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February 2021

If you did a Google search for a business in the past two years, you might have noticed something different in the results. Instead of the usual organic results topped with a handful of pay-per-click (PPC) ads, search results pages are now featuring local service ads (LSAs) at the top. Google Local Services is the search engine giant’s latest pay-per-lead advertising platform. It first appeared in 2019, but the platform continues to expand in geographical and professional areas across the country. Here’s where local service ads fit in in a search engine results page (SERP): Local service ads Pay-per-click (PPC) ads Google My Business/Google Maps

Last May, Google announced an initiative to improve user experience online. It’s a Google algorithm update called Page Experience, and it’s set to roll out in May 2021. Three months remain before everyone’s favorite internet behemoth delivers the update. Our advice is to use these three months to prepare for the Page Experience update. It’ll affect your rankings in Google, and depending on how well your site is optimized, the change could be incredibly good or terribly bad for your business. Keep reading to learn more about what’s included in the update and how you can be prepared. Page Experience = Core Web Vitals + Existing Metrics Before