You can improve your SEO (search engine optimization) by taking advantage of the many available free listings online. From your Google My Business to Bing Places, there are a number of ways to bump up your online business visibility.
"Having a basic company profile on Houzz is a great idea for increased exposure. It's also a helpful resource for people looking for ideas and professionals to build, remodel, or redecorate their homes. ... With that being said, Houzz Pro+ advertising most likely isn't worth the cost to your home services company." - WebFX
At this time, Houzz has a free profile we recommend looking into. However the cost of a paid membership is probably not worth the dough.
A free profile without strings is rare but if you can find one from a reputable networking business - grab it.
"Houzz attracts over 25 million visitors to their website, so they have plenty of contractors listed on their websites. ... They also have content that provides design ideas and inspiration. Although they do offer free profiles, they are a lead generation website nonetheless" - BayCities Construction
Free profiles on reputable websites helps boost your SEO by bringing you up in search results.
But remember, the more dense your competition, the harder you will fight for ranking.
It's a delicate balance that needs a coach with steel will and the nerves to fold when necessary. Like this guy... that is pizazz right there. He knows when to call it.
Now hold on... I've suggested signing up with free profiles but are you signing up for everything? Hold your horses, STOP!
Not only could you be joining sites with poor security but spammy low quality websites will actually hurt your SEO. Ouch. Much like choosing your teammates and crew, pick the quality and ignore the rest.
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