Would It Be Easier To Rank A Regular-Looking Local Business Site With NAP In Google Without Targeting A Particular Niche?

By April

 

In the 241st episode of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one participant asked if it will be easier to rank a regular-looking local business site with NAP in Google without targeting a particular niche.

The exact question was:

Hi Guys, . . . thanks again for your Hump Day help, as usual it is GREATLY appreciated (smile) . . . .If I don't want to try to rank in the GMB 3-Pack but instead rank a site on the first page organically and rent out the home page to a local business, is it easier to rank a site that looks like a regular local business to Google and includes an NAP, or a site that has tons of content targeted to both the particular business niche and the geo location, but is not branded with an NAP nor configured like an actual business site?

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Will A Local Lead Gen Google Site With Syndication Networks, Drive Stacks & MGYB Links Rank Faster Than A Stand Alone Domain?

By April

In episode 238 of Semantic Mastery's weekly Hump Day Hangouts, one viewer asked if a local lead gen Google site with syndication networks, drive stacks and MGYB links will rank faster than a stand-alone domain.

The exact question was:

Hi Guys, . . . . . . your generosity on Hump Days is greatly appreciated as usual . . . You guys are the best (smile) . . . . . . . . . Should I conclude from comments on previous Hump Days that using a “”Google Site”” for a local Lead Gen site, and hammering it with RSY Drive Stacks, Syndication Networks, and Link Building all from the MGYB store, is more likely to get you a page one ranking faster and easier than using a regular new stand-alone domain for the site, or am I wrong?

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