The rotating image gallery at Mitrefinch time and attendance software features gorgeous, attention-grabbing photos (looking directly at you) that certainly grab attention — but the client-focused, no-nonsense headlines are equally effective.
Callout #3 in screen snapshot above:
The Joint Chiropractic stands out from all the clutter on the search engine results page (SERP) by focusing on their $29 initial visit offer. And this Unique Selling Point (USP) is consistently ‘claimed’ whether you go to the national franchisor site or click through to the local listing page.
Also worth mentioning on the Google SERP page above are:
Callout #1: The importance of claiming and monitoring your Yelp listing. Yelp consistently ranks highly for many local searches.
Callout #2: Another way to stand out from the crowd on Google SERP page: Mention in your page title that the information on your site is current (since so much on the web is outdated).
Brilliant SEO tactic! IKEA has a site where they’ve renamed products to match commonly searched, ‘longtail’ search phrases. So, does it work to generate traffic? I did a search for ‘what to do if my daughter throws her clothes on the floor’ and the matching IKEA product shows up near the top of page 1 of the Google search results page!