Google Places Changes - How Does This Affect The Website Leasing 'Model'?
When I registered the keyword rich domains the old Google 7 box was still the norm. I built the sites and then my focus was required elsewhere. I'm now going back to these sites and will start to do some backlinking etc
With the recent Places changes I'm not 100% sure what the best approach is to getting them ranked before approaching businesses.
Can I create a 'temporary' Places listing and then amend the details once I know which business will lease/buy the site from me, or do I need to do the SEO on the site and backlink it and then do the Places stuff after the site has been sold/leased?
If I can't do the Places listing prior to selling/leasing the sites is it still possible to get a top 3 ranking purely from backlinking? Or is it really neessary now to have both a website and a Google Places listing?
I haven't done any SEO focused on local search terms before or created any Google Places listings so if anybody could maybe provide an overview on what is the current 'best' approach to local SEO/Google Places when building websites for local search terms (with a view to leasing them or selling them), I'd really appreciate it.
Many thanks in advance
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