Geographic targeting options from the major PPC engines combined with a good geocentric keyword strategy will yield the highest-quality visitors to a website. Our Local SEO program is designed to make your website stand out in local searches on Google/Bing.

We know your business and all your buzz words. EO will optimize your website, feed custom content to your website, list your business in all of the most important directories on the web so that search directories (such as Google) can rank your website higher during local searches.

50% of all mobile searches are conducted in hopes of finding local results. – Search Engine Watch

59% of consumers use Google every month to find a reputable, local business. – Search Engine Watch

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SEO Packages Include:

•  Initial call for keywords
•  Market Research
•  Local directory submission
•  3 posts per week on Google+
•  2 hrs/month on Google Circle Outreach
•  3 Micro blogs (custom content)



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The End Is Nigh for Google+

October 25th, 2018|Comments Off on The End Is Nigh for Google+

Seven years after its debut, Google is pulling the plug on its very own social networking platform. The tech giant announced on October 8th that it would be shutting down Google+ for consumers. The “wind-down” […]

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Evolved Office Implements New SEO & PPC Reporting Software

October 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Evolved Office Implements New SEO & PPC Reporting Software

New reporting software enhances Evolved Office’s client relationships and helps them understand each marketing strategy being used in their Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay-Per-Click (PPC), and social media digital marketing campaigns.

Evolved Office (EO), the #1 […]

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Goodbye Google AdWords, Hello Google Ads!

October 15th, 2018|Comments Off on Goodbye Google AdWords, Hello Google Ads!

Google has rebranded its paid search ads platform. Their flagship advertising product, which went by AdWords since its debut in 2000, is now known as Google Ads. Why the change? What started as a platform […]