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Yes and no. Google shows local searches from Chennai for the keyword "Part time jobs" because it believes if you search for this keyword, you're looking for a job near you. This behaviour is solely in the hands of Google. But you can optimize your website in such a way that your website will show up in these results: Add the name of the city to the title ...


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Ideally, you markup the visible content that you already have. ("Ideally" because it’s also possible to add hidden Schema.org data which could be added to any/each page, but search engines typically prefer visible content.) For HTML5, this means that you’d have to use Microdata and/or RDFa (see my answer about their differences).


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Citations of name, address, and phone number are very important for ranking in Google Maps searches. Google measures how "important" a local business is by counting the number of times its name, phone number, and address appear on the web. If you don't have a physical storefront where you want to have customers show up, you don't need to worry about ...


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NAP falls in the category of "trust signals". There are some characteristics that legitimate web-only businesses have that illegitimate web-only businesses do not. Legitimate web-only businesses tend to have fully fleshed-out "About Us" sections of their websites, which may include NAP. Legitimate web-only businesses have employees, and commonly link ...



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