presence. We’d like to introduce you to the acronym NAPWCHD.
As we roll into the last month of the year, we have some new insight into Google’s local ranking factors. In a yearly survey by Darren Shaw of Whitespark, he rounded up the 8 most important local ranking factors and broke it down by importance. The results of this survey create a benchmark for how the industry recommends brands optimize for local search. Here’s a look at how the Local Ranking Factors have changed and how it affects your local SEO strategy for 2019.