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We currently have a very well-established business. Rank number 1 on google search and number 1 in number of reviews in our area. We are looking to expand into surrounding areas. What is the best way to do this? I have no previous SEO experience.
 

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There are a few different things you can work on and their effectiveness will depend on how competitive these surrounding areas are.

You can create pages on your website that target these specific areas. We call these city pages.

You can run Google ads and target those areas.

You can potentially have your Google business profile rank in those areas but again it depends on the level of competition.
 

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There are a few different things you can work on and their effectiveness will depend on how competitive these surrounding areas are.

You can create pages on your website that target these specific areas. We call these city pages.

You can run Google ads and target those areas.

You can potentially have your Google business profile rank in those areas but again it depends on the level of competition.
If you have time and resources, i then recommend working on creating content on the city pages mentioned above. This also adds to improving SEO, because in the content you can add keywords that are not spamming the website and in turn it may attract more visitors to the page to read - which would indicate the search engine that your website has value.
 

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