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Getting customers to search and click on us

Discussion in 'Local SEO' started by KnowDiggity, Jun 2, 2017.

  1. KnowDiggity

    KnowDiggity Newbie

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    Hey guys, I run a tour company and as part of our package we provide a photography service and upload all the photos online so the customers can get them for free.

    I was thinking of changing the flyers that we hand out at the end about how to find the pictures.
    Normally they just have the website on them but I was thinking of something like...

    "We put all of todays photos online so you can download them for free. To find them, just google <Search Term> to find our website"

    I was thinking of having 4 or 8 search terms randomly mixed in the pile of flyers to spread the clicks about several terms.

    This is obviously based on the whole organic CTR effecting ranking thing which last I believe is still highly debated.

    As well as starting that whole debate again, I was hoping people might have input on other things to consider with this approach. For example, would the sudden increase in monthly searches for these terms and subsequent clicks to my site raise any alarms?

    I would love to hear what you guys think of this approach
     
  2. Billy_Batts

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    I think it would come across as highly unprofessional if a company tells you to google them instead of a direct link.
     
  3. KnowDiggity

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    I agree with you completely, but our customer satisfaction level is so incredibly high that I'm not too concerned about this one bit.