More than likely, your photography business is a local operation, right?
You’re not looking for clients from other countries or even those who live too far away to drive to your studio.
Instead, you want to attract people who live in your city, town, or local community.
One way to direct those people to your website is through Google and the other search engines, and to do whatever you can to make sure your pages show up in the search results whenever someone searches for a photographer in your area.
While many of the tips, strategies, and best practices for general SEO still apply, there’s also an additional layer of SEO you can do to improve the likelihood of appearing in the local search results…
What Is “Local SEO”?
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