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How Small Businesses Can Use Geo-Conquesting To Undercut Competitors

By Alex Andrade-Walz on December 19, 2017 at 11:35 AM

It’s a dog-eat-dog world. When it comes to growing market share, more often than not, that means stealing it from another competitor. One business's gain is another's loss.

In local SEO and advertising, everything is relevant. It’s not enough simply to rank on Google and Yelp; you want to outrank than your competitors. It’s not enough to bid on your keywords; you want to outbid your competitors to get a top position and the lion’s share of the clicks.

Of course, outranking or outbidding an established competitor is easier said than done, particularly if you find yourself playing the cash-strapped underdog. Without the brand recognition to compete on mindshare, the budget to compete on marketing spend, or the SEO partnerships and content machines to compete for organic search traffic, small businesses often crumble under the pressure of competing with established leaders in a battle of Goliath proportions.

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