Does your organization show up on the first page of results in search engines like Google? Have you implemented SEO techniques from companies like SERPninja to rank your organization higher on the SERPs?
Most of the people don’t know about this process. even don’t know how it’s possible. as I see many people think by showing this option in the search result because the organization is big.
I say here this a misunderstanding thinking. you need to do this manually.
also, this type of organization owner does it for every search engine that’s why they are showing on it on the search result.
For example, look at the image below. Grammenphone largest telecommunication company in Bangladesh.
In this article, I will do an experiment.
Go to Google and type in the most commonly used of your organization’s name I will write here
grameenphone this a telecommunication company.
Do you show up first in the resulting list of sites?
What if you type in a short phrase describing the type of work you’d like to be known for?
Do you show up on the top page of those search results, too?
Here is a step-by-step guide to getting your site listed in Google Location Results:
Step 1: Check Google Local (
local.google.com) to see if your business is already listed.
Search for your company name or type of business, followed by space and your city or ZIP code.
Step 2: If your listing business isn’t there yet then simply go to
Sign into your Google account, you can enter that e-mail address and password.
If you don’t have an account yet, choose to Create a New Google Account and sign up for free.
Step 3: Submit your free business listing by following the online instructions.
After fill-up the first-page option.
Also, you can add more option like specifying your hours of operation, payment options you accept, and descriptive text.
Click Add Another Category and choose up to five categories for your business — these help people find your business when searching, so be sure to choose well.
Step 4: Finally Select a verification method, either by
Phone (immediate), or
Postal mail (within two weeks)