Stay on top of Google Algorithm changes and make sure that your dispensary SEO strategy is helping you rank well so you can drive organic traffic to your site.
SEO is crucial for driving traffic to your website, but when dealing with multiple locations, you need to create strategies for boosting each one. A cookie-cutter approach won’t work—it’s time to dive in to what will help each of your locations rank well on Google and easily get found by interested shoppers.
If you want to show up when potential customers are searching for a dispensary, then you need to implement a robust SEO strategy that includes cannabis link building.
88% of searches for local businesses on a smartphone either call or visit the business within 24 hours. If you don’t show up in those searches, you’re losing sales!
When you don’t measure your progress, you’re less likely to hit your goals. Knowing where your dispensary stands when it comes to SEO can help you get more people to your website and your menu.
WordPress users produce about 70 million new posts and 77 million new comments each month. That’s a lot of content. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that those posts are being read.
Setting up a profile on sites like Leafly and Weedmaps can put your dispensary in front of more customers. But where else should you list your shop for maximum visibility?
Website optimization not only makes your page more user friendly, when done right, it also helps it rank higher on Google. With better ranking websites scoring more clicks (and sales), it vital that your site is fully optimized to get the maximum results.
Google search remains the most popular way to find nearby dispensaries. These “dispensary near me” searches almost always lead to store visits.
82% of customers check reviews for local businesses [BrightLocal]. If your dispensary doesn’t stack up—if people are saying negative things about you or if they just aren’t leaving reviews at all—they’ll head straight to the competition.