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What does the SEO term Snack pack mean?

By July 17th, 2020No Comments

Google logoHave you come across the SEO term ‘Snack pack’? It means, in ‘Google language’, the 3 local listings that appear within a Google search (they materialise underneath the paid for adverts).

You will see 3 local suppliers and services listed.

Try searching for: carpet cleaners  …or:  plumber …and you will see how it looks.

You will also see a map showing where the 3 businesses are located.

If you sell locally, or are thinking of doing so, Google local search is something that you should learn more about. As always, questions and feedback are welcomed.

If you would like your products / services to appear on page 1 of Google, click here.

Nigel Temple

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