SEO Statistics & Counters

46%

of Google Searches

46% of all Google searches are looking for local information. (Source: GoGulf)

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97%

of People Learn More

97% of people learn more about a local company online than anywhere else. (Source: SEO Tribunal)

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61%

Of Mobile Searchers

61% of mobile searchers are more likely to contact a local business if they have a mobile-friendly site. (Source: HubSpot Marketing Statistics)

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78%

of Location-Based Mobile Searches

78% of location-based mobile searches result in an offline purchase. (Source: SEO Tribunal)

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78%

of Location-Based Mobile Searches

78% of location-based mobile searches result in an offline purchase. (Source: SEO Tribunal)

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92%

of Searchers

92% of searchers will pick businesses on the first page of local search results. (Source: SEO Expert)

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72%

of Local Searches

72% of consumers that did a local search visited a store within five miles. (Source: HubSpot Marketing Statistics)

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88%

of Searches For Local Businesses

88% of searches for local businesses on a mobile device either call or visit the business within 24 hours. (Source: Nectafy)

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18%

of Local Smartphone Searches

18% of local smartphone searches led to a purchase within a day, whereas only 7% of non-local searches led to a sale. (Source: Think with Google)

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72%

of Computer or Tablet Users

72% of computer or tablet users and 67% of smartphone users want ads that are customized to their city or zip code. (Source: Think with Google)

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70%

of Search Result Information

Search result information will send 70% of consumers to a physical store. (Source: Joel House Search Media)

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80%

of Consumers Use Search Engines

4 in 5 consumers use search engines to find local information. (Source: Think with Google)

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Stats That Prove the Importance of Local SEO

When your customers are looking for a product or service similar to what your local business sells, they’re going online to find it. It all starts with a conversation, let's put your business where your customers can find it.
Local Search Ranking Factors Survey

Local Search Ranking Factors Survey

Knowing local search ranking factors helps get more customers to your store.

The biggest shifts in the past years is happening in Google My Business signals, but we’re also seeing an increase in the importance of reviews and continued decreases in the importance of citations.

In 2019 the six ranking signals were:
  1. Google My Business.
  2. Inbound links.
  3. Reviews.
  4. On-page SEO.
  5. Citations.
  6. Behavioral.

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